CN110639113A - System and method for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality - Google Patents

System and method for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality Download PDF

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CN110639113A
CN110639113A CN201910908701.8A CN201910908701A CN110639113A CN 110639113 A CN110639113 A CN 110639113A CN 201910908701 A CN201910908701 A CN 201910908701A CN 110639113 A CN110639113 A CN 110639113A
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Abstract

The invention discloses a system for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality, which comprises: the detection module is used for detecting the vital sign parameters of the patient in real time and sending the vital sign parameters to the main control module; the sleep detection module is used for detecting the sleep state of the patient and sending the sleep state to the main control module; the main control module is used for dividing different alarm periods according to the vital sign parameters and the sleep state of the patient and then driving the alarm module to alarm; wherein the alarm period includes, but is not limited to, a normal sleep period, an early warning period, a half-wake period, a full-wake period, a treatment period; and the alarm module is used for awakening the patient in alarm modes with different intensities according to different alarm periods, so that the influence on the sleep quality of the patient is reduced. The invention also discloses a method for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality. The invention can not only ensure the necessary alarm to the patient in abnormal condition, but also reduce the influence of the alarm to the sleep quality of the patient.

Description

System and method for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of medical equipment, in particular to a system and a method for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality, and is particularly suitable for wearable medical equipment.
Background
With the continuous development of medical science, a lot of medical equipment that can supply patient wearing formula to use has been produced, and it can detect patient's human body parameter, carries out certain medical treatment when necessary. Such as a Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator (WCD), is a wearable external automatic defibrillator that self-administers shock therapy without bystander intervention, and a conscious patient can delay or terminate therapy by pressing a response button.
However, the WCD device is worn on the patient, which always leads to more or less false alarm of the WCD due to the wearing habit of the patient, the diversity of the patient's condition and the accuracy of VT/VF algorithm, and especially the false alarm has direct influence on the sleep quality of the patient in the sleep state of the patient.
Current WCD devices typically handle false alarms by actively canceling the alarm response by the patient. Whenever the WCD device detects the occurrence of VT/VF, it begins sounding an audible alarm and enters the defibrillation state. From the detection of the problem to the alarm, the middle has no buffer stage, and the alarm is directly and roughly sounded. No matter what state the patient is, the alarm sound is given, and the alarm is abnormally abrupt. If the patient is in the sleep state, the patient is awakened suddenly, so that the influence on the sleep of the patient is great.
Therefore, the present inventors have earnestly demanded to conceive a new technology to improve the problems thereof.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to provide a system and a method for reducing influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality.
In order to solve the technical problems, the technical scheme of the invention is as follows:
a system for reducing the impact of wearable medical device alarms on sleep quality, comprising:
the detection module is used for detecting the vital sign parameters of the patient in real time and sending the vital sign parameters to the main control module;
the sleep detection module is used for detecting the sleep state of the patient and sending the sleep state to the main control module;
the main control module is used for dividing different alarm periods according to the vital sign parameters and the sleep state of the patient and then driving the alarm module to alarm; wherein the alarm period includes, but is not limited to, a normal sleep period, an early warning period, a half-wake period, a full-wake period, a treatment period;
and the alarm module is used for awakening the patient in alarm modes with different intensities according to different alarm periods, so that the influence on the sleep quality of the patient is reduced.
Preferably, the alarm module comprises:
the display unit is used for giving an alarm in a light-emitting mode;
the vibration unit is used for alarming in a vibration mode;
and the voice unit is used for alarming in a voice mode.
Preferably, the system further comprises a wake-up others module for waking up the accompanying person of the patient in the full wake-up period.
Preferably, the treatment device further comprises a treatment module for treating the patient under the control of the main control module.
Preferably, the system further comprises an alarm cancellation module for detecting whether the patient cancels the alarm operation, if so, the alarm cancellation module sends the alarm operation to the main control module, and the alarm module is closed through the main control module.
A method for reducing the influence of wearable medical device alarm on sleep quality comprises the following steps:
step 100: detecting the sleep state of the patient, judging whether the patient enters the sleep state, and if so, executing the step 110;
step 110: entering a normal sleep period, weakening the brightness of the display unit and ensuring a low-light sleep environment; detecting the vital sign parameters through a detection module, executing the step 120 when abnormal vital sign parameters are detected, and executing the step 100 otherwise;
step 120: entering an early warning period, and alarming through a display module; if the stay time in the early warning period is detected to exceed T1 seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 130 is executed; if the abnormal vital sign parameters are detected to disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the early warning period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed;
step 130, entering a semi-awakening period, and giving out a sound and/or a vibration sound with the intensity from weak to strong to give an alarm; if the stay time in the half-wake-up period is detected to exceed T2 seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 140 is executed; if the abnormal vital sign parameters are detected to disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the half wake-up period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed;
step 140, entering a full wake-up period, and giving out a sound with the strongest intensity and/or a vibration sound to give an alarm; if the abnormal vital sign parameters disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the full wake-up period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed.
Preferably, a step 150 of entering a treatment session for treating the patient is also included.
Preferably, the step 140 further comprises: in the full awakening period, the accompanying personnel of the patient is awakened through awakening the other-person module.
Preferably, the step 100 is performed by a sensor, and when the detection data meets a preset condition, the sleep state is considered to be entered.
Preferably, in step 100, a sleep period is preset, and if it is detected that the current time is within the sleep period, the sleep state is considered to be entered.
By adopting the technical scheme, the invention at least comprises the following beneficial effects:
according to the system and the method for reducing the influence of the wearable medical equipment alarm on the sleep quality, when the wearable medical equipment is in a sleep state, the brightness of the related light is reduced, and a better low-light sleep environment can be provided for a patient. Then, the alarm in the early warning period is only carried out in the aspect of light, and the influence on the sleeping patient is avoided, so that the influence of the alarm on the sleeping quality of the patient is reduced. If the alarm generated in the early warning period is caused by misjudgment, the probability of false alarm is reduced as long as the misjudgment is corrected in the early warning period, and the alarm in the pre-judgment period also has a prompt effect on a guardian. In the half-awakening period, the awakening intensity is slowly transited from bottom to high, so that the mode of awakening the patient is more natural, and the patient cannot be awakened at once. During the full wake-up period, the wake-up intensity is highest, ensuring successful wake-up of a sleeping patient.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a system for reducing sleep quality effects of wearable medical device alarms according to the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic view of an alarm cycle;
fig. 3 is a flowchart of a method for reducing sleep quality effects caused by wearable medical device alarms according to the present invention.
Detailed Description
The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.
Example 1
As shown in fig. 1, a system for reducing sleep quality impact of wearable medical device alarms, consistent with the present invention, comprises:
the detection module is used for detecting the vital sign parameters of the patient in real time and sending the vital sign parameters to the main control module;
the sleep detection module is used for detecting the sleep state of the patient and sending the sleep state to the main control module;
the main control module is used for dividing different alarm periods according to the vital sign parameters and the sleep state of the patient and then driving the alarm module to alarm; wherein the alarm period includes, but is not limited to, a normal sleep period, an early warning period, a half-wake period, a full-wake period, a treatment period;
and the alarm module is used for awakening the patient in alarm modes with different intensities according to different alarm periods, so that the influence on the sleep quality of the patient is reduced.
Preferably, the alarm module comprises:
the display unit is used for giving an alarm in a light-emitting mode;
the vibration unit is used for alarming in a vibration mode;
and the voice unit is used for alarming in a voice mode.
Preferably, the system further comprises a wake-up module for waking up the accompanying person of the patient in the full wake-up period.
Preferably, the treatment device further comprises a treatment module for treating the patient under the control of the main control module.
Preferably, the system further comprises an alarm cancellation module for detecting whether the patient cancels the alarm operation, if so, the alarm cancellation module sends the alarm operation to the main control module, and the alarm module is closed through the main control module.
Preferably, the alarm cancellation module is a key detection module, a shake recognition module or a voice recognition module.
Preferably, the system further comprises a power module for supplying power to the whole system.
Preferably, the wearable medical device is a Wearable Cardioverter Defibrillator (WCD).
The present embodiment will be specifically described below by taking a WCD as an example. Wherein the master control module is responsible for controlling the overall operation of the WCD. The power supply module is responsible for supplying power. The detection module (preferably, the VT/VF detection module in this embodiment) is responsible for detecting the occurrence of VT/VF. The sleep monitoring module is responsible for detecting whether the patient enters a sleep stage. The vibration unit is responsible for sending vibration to wake up the patient. The voice unit is responsible for sounding and waking up the patient. The display unit is responsible for emitting light to wake up the patient and comprises a display screen, an LED lamp and the like. The therapy module (which in this embodiment is preferably a defibrillation module) is responsible for discharging the patient for defibrillation. The alarm cancellation module (the embodiment is preferably a key module or a shake recognition module or a voice recognition module) is responsible for detecting whether the patient cancels the alarm.
Preferably, as shown in fig. 2, the alarm cycle is divided into a normal sleep period, an early warning period, a half-wake period, a full-wake period, and a defibrillation period according to the time direction in the embodiment.
1. Normal sleep period there may be various schemes for detecting the onset of sleep, such as scheme 1: without any sensors, the sleep period set in the configuration (e.g., 10:00 PM-6:00AM) is used to determine if the WCD detects that the system time is within this sleep period and then assumes that the sleep period is entered. Scheme 2: using the average heart rate determination detected by the WCD, if the average heart rate is below a certain threshold (e.g., 60bpm), then the sleep period is deemed to have been entered. Scheme 3: the posture of the patient is detected using a direction sensor such as a gyroscope, and if the direction is lying down and is maintained for 2 minutes, it is considered that a sleep period is entered. Scheme 4: ambient light brightness is detected using a photosensor and if the sensor brightness value is below a certain threshold, a sleep stage is deemed to be entered. Scheme 5: judging by using the acceleration sensor, if the acceleration value of the sensor is 0 and is kept for 2 minutes, the sleep stage is considered to be entered. Scheme 6: comprehensive judgment of schemes 1-5.
After entering the normal sleep period, the WCD can reduce the light brightness to ensure that a low-light sleep environment is obtained. During normal sleep period, the WCD continuously uses the VT/VF detection module to detect VT/VT, and when the VT/VT is detected, the WCD automatically enters into early warning period.
2. And in the early warning period, only an optical signal is used for warning, so that the patient in sleep is not awakened, and meanwhile, the early warning period can play a role in prompting. And if the VT/VF detection module detects that the VT/VF disappears in the early warning period, the alarm is immediately quitted, and the normal sleep period is returned. If after a few seconds T1(5-10 seconds), VT/VF is still present, the half wake-up period is automatically entered.
3. Half wake-up period: the patient is wakened slowly by using vibration and sound signals with the intensity from weak to strong in the half wakening period. Ensuring a more natural wake-up mode. The intensity may be divided into three levels, low, medium and high, each of which may take several seconds (e.g., if a half-wake-up period uses a total of 10 seconds, the WCD vibrates and sounds with a low level of intensity for 4 seconds, then vibrates and sounds with a medium level of intensity for 3 seconds, and finally vibrates and sounds with a high level of intensity for 3 seconds). And continuously using a VT/VF detection module to detect VT/VT in the half wake-up period, and if the VT/VF is detected to disappear, immediately quitting the alarm and returning to the normal sleep period. If after a few seconds T2(10-20 seconds), the VT/VF is still present, then the full wake-up period is automatically entered.
4. A full wake-up period: the full awakening period uses the vibration and sound signals with the strongest intensity to fully awaken the patient. Ensuring successful awakening of a sleeping patient. And continuously using a VT/VF detection module to detect VT/VT in the full wake-up period, and if the VT/VF is detected to disappear, immediately quitting the alarm and returning to the normal sleep period. If after a few seconds T3(20-30 seconds), VT/VF is still present, the defibrillation session is automatically entered.
5. A defibrillation period: discharge therapy is started.
According to the system for reducing the influence of the wearable medical equipment alarm on the sleep quality, when the wearable medical equipment is in a sleep state, the brightness of the related light is reduced, and a better low-light sleep environment can be provided for a patient. Then, the alarm in the early warning period is only carried out in the aspect of light, and the influence on the sleeping patient is avoided, so that the influence of the alarm on the sleeping quality of the patient is reduced. If the alarm generated in the early warning period is caused by misjudgment, the probability of false alarm is reduced as long as the misjudgment is corrected in the early warning period, and the alarm in the pre-judgment period also has a prompt effect on a guardian. In the half-awakening period, the awakening intensity is slowly transited from bottom to high, so that the mode of awakening the patient is more natural, and the patient cannot be awakened at once. And in the full wake-up period, the wake-up intensity is the highest, so that the patient in a deep sleep and accompanying persons near the patient can be successfully awakened.
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A method for reducing the influence of wearable medical device alarm on sleep quality comprises the following steps:
step 100: detecting the sleep state of the patient, judging whether the patient enters the sleep state, and if so, executing the step 110;
step 110: entering a normal sleep period, weakening the brightness of the display unit and ensuring a low-light sleep environment; detecting the vital sign parameters through a detection module, executing the step 120 when abnormal vital sign parameters are detected, and executing the step 100 otherwise;
step 120: entering an early warning period, and alarming through a display module; if the stay time in the early warning period is detected to exceed T1 seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 130 is executed; if the abnormal vital sign parameters are detected to disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the early warning period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed; the alarm cancellation can adopt a key or shake identification method, and the specific method comprises the following steps: the method comprises the steps that a response key is arranged on a WCD host, a main control module continuously detects the pressing state of the response key, and if the situation that a user presses the response key for a period of time (for example, 3 seconds) is detected, the main control module closes an alarm module; the activity identification method comprises the steps that an acceleration sensor is arranged on a WCD host, a main control module continuously detects displacement and speed values output by the acceleration sensor to judge the shaking state of the WCD host, and if a user is detected to shake the WCD host for a period of time (for example, 3 seconds), the main control module closes an alarm module.
Step 130, entering a semi-awakening period, and giving out a sound and/or a vibration sound with the intensity from weak to strong to give an alarm; if the stay time in the half-wake-up period is detected to exceed T2 seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 140 is executed; if the abnormal vital sign parameters are detected to disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the half wake-up period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed;
step 140, entering a full wake-up period, and giving out a sound with the strongest intensity and/or a vibration sound to give an alarm; if the abnormal vital sign parameters disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the full wake-up period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed.
Preferably, a step 150 of entering a treatment session for treating the patient is also included.
Preferably, the step 100 is performed by a sensor, and when the detection data meets a preset condition, the sleep state is considered to be entered.
Preferably, in step 100, a sleep period is preset, and if it is detected that the current time is within the sleep period, the sleep state is considered to be entered.
Preferably, the step 140 wakes up the caregiver of the patient by waking up the other-person module during the full wake-up period. The specific method is that the WCD host is provided with a Bluetooth module, an attendant of a patient wears a vibratile Bluetooth bracelet, the Bluetooth module of the WCD host is in Bluetooth communication connection with the Bluetooth bracelet of the attendant, in the full awakening period, the WCD master control module sends a vibration instruction to the Bluetooth bracelet, and the Bluetooth bracelet gives out vibration to awaken the attendant.
The present embodiment is specifically described below by taking a WCD as an example, and as shown in fig. 3, the method mainly includes the following steps:
step 100, detecting a sleep state. The WCD detects cyclically whether the patient enters a sleep stage through the sleep detection module, and if so, executes step 110.
And step 110, entering a normal sleep period, and weakening the brightness of the screen backlight and the LED indicator light. If the current state is not the weak light state, the WCD weakens the screen backlight and the brightness of the LED indicator lamp through the display module, so that the WCD enters the weak light state. If the WCD detects VT/VF occurrence through the VT/VF detection module during the normal sleep period, step 120 is performed, otherwise step 100 is performed.
And step 120, entering an early warning period, and alarming by LED or screen backlight flashing. And when the early warning period is entered, the WCD carries out flicker warning on the LED or the screen backlight through the display module. If the stay time in the early warning period is detected to exceed T1(5-10 seconds) seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 130 is executed. If VT/VF disappearance is detected by the VT/VF detection module or the user is detected to wake up by the key module to cancel the alarm in the early warning period, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed.
And step 130, entering a semi-awakening period, and giving out a sound and vibration alarm with the intensity from weak to strong. And when the WCD enters a semi-awakening period, the WCD sends out an audible alarm with the intensity from weak to strong through the voice module, and simultaneously generates a vibration alarm with the intensity from weak to strong through the vibration module. If the half wake-up period detects that the stay time exceeds T2(10-20 seconds) seconds, the step is immediately ended and step 140 is executed. If the VT/VF disappearance is detected by the VT/VF detection module or the user is detected to wake up by the key module to cancel the alarm in the half wake-up period, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed.
Step 140, entering a full wake-up period, and giving out sound and vibration alarm with the strongest intensity. And when the system enters a full wake-up period, the WCD sends out sound alarm with the strongest intensity through the voice module, and simultaneously generates vibration alarm with the strongest intensity through the vibration module. If the stay time exceeds T3(20-30 seconds) in the full wake-up period, the step is immediately ended and step 150 is executed. If the VT/VF disappearance is detected by the VT/VF detection module or the user is detected to wake up by the key module to cancel the alarm in the full wake-up period, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed.
And 150, entering a defibrillation period and starting discharge therapy. Step 100 is then performed.
Of course, other wearable medical devices are still included in the protection scope of the present embodiment, and those skilled in the art can make necessary adjustments and changes according to the actual use situation, and those skilled in the art should know that the details of the present embodiment are not described herein.
According to the method for reducing the influence of the alarm of the wearable medical equipment on the sleep quality, when the wearable medical equipment is in the sleep state, the brightness of the related light is reduced, and a better low-light sleep environment can be provided for a patient. Then, the alarm in the early warning period is only carried out in the aspect of light, and the influence on the sleeping patient is avoided, so that the influence of the alarm on the sleeping quality of the patient is reduced. If the alarm generated in the early warning period is caused by misjudgment, the probability of false alarm is reduced as long as the misjudgment is corrected in the early warning period, and the alarm in the pre-judgment period also has a prompt effect on a guardian. In the half-awakening period, the awakening intensity is slowly transited from bottom to high, so that the mode of awakening the patient is more natural, and the patient cannot be awakened at once. During the full wake-up period, the wake-up intensity is highest, ensuring successful wake-up of a sleeping patient.
The previous description of the disclosed embodiments is provided to enable any person skilled in the art to make or use the present invention. Various modifications to these embodiments will be readily apparent to those skilled in the art, and the generic principles defined herein may be applied to other embodiments without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention. Thus, the present invention is not intended to be limited to the embodiments shown herein but is to be accorded the widest scope consistent with the principles and novel features disclosed herein.

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1. A system for reducing the impact of wearable medical device alarms on sleep quality, comprising:
the detection module is used for detecting the vital sign parameters of the patient in real time and sending the vital sign parameters to the main control module;
the sleep detection module is used for detecting the sleep state of the patient and sending the sleep state to the main control module;
the main control module is used for dividing different alarm periods according to the vital sign parameters and the sleep state of the patient and then driving the alarm module to alarm; wherein the alarm period includes, but is not limited to, a normal sleep period, an early warning period, a half-wake period, a full-wake period, a treatment period;
and the alarm module is used for awakening the patient in alarm modes with different intensities according to different alarm periods, so that the influence on the sleep quality of the patient is reduced.
2. The system of claim 1, wherein the alarm module comprises:
the display unit is used for giving an alarm in a light-emitting mode;
the vibration unit is used for alarming in a vibration mode;
and the voice unit is used for alarming in a voice mode.
3. The system for reducing the impact of wearable medical device alarms on sleep quality of claim 1 or 2, wherein: the treatment device also comprises a treatment module used for treating the patient under the control of the main control module.
4. The system for reducing the impact of wearable medical device alarms on sleep quality as recited in any of claims 1-3, wherein: the alarm cancellation module is used for detecting whether the patient cancels the alarm operation or not, if so, the alarm cancellation module is sent to the main control module, and the alarm module is closed through the main control module.
5. The system for reducing the impact of wearable medical device alarms on sleep quality as recited in any of claims 1-4, wherein: the system also comprises a module for waking up other people, which is used for waking up the accompanying personnel of the patient in the full wake-up period.
6. A method for reducing the influence of wearable medical equipment alarm on sleep quality is characterized by comprising the following steps:
step 100: detecting the sleep state of the patient, judging whether the patient enters the sleep state, and if so, executing the step 110;
step 110: entering a normal sleep period, weakening the brightness of the display unit and ensuring a low-light sleep environment; detecting the vital sign parameters through a detection module, executing the step 120 when abnormal vital sign parameters are detected, and executing the step 100 otherwise;
step 120: entering an early warning period, and alarming through a display module; if the stay time in the early warning period is detected to exceed T1 seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 130 is executed; if the abnormal vital sign parameters are detected to disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the early warning period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed;
step 130, entering a semi-awakening period, and giving out a sound and/or a vibration sound with the intensity from weak to strong to give an alarm; if the stay time in the half-wake-up period is detected to exceed T2 seconds, the step is immediately ended, and step 140 is executed; if the abnormal vital sign parameters are detected to disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the half wake-up period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed;
step 140, entering a full wake-up period, and giving out a sound with the strongest intensity and/or a vibration sound to give an alarm; if the abnormal vital sign parameters disappear or the user is detected to wake up to cancel the alarm in the full wake-up period through the detection module, the step is immediately ended, and the step 100 is executed.
7. The method of reducing the impact of wearable medical device alerts on sleep quality of claim 6, wherein: a step 150 of entering a treatment session for treating the patient is also included.
8. The method of reducing the impact of wearable medical device alerts on sleep quality of claim 6 or 7, wherein the step 140 further comprises: in the full awakening period, the accompanying personnel of the patient is awakened through awakening the other-person module.
9. The method of reducing the impact of wearable medical device alerts on sleep quality of any of claims 6-8, wherein: in step 100, a sensor detects the data, and when the detected data meets a preset condition, the sleep state is considered to be entered.
10. The method of reducing the impact of wearable medical device alerts on sleep quality of any of claims 6-8, wherein: in step 100, a sleep period is preset, and if it is detected that the current time is within the sleep period, the sleep state is considered to be entered.
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