JP4141201B2 - Medical support device - Google Patents

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JP4141201B2
JP4141201B2 JP2002238834A JP2002238834A JP4141201B2 JP 4141201 B2 JP4141201 B2 JP 4141201B2 JP 2002238834 A JP2002238834 A JP 2002238834A JP 2002238834 A JP2002238834 A JP 2002238834A JP 4141201 B2 JP4141201 B2 JP 4141201B2
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八千代 伊藤
淳 古川
晶子 居波
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a medical assistance device that is a computer device having an electronic medical record function. Specifically, the present invention relates to a medical assistance device having a function of displaying corrected (deleted / input) medical information.
[0002]
[Prior art]
Tampering is not allowed in the electronic medical record. For this reason, even after the medical information record having the type name and contents of the medical information is deleted, data indicating that the medical information record has been deleted (eg, deletion flag, deletion date and time) is added and stored.
For this reason, it is possible to know the contents of correction (deletion / input) by calling and displaying the record before deletion of the desired medical information.
[0003]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
Prescriptions such as medications and injections may be changed during the course of treatment depending on changes in the course of the patient's test results and chief complaints. If the prescription is changed by another doctor, it is important for the doctor who takes over the medical care to know the reason. For this reason, it is desirable that the reason for changing the prescription can be easily known from the record of the electronic medical record.
[0004]
When the prescription such as medication or injection is changed, as described above, the deletion is recorded in the record before the change, and a record having the prescription after the change is newly added and recorded. For this reason, it is possible to know the prescription before a change. It is also possible to know changed test results and chief complaints. However, in the conventional electronic medical record, it is not possible to display the pre-change prescription and the change in the test result or chief complaint that caused the change in association with each other. It is merely possible to display the contents of modification (deletion / input) of each item designated for display independently of each other.
[0005]
It is an object of the present invention to enable the electronic medical chart function to display the pre-change prescription, etc., the changes in the test results and the chief complaint that caused the change, and the like in association with each other. .
[0006]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
The present invention is configured as the following [A] to [C].
[A]
Medical information title in a chief complaint and findings or in association with recorded data is the content of the medical information to the type names such as injection or treatment, and, recording data associated with the same visit history ID same area It is a medical support device with a medical chart screen display function that displays the medical information of the patient to be displayed, clearly indicating the fact and the date and time of deletion for the record data that is placed inside and deleted. And
A medical information record in association with each other the input date and visit history ID to the recording data, even the deletion date in the medical information record of the one recording data when a certain recording data is deleted set Medical information storage means for holding in association;
A plurality of medical information records having different input dates and times even though the medical history IDs are the same are searched for each medical history ID from the medical information storage means, and the medical information records whose input date and time are the earliest are related to the medical history IDs. Update history display means for storing the input date and time so that the input date and time can be selected in a predetermined update history display area,
When an input date / time is selected from the update history display area by a user's operation input, a medical information record that holds the selected input date / time and a medical that holds the same deletion date / time as the selected input date / time Highlighting means for retrieving information records from the medical information storage means and highlighting the display based on them on the medical chart screen ;
A medical assistance device characterized by comprising:
[0007]
[B]
In the above [A],
Head position of the highlight display based on the medical information record by a user operation input holds the same deletion date medical information record and the selected input time holding the input date and time selected from the update history display area Starting position setting means for setting the first position in the chart screen ,
A medical assistance device characterized by comprising:
[0008]
[C]
In the above [A] or [B],
Instead of the highlighting means,
When an input date / time is selected from the update history display area by a user's operation input, a medical information record holding an input date / time after the selected input date / time is searched from the medical information storage means, Highlighting means for hiding the display based on the chart screen,
A medical assistance device characterized by comprising:
[0009]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram of a medical assistance device (= computer device having an electronic medical record function) according to the embodiment, FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram showing a linkage relationship between tables, and FIG. 3 is a timing of inputting medical information (input date and time) FIG. 4 to FIG. 8 are flowcharts showing the input history display procedure executed by the medical assistance device, FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of a progress table, and FIG. 10 is a prescription table. FIG. 11 to FIG. 13 are explanatory diagrams illustrating input history display screens.
[0010]
[1] Outline of the device:
As shown in FIG. 1, the medical care support apparatus includes a control device 10 having a CPU, a RAM, a ROM, a storage device 11 including a hard disk, a display device 16 including a liquid crystal monitor or a CRT, and a keyboard. And a computer device including an input device 17 configured by a mouse and the like, a printing device 18, and the like. Since the configuration of the computer apparatus having these is well known, a description thereof will be omitted in principle. Although FIG. 1 shows an example of a stand-alone configuration, the present medical assistance device may be configured using a server and a client on a LAN. In short, as long as the function of the present invention can be realized, it does not matter whether it is a single computer device or a plurality of computer devices linked together.
[0011]
The hard disk 11 stores application software for realizing an electronic medical chart function. Description of known portions of the electronic medical record function will be omitted, and description will be made focusing on functions related to display of the input history.
[0012]
[2] Table:
The hard disk 11 also stores a medical information database used for the electronic medical chart function. Descriptions of known portions of the medical information database will be omitted, and configuration examples such as a progress table and a prescription table used for displaying the input history will be described.
[0013]
The patient table is a table that associates a patient name, sex, date of birth, address, telephone number, and the like with a unique patient ID.
The insurance table is a table in which a patient ID, an insurance name, an insurance card number, an insurance classification, a burden rate, and the like are associated with a unique insurance ID. That is, it is a table in which information necessary for insurance claims of each patient is recorded.
The doctor table etc. is a table that associates a unique doctor ID, etc. with a doctor name, occupation classification (doctor / nurse, etc.), department, gender, date of birth, address, telephone number, and the like.
The medical examination history table is a table that associates a unique medical examination history ID with a medical examination date, patient ID, medical examination category (first visit / revisit / hospitalization), progress ID, prescription ID, medical examination department, doctor ID, etc. is there.
The medical history table is a table in which a patient ID, a disease name ID, a diagnosis date, and the like are associated with a unique medical history ID. That is, it is a table that records the medical history of each patient. The disease name ID is associated with the disease name and classification in the disease name master table.
[0014]
In the progress table, as shown in FIG. 9, the unique progress ID, patient ID, consultation history ID, corrected ID, display order, progress master, contents, input date / time, input person ID, deletion flag, deletion date / time , Deleter ID, etc. are associated with each other. Of course, the progress ID may be used instead of the progress master, and the progress ID may be associated with a name such as progress (main complaint / findings) in the progress master table.
[0015]
Further, in the prescription table, as shown in FIG. 10, a unique prescription ID, a patient ID, a medical history ID, a corrected ID, a display order, a prescription master, contents, an input date, an input person ID, a deletion flag, The deletion date and time, the deleter ID, and the like are associated with each other. Of course, the prescription ID may be used instead of the prescription master, and the prescription ID and the prescription name (injection (infusion) / injection (intravenous injection) / medication, etc.) may be associated in the prescription master table.
[0016]
Each of the above tables shows an example, and it is needless to say that a table configuration different from the above may be used as long as the configuration of the present invention can be achieved. The recording method and usage method of each table will be described in detail in the following procedure (medical information input procedure / input history display procedure).
[0017]
[3] Determination of input date and time (FIG. 3):
In the progress table (FIG. 9) and the prescription table (FIG. 10), an input date / time item and a deletion date / time item are provided. These input date / time and deletion date / time are data indicating the date / time when medical information (e.g., progress, prescription, etc.) is input / deleted, and are input / deleted at the same time in the input history display as described later. It is used when highlighting the collected data together.
This input date / time is determined and recorded as follows.
[0018]
As shown in FIG. 3, on the chart input screen, other medical information such as disease name, progress, prescription, etc. is input / deleted for each item. When the input or deletion of data is completed and the operator inputs that fact, a confirmation screen is displayed before recording the input / deletion results in the medical information database of the hard disk. If the operator notices an input shortage or error by looking at the confirmation screen, the chart input screen is displayed again.
[0019]
On the other hand, when the operator confirms that an input without excess or deficiency has been performed, the operator performs a confirmation input operation (eg, pressing an OK button). As a result, each data entered on the chart input screen is recorded as a new record in the medical information database (e.g., progress table, prescription table, etc.) on the hard disk, or the medical information database (e.g., progress table, prescription table, etc.) ) Existing record is set as a delete record (example: delete flag is set). Further, the date and time of the confirmation input operation is acquired from the system, for example, and recorded in the corresponding item as the input date and time (“delete date and time” in the case of deletion setting) in the progress table and prescription table. In addition, the ID of the current login user is recorded as the input user ID (“deleted user ID” in the case of deletion setting).
[0020]
[4] Input history display (FIGS. 4 to 8):
The procedure for displaying the input history display screen that displays the currently valid medical information together with the medical information that has been deleted at this time (however, the deleted medical information is clearly indicated as deleted) This will be described below. The flowcharts of FIGS. 4 to 8 show an example of a procedure for displaying the input history display screen.
[0021]
[4-1] Outline of input history display procedure:
When the display of the input history is instructed on the menu screen (not shown) etc., first, the input history display screen is started, and the basic information display area and the update history display area are displayed in the input history display screen. Is set (S01). At this time, the number of lines in the basic information display area is held in a line position / line number management table in the memory. The data in the row position / number of rows management table is used to scroll the top of the data group to the top position of the basic information display area when the highlighted data group does not fit in the basic information display area. Details will be described later.
[0022]
Next, the patient ID of the display target patient is acquired from the patient table (S03). When the electronic medical chart is already opened, the display target patient is a patient whose medical chart is opened. If no patient is specified, a message indicating that a patient should be specified is displayed.
In addition, the medical history ID of the display target day of the display target patient is acquired from the medical history table (S03). The display target date is usually the current date and the date from the current date to a predetermined period (e.g., two weeks) before, but may be designated by an operation input. When there are two or more visits on the display target day, the visit history ID of each time is acquired.
[0023]
Next, the data value of each item of each record having the patient ID and the consultation history ID acquired in step S03 is acquired from the progress table and prescription table (S05).
[0024]
In step S07, basic information (e.g. progress, prescription, etc.) is displayed in the basic information display area set in step S01. An example of the procedure is shown in FIG. The basic information display procedure will be described in detail later.
[0025]
In step S09, update history information (update input date / time, input person / approval date / time, approver / clinic department / clinician / insurance / use insurance) is displayed in the update history display area set in step S01 in a selectable manner. An example of the procedure is shown in FIG. The update history display procedure will be described in detail later.
[0026]
When any update history in the update history display area is selected by the operator (YES in S11), the record having the input date and time of the selected update history is searched from the progress table and the prescription table, The display data of the retrieved record (data being displayed in the basic information display area) is highlighted (S13). An example of the procedure for performing highlighting is shown in FIGS. The highlighting procedure will be described later in detail.
[0027]
When the selected update history is canceled by the operator (YES in S15), the highlighting is terminated (S17). Thereby, the display of the data returns to the normal display.
[0028]
[4-2] Basic information display:
The basic information is displayed in the form of an image of approximately No. 2 chart (progress etc. in the left column and prescription in the right column) according to the rules described in the following (a) to (e). That is,
[0029]
(A) In progress or the like, records having the same consultation history ID are displayed in the time area of the consultation history ID. For example, in FIG. 11, each record of the consultation date and time H14.0.09 / 10: 00: 00 is displayed in the area of the consultation time 10:00. Further, each record of the consultation date and time H14.0.09 / 16: 00 is displayed in the area of the consultation time 16:00.
[0030]
(B) In prescription or the like, the data value of the content item is displayed in association with the area under the display of the data value of the prescription master item. For example, in FIG. 11, in the area under the indication of injection (infusion) / injection (intravenous injection) / injection (intravenous injection), vitamin C injection to 1 dose / strong neomino to 1 dose / strong neomino to 1 dose, Each is displayed.
[0031]
(C) In the process, etc., the display order of each record within the same time area follows the data value of the display order item. For records having the same data value in the display order item, the data value (input date / time) of the input date / time item follows the data value. For example, within the area of the consultation time 10:00 in FIG. 11, according to the data value of the display order item in the progress table (FIG. 9), the chief complaint, body temperature, memo (test instruction), memo (blood test instruction), Are displayed in this order. The memo (test instruction) and the memo (blood test instruction) are displayed in the order of the data value (input date / time) of the input date / time item because the data values of the display order items are the same.
[0032]
(D) In prescription or the like, the display order of each record follows the data value of the display order item. In a record in which the data value of the display order item is the same, the data value of the input date / time item (input date / time) is displayed in the order. For example, in FIG. 11, according to the data value of the display order item of the prescription table (FIG. 10), injection (infusion), injection (intravenous injection) (strong neo-3 tube), injection (intravenous injection) (strong neo- 4 pipes ~) are displayed in this order. In addition, since the data value of the display order item is the same for injection (intravenous injection) (strong neo ~ 3 tubes ~) and injection (intravenous injection) (strong neo ~ 4 tubes ~), the data value of the input date / time item ( (Input date and time) are displayed in order.
[0033]
(E) In progress or the like, the data value of the progress master item and the data value of the content item of the same record are displayed in association with each other. For example, in FIG. 11, the chief complaint / findings / body temperature / memo / memo are displayed in association with no symptom change / particularly no problem / see progress / 37.3 degrees / inspection instruction / blood test instruction. Yes.
[0034]
The above rules (a) to (e) are rules for displaying the same as the chart 2 paper, but in order to perform a display different from the chart 2 paper, the following (f) to (i) The following rules apply. That is,
[0035]
(F) In the course, etc., if there is a record in which the medical history ID is the same but the data value (input date) of the input date / time item is different, the input of each input date / time item is within the time domain of the medical history ID The name of the applicant and the name of the approver are displayed in the order of input date For example, in the area of the consultation time 10:00 in FIG. 11, “(Enter) Doctor Taro / (Confirm) Doctor Taro” is displayed over two lines.
[0036]
(G) In the prescription, the name of the input person / approver of the prescription (and the name of the instructor / implementer name if there is a data value) is the data value of the prescription master item such as the prescription. Display in the area below the display. For example, in FIG. 11, “(Enter) Doctor Taro, (Sure) Doctor Taro, (Finger) Nurse Hanako, (actual) Nurse Hanako” is displayed in the area under the display of “Injection (Drip)”. Yes.
[0037]
(H) In progress, etc., for a deleted record (for example, a record having a data value in the deletion date / time item), it is clearly displayed that the record has been deleted. For example, in the area of the consultation time 10:00 in FIG. 11, the deletion line is overwritten on “Memo: Inspection instruction”. In addition, a deletion mark is added to the right side of the schema in the region of the consultation time 15:21 in FIG. In the case of a schema diagram, the reason why the deletion mark is added instead of overwriting the deletion line, etc. is that if the deletion line is overwritten, the line etc. is a line constituting the schema diagram, etc. This is because it is unclear whether the line is a line indicating that the schema diagram has been deleted.
[0038]
(I) For prescriptions and the like, regarding deleted records (for example, records having data values in the deletion date and time items), it is clearly displayed that the records have been deleted. For example, in the area under the display of “injection (infusion)” in the approximate center of the prescription etc. column (right column) of FIG. 11, “injection (intravenous injection)” and “strong neo-three tubes to one dose” The delete line has been overwritten.
[0039]
An example of a procedure for realizing the above rules is shown in FIG.
Steps S101 to S107 are processes for creating various display data. Steps S109 to S119 are processes for overwriting a deletion line on data of a deleted record and / or adding a deletion mark. In steps S101, S105, and S107, the display position / number of lines is stored in the row position / line number management table in the memory. This is the same as in the case of step 01 described above. This is because when the data group does not fit in the basic information display area, it is used to scroll the top of the data group to the top position of the basic information display area. Details will be described later.
[0040]
[4-3] Display of update history information:
The update history is displayed in the update history display area at the bottom of the input history display screen according to the following rules (j) and (k). That is,
[0041]
(J) If there are records having the same consultation history ID and different data values (input date / time) of the input date / time item, in other words, if there is a corrected (deleted / input) record, the diagnosis history ID is The update history information (input date / time (excluding the earliest input date / time)), input person / approval date / time, approver / clinic department / clinician / usage insurance) of the record possessed is displayed in the update history display area in a selectable manner.
[0042]
(K) When there are two or more update history information (when the input date and time excluding the earliest input date and time is two or more in the same consultation history ID, the same as the other consultation history ID with respect to a different consultation history ID) If there is a record having a consultation history ID and a different data value (input date / time) of the input date / time item, the update history information is displayed in the order of the input date / time.
[0043]
An example of the procedure for realizing the above rules is shown in FIG.
Steps S201 to S205 are processes for searching for a consultation history ID corresponding to the corrected record. Steps S207 to S213 are processes for creating an update history for the searched record ID record.
[0044]
[4-4] Highlighting:
As described above, when update history information is selected (YES in S11), the same data value (input date / time) as the input date / time item data value (input date / time) of the selected update history information is input to the input date / time item. A record to be held is retrieved from the progress table / prescription table and the corresponding display in the basic information display area is highlighted (S13).
[0045]
Examples of highlighting include, for example, changing the background color from others, displaying the character string in italics, displaying bold characters, adding an underline, changing the color, and surrounding the schema diagram with a frame.
[0046]
For example, in FIG. 12, as a result of selecting H14.04.009 / 19: 00 as the input date and time, “Memo: Inspection instruction” which is the basic information deleted at the time and “Injection (static Note)-Strong Neo-3 tubes-1 dose "and" Memo: Blood test instructions "as basic information input at the time and prescription etc." Injection (intravenous injection)-Strong neo-4 tubes-1 "Batch" is highlighted (display with a different background color (indicated by a frame in the figure)).
[0047]
Also, in FIG. 13, as a result of selecting H14.0.10 / 15: 31 as the input date and time, the “schema diagram” that is the basic information input at that time is highlighted (enclosed in a frame). It is shown.
[0048]
An example of a procedure for realizing the above highlighting is shown in FIGS.
Steps S301 to S305 are processes for searching for a record to be highlighted. Steps S307 to S319 are processes for emphasizing the display data of the retrieved record.
[0049]
Steps S321 to S327 are processes for scrolling the head of the data to be highlighted to the head position of the basic information display area when the data to be highlighted protrudes from the basic information display area. In the procedure of the flowchart shown in the figure, the possibility of being able to simultaneously list the entire data group to be highlighted is increased by scrolling in this way.
[0050]
Step S329 is a step of highlighting the data that is highlighted on the data by the processing of steps S301 to S319 and scrolled as necessary by the processing of steps S321 to S327.
[0051]
Note that the flowcharts shown in FIGS. 4 to 8 show an example of a procedure for realizing the function of the present invention, and the present invention is not limited to the procedure of the illustrated flowchart.
[0052]
In the above, the case where the input date / time is designated (highlighted designation) and the display of the medical information records of the input date / time (or the deleted date / time when there is a deleted date / time) is collectively highlighted has been described. The invention is not limited to highlighting.
Instead of highlighting, it can be hidden. That is, the input date / time is designated (non-display designation), and the record after the input date / time (or deletion date / time if it has a deletion date / time) and the input date / time (or deletion date / time if it has a deletion date / time) It is also possible to configure so that the display is hidden. In that case, there is an effect that effective medical information at the designated date and time can be visually recognized.
[0053]
As processing, for example, each input date after the input date selected in step S301 (FIG. 7) is acquired, and non-display data is set instead of the highlight data in steps S313 and S315 (FIG. 7). do it.
[0054]
【The invention's effect】
Medical information title in a chief complaint and findings or in association with recorded data is the content of the medical information to the type names such as injection or treatment, and, recording data associated with the same visit history ID same area It is a medical support device with a medical chart screen display function that displays the medical information of the patient to be displayed, clearly indicating the fact and the date and time of deletion for the record data that is placed inside and deleted. If the record data has a medical information record that holds the input date and time and the medical history ID in association with each other , and the record data is set to be deleted, the delete date and time medical information storage means for storing in association also, inspection despite input time visit history ID is the same plurality of different medical information records for each consultation history ID from the medical information storage means And the input date and time medical information records not the earliest held as update history information for that visit history ID, the update history display means for selectably displaying the input date and time in a predetermined update history display area, the user When an input date / time is selected from the update history display area by an operation input, a medical information record holding the selected input date / time and a medical information record holding the same deletion date / time as the selected input date / time In the medical care support apparatus [A] having the highlighting means for searching the medical information storage means and highlighting the display based on the medical information storage means on the chart screen , the medical information input / deleted at the same time is highlighted. it can. For this reason, for example, pre-change prescriptions, changes in the results of inspection results and chief complaints, etc. that caused the change can be highlighted in a lump, making it easy to grasp and correlate them together. .
[0055]
In [A], the medical information record that holds the input date and time selected from the update history display area by the user's operation input and the same deletion date and time as the selected input date and time are held. In the medical assistance device [B] having the head position setting means for setting the head position of the highlight display based on the medical information record to the head position in the medical chart screen, the head position of the highlight display is set to the head position in the medical chart screen. Therefore, the highlighting of [A] can be reliably displayed on the screen.
[0056]
Instead of the highlighting means of [A] or [B], when an input date is selected from the update history display area by a user operation input, the input date after the selected input date is held. In the medical care support apparatus [C] having the highlighting means for searching the medical information record from the medical information storage means and hiding the display based on the medical information record on the medical chart screen, the date and time selected in the update history display area It is possible to hide the state after the date and time while leaving the state before the correction ( e.g. , progress, prescription, etc.). For this reason, the state before the change is made can be easily recognized .
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a configuration diagram of a medical assistance device (= computer device having an electronic medical record function) according to an embodiment.
FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram showing a linkage relationship between tables.
FIG. 3 is an explanatory diagram showing timing of inputting medical information (timing for determining input date and time).
FIG. 4 is a flowchart showing an input history display procedure executed by the medical assistance device.
FIG. 5 is a flowchart showing step S07 in FIG. 4;
FIG. 6 is a flowchart showing step S09 of FIG.
FIG. 7 is a part of a flowchart showing step S13 of FIG.
8 is a remaining part of the flowchart showing step S13 of FIG.
FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of a progress table.
FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of a prescription table.
FIG. 11 is an explanatory view exemplifying immediately after activation of an input history display screen.
FIG. 12 is an explanatory diagram illustrating a case where a certain input date is selected on the input history display screen and data (character string) is highlighted.
FIG. 13 is an explanatory diagram exemplifying a case where data (schematic diagram) is highlighted by selecting a certain input date and time on the input history display screen.
[Explanation of symbols]
10 Control device 11 Storage device (hard disk)

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  1. Medical information title in a chief complaint and findings or in association with recorded data is the content of the medical information to the type names such as injection or treatment, and, recording data associated with the same visit history ID same area It is a medical support device with a medical chart screen display function that displays the medical information of the patient to be displayed, clearly indicating the fact and the date and time of deletion for the record data that is placed inside and deleted. And
    A medical information record in association with each other the input date and visit history ID to the recording data, even the deletion date in the medical information record of the one recording data when a certain recording data is deleted set Medical information storage means for holding in association;
    A plurality of medical information records having different input dates and times even though the medical history IDs are the same are searched for each medical history ID from the medical information storage means, and the medical information records whose input date and time are the earliest are related to the medical history IDs. Update history display means for storing the input date and time so that the input date and time can be selected in a predetermined update history display area,
    When an input date / time is selected from the update history display area by a user's operation input, a medical information record that holds the selected input date / time and a medical that holds the same deletion date / time as the selected input date / time Highlighting means for retrieving information records from the medical information storage means and highlighting the display based on them on the medical chart screen ;
    A medical assistance device characterized by comprising:
  2. In claim 1, further,
    Head position of the highlight display based on the medical information record by a user operation input holds the same deletion date medical information record and the selected input time holding the input date and time selected from the update history display area Starting position setting means for setting the first position in the chart screen ,
    A medical assistance device characterized by comprising:
  3. In claim 1 or 2,
    Instead of the highlighting means,
    When an input date / time is selected from the update history display area by a user's operation input, a medical information record holding an input date / time after the selected input date / time is searched from the medical information storage means, Highlighting means for hiding the display based on the chart screen,
    A medical assistance device characterized by comprising:
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