JP4781085B2 - Surgical schedule display system - Google Patents

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JP4781085B2
JP4781085B2 JP2005310219A JP2005310219A JP4781085B2 JP 4781085 B2 JP4781085 B2 JP 4781085B2 JP 2005310219 A JP2005310219 A JP 2005310219A JP 2005310219 A JP2005310219 A JP 2005310219A JP 4781085 B2 JP4781085 B2 JP 4781085B2
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将史 小林
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  The present invention relates to an operation schedule display system, and more particularly to an operation schedule display system for managing an operation schedule.

For example, recent medical facilities use computers also in medicine, and use medical data and medical software according to the purpose to achieve efficient and accurate medical care. As such a medical system using a computer, a medical system that shares information related to medical care using a network is known. For example, Patent Literature 1 proposes a surgical service center that acquires necessary information about surgery from a requesting medical institution and searches a database for suitable operating room candidates based on this information. Also, for example, in Patent Document 2, a basic order and a collection of documents corresponding to the type of input medical practice are extracted from a library, and a date is added to the extracted basic order to place a batch order with medical personnel. A system order batch processing system has been proposed. For example, Patent Document 3 proposes a hospital information system that converts clinical path information including a schedule related to a medical practice for a patient into order information, and transmits the converted order information to a related medical department. For example, Patent Document 4 proposes a medical practice time measurement system that constructs a division of labor between doctors and hospitals using the measured medical practice time. Further, for example, in Patent Document 5, a surgical operation realized by synchronizing and reproducing the treatment operation of the operation input unit and the remote operation unit based on the time code recorded along with the control information of the operation input unit and the remote operation unit Support devices have been proposed.
Japanese translation of PCT publication No. 2002-027578 Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 9-44579 JP 2005-157560 A JP 2004-318751 A JP 2002-272758 A

  However, there are many cases where surgery cannot be performed as scheduled, and when multiple operations are scheduled in the same operating room on the same day, one operation cannot be performed as scheduled. Surgery may also be affected. For this reason, there is a strong demand for a technique for effectively using the information about the schedule of surgery registered in the computer and accurately managing the actual results of surgery.

  This invention is made | formed in view of such a subject, The objective is to manage the track record with respect to the schedule of an operation appropriately.

  In order to solve the above-described problem, an operation schedule display system according to an aspect of the present invention includes an operation schedule input terminal that acquires a user's input regarding an operation scheduled time to be performed, and an actual operation time of the contents of the operation An implementation input terminal that acquires user input regarding the schedule, a schedule management server that manages the scheduled time and the implementation time, and a schedule display terminal that displays the scheduled time and the implementation time. The scheduled operation input terminal transmits the scheduled start time and the scheduled end time of the surgery as the scheduled time to the schedule management server, and the implementation input terminal indicates the actual start timing at which the contents of the surgery are performed as the implementation time. At least one of the execution end time indicating the time and the end timing is transmitted to the schedule management server, and the schedule management server holds the scheduled time and the execution time related to the same operation in association with each other, and obtains an acquisition request from the schedule display terminal The scheduled time and the execution time related to the operation for which the acquisition request was received are returned to the schedule display terminal, and the schedule display terminal transmits the acquisition request to the schedule management server based on the user's instruction, and the acquisition request In response, the scheduled time received from the schedule management server is displayed in a format that compares the execution time. According to this aspect, since it is possible to confirm the schedule of the contents of surgery and the actual results, the user can easily grasp the results of the schedule of the contents of surgery. The surgery schedule input terminal and the surgery schedule display terminal may be the same terminal.

  The schedule display terminal displays a scheduled time display that displays the scheduled operation time from the scheduled start time to the scheduled end time of the operation as a graphic, and an operation time display that displays the operation time determined based on the operation time as a graphic. You may display in parallel in the coordinate system which has the same time axis. According to this aspect, since the operation schedule and results can be confirmed in a coordinate system having the same time axis by means of graphics, the user can quickly and easily grasp the results for the operation schedule.

  The schedule display terminal is a column for displaying a schedule of surgery in each of a plurality of operating rooms, and relates to the same operation in one of a plurality of operating room schedule columns arranged in parallel in a coordinate system having the same time axis. The scheduled time display and the operation time display may be displayed in parallel. According to this aspect, the schedule and results of the operation in the plurality of operating rooms can be confirmed in the coordinate system having the same time axis, so that the user can easily grasp the results for the operation schedule in the plurality of operating rooms. can do.

  The execution input terminal transmits at least one of the execution start time and the execution end time for each item included in the operation to the schedule management server as the execution time, and the schedule display terminal from the scheduled start time to the scheduled end time in the surgery Displaying the scheduled time display that displays the scheduled operation time with a graphic and the execution time display that displays the execution time of the item determined based on the execution time with a graphic in parallel in a coordinate system having the same time axis Also good. According to this aspect, since the schedule of the operation and the results of the items included in the operation can be confirmed in the coordinate system having the same time axis by the graphic, the user can determine the items included in the operation with respect to the operation schedule. The results can be grasped quickly and easily.

  The items included in the operation include anesthesia or anesthesia awakening, and the schedule display terminal displays the anesthesia or anesthesia awakening time display and the operation time display in parallel in a coordinate system having the same time axis. May be. According to this aspect, it becomes possible to easily compare the time of anesthesia or anesthesia awakening in surgery with the time of surgery.

  The implementation input terminal may transmit the time when the user input is acquired to the schedule management server as the implementation start time indicating the start timing of the operation or the execution end time indicating the end timing of the operation. According to this aspect, the execution start time or the execution end time can be easily acquired.

  When the time from the operation start time to the operation end time of the operation content in the operation is defined as the operation time, the total operation time of the operation performed in one operating room in the available operating time of one operating room is one An operating rate that is a value divided by the available operating room time may be calculated, and the calculated operating rate may be displayed. According to this aspect, the operating room can be managed by effectively using the acquired schedule information and execution information, and the operation of the operating room can be performed efficiently.

  Note that any combination of the above-described constituent elements, or those obtained by replacing the constituent elements and expressions of the present invention with each other between a computer program and a recording medium storing the computer program are also effective as an aspect of the present invention. .

  According to the surgery schedule display system of the present invention, it is possible to accurately manage the results of the surgery schedule.

  Before specifically describing the embodiment of the present invention, the operation schedule display system according to the present embodiment will be briefly described. The surgery schedule display system according to the present embodiment includes a PC 120 that acquires a user's input related to a scheduled surgery time to be performed, a mobile terminal 140 that acquires a user's input related to the actual performance time of the surgery, A network server 110 that manages the scheduled time and the execution time, and a PC 120 that displays the scheduled time and the execution time are provided.

  The PC 120 transmits the scheduled operation start time and the scheduled end time to the schedule management server as the scheduled time, and the portable terminal 140 performs the execution start time and end indicating the actual start timing at which the contents of the operation are performed as the execution time. At least one of the execution end times indicating the timing is transmitted to the schedule management server, and the network server 110 holds the schedule time and the execution time related to the same operation in association with each other and receives an acquisition request from the schedule display terminal Sometimes the scheduled time and the execution time related to the operation for which the acquisition request has been made are returned to the schedule display terminal, and the PC 120 transmits the acquisition request to the schedule management server based on the user's instruction, and schedule management is performed according to the acquisition request. The scheduled time received from the server is displayed in a format that compares the execution time.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention (hereinafter referred to as “embodiments”) will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

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FIG. 1 is an overall configuration diagram of an information management system 200 including a surgery schedule display system 100 according to the first embodiment. The information management system 200 includes an information management unit 160, a surgery schedule display system 100 connected to the information management unit 160 via the Internet 150, and the like.

  The surgery schedule display system 100 includes a network server 110, a PC 120, a mobile terminal 140, and the like. The network server 110 is connected to the information management unit 160 outside the surgery schedule display system 100 through the Internet 150. The Internet 150 manages device information and update information of the network server 110, the PC 120, and the mobile terminal 140. The network server 110 is connected to a plurality of PCs 120 such as the first PC 120A and the second PC 120B by wire so that data and programs can be transmitted and received.

  A plurality of portable terminals 140 such as the first portable terminal 140A, the second portable terminal 140B, and the third portable terminal 140C are connected to the first PC 120A by a wireless LAN (Local Area Network). Are connected wirelessly, and data and programs can be transmitted and received. A plurality of portable terminals 140 such as the fourth portable terminal 140D, the fifth portable terminal 140E, and the sixth portable terminal 140F are similarly connected to the second PC 120B via a wireless LAN. Therefore, the network server 110, the plurality of PCs 120, and the plurality of mobile terminals 140 form a network, and each PC 120 and each mobile terminal 140 transmit and receive data or programs to and from each other via the network server 110. Is possible. The PC 120 is installed in, for example, a nurse station of each medical department in a hospital or a different ward. The mobile terminal 140 is used in each operating room, for example. Of course, any of the PCs 120 may have the function of the network server 110.

  FIG. 2 is an overall configuration diagram of the surgery schedule display system 100 according to the first embodiment. The mobile terminal 140 includes a transmission unit 10, a reception unit 12, a storage unit 14, a timer 16, an implementation information acquisition unit 18, a display data generation unit 20, a display 22, and a surgical order acquisition unit 26 in the main body. It has a pen 24.

  The storage unit 14 stores data and programs such as operation order information and execution information. Surgery order information is information used as schedule information related to the schedule of surgery, and includes patient information such as a patient ID, a patient name, a patient's sex, and age. It also includes information on the surgery required for the surgery, such as scheduled surgery date and time, scheduled time, operating room, department, disease name, procedure, comorbidity, anesthesia type, doctor, nurse, expected blood loss, and preparations. In addition, entry / exit classification, ward name where patient is hospitalized, order type, etc. are also included.

  The implementation information is information indicating the implementation status of the content of the operation, and includes, for example, an operation start time, an operation end time, or an operation time. In addition, the implementation information is information indicating the implementation status of the implementation items in the operation such as occupancy, anesthesia, surgery, anesthesia awakening, for example, entrance time, exit time, anesthesia start time, anesthesia end time, operation start time, It includes the end time of the operation, the start time of anesthesia awakening, or the end time of anesthesia awakening.

  The transmission unit 10 wirelessly transmits data such as implementation information stored in the storage unit 14 from the mobile terminal 140 to the outside. The receiving unit 12 receives data such as implementation information transmitted wirelessly from the outside of the mobile terminal 140. The storage unit 14 stores data such as the received surgical order information. The timer 16 functions as a current time measuring unit that measures the current time.

  The display 22 is a touch panel type liquid crystal display, and displays an image and can be input by the user with the stylus pen 24. The stylus pen 24 is a pen-shaped member having a rounded tip, and the user presses the tip of the stylus pen 24 against the surface of the display 22, and the display 22 detects the coordinates pressed by the user. Detect input. The execution information acquisition unit 18 acquires the execution information input to the display 22 by the user. The surgical order acquisition unit 26 acquires the surgical order information input from the user to the display 22 or the surgical order information transmitted from the network server 110 or the PC 120. The display data generation unit 20 generates display data to be displayed on the display 22.

  The PC 120 includes a PC main body 28, a display 50, a mouse 46, a keyboard 48, and the like. The PC main body 28 is connected to a display 50, a mouse 46, and a keyboard 48, respectively.

  The PC body 28 includes a transmission unit 30, a reception unit 32, a storage unit 34, a calculation unit 36, a surgical order acquisition unit 38, an implementation information acquisition unit 40, a display data generation unit 42, a timer 44, and the like. The storage unit 34 stores data such as operation order information and execution information. The transmission unit 30 wirelessly transmits data such as operation order information stored in the storage unit 34 from the PC 120 to the outside. In addition, the transmission unit 30 transmits data such as operation order information and execution information stored in the storage unit 34 to the network server 110 through a network cable. The receiving unit 32 receives data such as operation order information transmitted from the network server 110 or implementation information transmitted wirelessly from the mobile terminal 140. Data such as the received surgical order information and execution information is stored in the storage unit 14.

  The calculation unit 36 performs various calculations such as an operation rate calculation described later. The mouse 46 and keyboard 48 accept input from the PC main body 28 to the user. The surgical order acquisition unit 38 acquires surgical order information input by the user using the mouse 46 or the keyboard 48. Further, the surgical order acquisition unit 38 acquires the surgical order information by receiving the surgical order information from the network server 110. The surgical order information acquired by the surgical order acquisition unit 38 is stored in the storage unit 34.

  The implementation information acquisition unit 40 acquires the implementation information by receiving the implementation information from the mobile terminal 140. The implementation information acquisition unit 40 acquires the implementation information input by the user using the mouse 46 or the keyboard 48. The implementation information acquired by the implementation information acquisition unit 40 is stored in the storage unit 34.

  The display data generation unit 42 generates display data to be displayed on the display 50 using the surgical order information and the execution information stored in the storage unit 34. The generated display data is input to the display 50, and the display 50 displays the input display data.

  The network server 110 includes a storage unit 62, a reception unit 64, and a transmission unit 66. The receiving unit 64 receives data such as operation order information and execution information transmitted from the PC 120. The storage unit 62 stores data such as operation order information or execution information received by the receiving unit 64. The transmission unit 66 transmits data such as operation order information or execution information stored in the reception unit 64 to the PC 120.

  By registering the operation order information and the execution information in the network server 110 as described above, the operation order information and the execution information can be shared among the different PCs 120. For example, when the operation order information is input to the PC 120 by the user, the PC 120 acquires the input operation order information and transmits it to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the received surgical order information. The network server 110 can transmit the operation order information stored in the storage unit 62 to the PC 120 different from the PC 120 to which the operation order information is input, and can also transmit to the mobile terminal 140 via the PC 120. it can. As a result, it is possible to refer to the operation order information or the execution information even on the PC 120 or the portable terminal 140 different from the PC 120 to which the operation order information is input.

  FIG. 3 is a diagram showing an order registration screen 202 according to the first embodiment. An order registration tab 256 and a list display tab 258 are displayed above the order registration screen 202, and the order registration screen 202 is displayed when the order registration tab 256 is selected by clicking with the mouse 46. On the order registration screen 202, the user can select a patient ID, patient name, patient kanji name, gender, age, entrance / exit classification, ward name, order type, scheduled operation date / time, scheduled time, operating room, department, disease name, surgery. Surgery order information as schedule information regarding the schedule of surgery, such as a formula, a comorbidity, an anesthesia type, a doctor, a nurse, an estimated blood loss, and a preparation, can be input. On the upper left of the order registration screen 202, a patient ID input field 204, a patient kana name input field 206, a patient kanji name input field 208, an age input field 212, a gender input field 214, an entry / exit classification input field 216, and a ward input field 218 Is displayed.

  The user can input the patient ID by clicking the patient ID input field 204 to make it ready for input. The patient ID input by the user is displayed in the patient ID input field 204. The user can input the patient name by clicking the patient name input field 206 to make it ready for input. The input patient name is displayed in the patient name input field 206. The user can input a patient kanji name by clicking the patient kanji name input field 208 to enable input. The input patient kanji name is displayed in the patient kanji name input field 208. Accordingly, the patient kana name input field 206 and the patient kanji name input field 208 function as a patient name input unit that accepts the input of the patient name by the user, and the inputted patient kanji name and patient kana name are used as the patient name for the operation plan display system. 100 is used.

  The gender input field 214 is a pull-down menu, and the user clicks on the gender input field 214 and further clicks either “M” for male or “F”, “Unknown” for female, or blank. By selecting, the gender of the patient can be input. The entered gender of the patient is displayed in the gender input field 214. The user can input the age of the patient by clicking on the age input field 212 to make it ready for input. The input patient age is displayed in the age input field 212.

  The entry / exit category input field 216 is a pull-down menu, and the user clicks on the entry / exit category input field 216 and clicks on “hospital” or “outpatient” to select it, thereby indicating the entrance / exit. You can enter an outside indicator. The entered entry / exit section is displayed in the entry / exit section input field 216. The ward input field 218 is a pull-down menu, and the user can input the name of the ward in which the patient is hospitalized by clicking on the ward input field 218 and clicking on the ward name to select it. The input ward name is displayed in the ward input field 218.

  In the lower left of the order registration screen 202, an order type input field 220, a scheduled operation date / time input field 222, an OnCall input box 224, a scheduled time input field 226, an operating room input field 228, a medical department input field 230, a disease name input field 232, An operation method input field 234, a comorbidity input field 236, an anesthesia type input field 238, a doctor input field 240, a nurse input field 242, and an expected blood loss input field 244 are displayed.

  The order type input column 220 is a pull-down menu, and the user can input an order type by clicking on the order type input column 220 and then selecting by clicking on the order type. The entered order type is displayed in the order type input field 220.

  The scheduled surgery date / time input field 222 includes a date input field 222a, a time input field 222b, and a minute input field 222c. The user can input the scheduled surgery date by clicking the date input field 222a and displaying a scheduled surgery date input screen (not shown). The inputted operation plan part is displayed in the date input field 222a. The time input field 222b is a pull-down menu, and the user can input the scheduled operation time by clicking on the time input field 222b and clicking on a number from zero to 24 to select it. . The input scheduled surgery time is displayed in the time input field 222b. The minute input field 222c is a pull-down menu, and the user can input the scheduled operation part by clicking on the minute input field 222c and clicking on a number set at a predetermined interval. The inputted scheduled operation amount is displayed in the minute input column 222c. If the user wants to designate OnCall, the user can designate OnCall by checking the check box of the OnCall input box 224.

  Thus, the user can input the scheduled surgery date and time in the scheduled surgery date and time input field 222. Therefore, the scheduled surgery date / time input field 222 functions as an input reception display of the scheduled surgery start time for accepting the input of the scheduled surgery start time by the user in the surgery registered by the same order registration screen 202. In the surgery schedule display system 100, this is used as the scheduled surgery start time in the surgery registered on the same order registration screen 202.

  The scheduled time input field 226 includes a time input field 226a and a minute input field 226b. The time input field 226a is a pull-down menu, and the user can input the scheduled time by clicking the time input field 226a and selecting a number. The input scheduled time is displayed in the time input field 226a. The minute input field 226b is a pull-down menu, and the user can input a scheduled amount by clicking on the minute input field 226b and clicking to select a number set for each predetermined time interval. . The input scheduled amount is displayed in the minute input field 226b.

  Thus, the user can input the scheduled time in the scheduled time input field 226. Therefore, the scheduled time input field 226 functions as an input reception display of the scheduled surgery time for accepting the input of the scheduled surgery time by the user in the surgery registered by the same order registration screen 202, and the entered scheduled time is displayed as the scheduled surgery display. This is used as a scheduled operation time in the system 100. In addition, by inputting in the scheduled surgery date and time input field 222 and the scheduled time input field 226, the user can input the scheduled surgery end time. Therefore, the scheduled surgery date / time input field 222 and the scheduled time input field 226 function as an input reception display of the scheduled surgery end time for accepting the input of the scheduled surgery end time by the user in the surgery registered by the same order registration screen 202. The time obtained by adding the scheduled operation time to the scheduled start time is used as the scheduled operation end time in the operation schedule display system 100.

  The operating room input field 228 is a pull-down menu, and the user can input an operating room by clicking on the operating room input field 228 and clicking on the operating room to select it. The selected operating room is displayed in the operating room input field 228. Therefore, the operating room input field 228 functions as an operating room input acceptance display.

  The clinical department input field 230 is a pull-down menu, and the user can input a medical department by clicking on the clinical department input field 230 and selecting one of the medical departments by clicking. The entered department is displayed in the department entry field 230. The user can input a disease name by clicking on the disease name input field 232 to enable input. The input disease name is displayed in the disease name input field 232.

  The user can input a technique by clicking the technique input field 234 to display a technique input screen (not shown). Therefore, the technique input field 234 functions as a technique input acceptance display for receiving an instruction input by the user. The entered technique is displayed in the technique input field 234.

  The comorbidity input field 236 is a pull-down menu, and the user clicks on the comorbidity input field 236 and clicks on “Yes” or “None” of the comorbidity to select whether or not the comorbidity exists. can do. The presence / absence of the entered comorbidity is displayed in the comorbidity input field 236. The anesthesia type input field 238 is a pull-down menu, and the user clicks the anesthesia type input field 238 and clicks and selects an anesthesia type such as “general anesthesia” or “local anesthesia” to select an anesthesia type. Can be entered. The entered anesthesia type is displayed in the anesthesia type input field 238.

  The user can input doctors such as a surgeon, an assistant, and an anesthesiologist by clicking the doctor input field 240 and displaying a doctor input screen (not shown). Therefore, the doctor input column 240 functions as an input reception display of a doctor that receives input from any of the surgeon, assistant, and anesthesiologist by the user, and the input doctor is displayed as doctor information in the operation schedule display system 100. Used. The entered doctor is displayed in the doctor input field 240.

  The user can input nurses such as a direct assist nurse and an indirect assist nurse by clicking the nurse input field 242 to display a nurse input screen (not shown). Therefore, the nurse input field 242 functions as an input reception display of a nurse who accepts input by a user of a direct assist nurse or an indirect assist nurse by the user, and the input such as the direct assist nurse or the indirect assist nurse The nurse is used in the surgery schedule display system 100 as nurse information. The user can input the expected bleeding amount by clicking the expected bleeding amount input field 244 to enable input. The input expected blood loss is displayed in the expected blood loss input field 244.

  A preparation list field 248 is provided on the right side of the order registration screen 202. In the preparation item list field 248, the equipment name and quantity of the equipment corresponding to the technique input in the technique input field 234 are displayed in a list format. Each equipment name is provided with a check box, and the user can designate a preparation as a check by checking this check box, and can exclude it from the preparation by removing the check.

  A registration button 250, a cancel button 252 and a clear button 254 are provided at the lower right of the order registration screen 202. By clicking the registration button 250, the user can register the surgical order information input on the order registration screen 202. When the registration button 250 is clicked, the surgical order acquisition unit 38 acquires information input on the order registration screen 202 as surgical order information and stores it in the storage unit 34. The transmission unit 30 transmits the surgical order information stored in the storage unit 34 to the network server 110 via the network. The network server 110 stores the received surgical order information in the storage unit 62. As a result, the operation order information input in the PC 120 is registered in the network server 110 and can be used in other PCs 120. When the registration button 250 is clicked, the order registration screen 202 is closed.

  When the user clicks a cancel button 252, the order registration screen 202 is closed without registering the operation order information input to the order registration screen 202 by the operation order acquisition unit 38. When the clear button 254 is clicked by the user, the content input on the order registration screen 202 is cleared.

  FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a list format screen 268 according to the first embodiment. The list format screen 268 is displayed by clicking the list format designation button 264 on the list display screen 260.

  The list display screen 260 is displayed when the list display tab 258 is clicked. In the list display screen 260, a date column 266 is provided. The date displayed in the date column 266 is today's date by default. The date column 266 is a pull-down menu, and the user clicks on the date column 266 and clicks on the date to select the date of the scheduled operation date of the operation order information to be displayed on the list display screen 260. Can be entered. The input date is displayed in the date column 266. It should be noted that the user can input today's date in the date column 266 by clicking the today button arranged on the left side of the date column 266. In addition, two arrow buttons are arranged on the left and right sides of the today button. By clicking the right arrow button, the date next to the date displayed in the date field 266 can be entered in the date field 266. Also, by clicking the left arrow button, the date before the date displayed in the date field 266 can be entered in the date field 266. Thus, the date column 266 functions as a scheduled surgery date designating unit for designating the scheduled surgery date of the surgery order information displayed on the list format screen 268 and the schedule format screen described later by the user.

  When a date is input in the date column 266 by the user, the transmission unit 30 transmits an acquisition request to the network server 110 so as to transmit the operation order information including the same scheduled operation date as the date input in the date column 266. To do. The display data generation unit 42 generates display data so as to simultaneously display the operation order information acquired from the network server 110 in a list format. The generated display data is displayed on the display 50.

  When the list format designation button 264 is clicked by the user, the transmission unit 30 performs the operation including the operation scheduled information that is the operation order information stored in the storage unit 62 and is the same as the date displayed in the date column 266. An acquisition request is transmitted to the network server 110 so as to transmit the order information. The transmission unit 66 of the network server 110 returns the requested operation order information to the PC 120. In the PC 120, the receiving unit 32 receives the surgical order information transmitted from the network server 110, and the storage unit 34 stores the received surgical order information.

  The display data generation unit 42 generates display data so that the operation order information stored in the storage unit 34 and whose scheduled operation date is the same as the date displayed in the date column 266 is displayed on the display 50 at the same time in a list format. To do. The generated display data is displayed on the display 50. Therefore, the list format designation button 264 functions as a list format screen display instruction unit for displaying the list format screen 268.

  The list format screen 268 includes an operating room display field 270, a preoperative visit display field 272, an operation status display field 274, an execution input display field 276, a medical department display field 278, a ward display field 280, a patient name display field 282, a gender. Display field 284, age display field 286, technique display field 288, start time display field 290, scheduled time display field 292, surgeon display field 294, assistant display field 296, direct nurse display field 298, intermediary nurse display A column 302 and an anesthesiologist display column 304 are provided extending in the vertical direction.

  The operating room display field 270 displays the operating room name included in the operating order information. In the preoperative visit display field 272, the status of completion / uncompleted preoperative visit is displayed. A check mark is displayed when the preoperative visit is completed, and a blank is displayed when the preoperative visit is incomplete. The operation status display field 274 displays the status of the operation. If the status of the operation is pre-execution, a blank is displayed, if the user is in the room, the icon “Enter” is displayed, if the patient is under anesthesia, the icon “In anesthesia” is displayed. An “in-operation” icon is displayed, a check mark is displayed after the operation is completed, and a “stop” icon is displayed in the case of cancellation. The execution input display field 276 displays the completion / uncompleted status of the execution input. A check mark is displayed when the implementation input interferes, and a blank is displayed when the implementation input is not completed.

  The clinical department included in the operation order information is displayed in the clinical department display field 278. In the ward display column 280, the ward name included in the operation order information or “outpatient” in the case of outpatient is displayed. In the patient name display field 282, the patient name included in the operation order information is displayed in the form of “patient kanji name (patient kana name)”. In the sex display column 284 and the age display column 286, the gender and age included in the operation order information are displayed.

  In the surgical procedure display field 288, the surgical procedure included in the surgical order information is displayed. In the start time display field 290, the scheduled operation date and time included in the operation order information is displayed. When OnCall is specified in the OnCall input box 224 of the order registration screen 202, a CALL icon is displayed on the left side of the scheduled surgery date and time. In the scheduled time display field 292, the scheduled time included in the operation order information is displayed.

  The surgeon display column 294, the assistant display column 296, the direct nurse display column 298, the intermediary nurse display column 302, and the anesthesiologist display column 304 include the surgeon, assistant, and direct assist nurse included in the operation order information. The names of the indirect care nurse and anesthesiologist are displayed.

  The contents displayed in the columns from the operating room display column 270 to the anesthesiologist display column 304 can be updated by clicking the operation order information if the operation corresponding to the operation order information has not started. . When the contents displayed in the columns from the operating room display field 270 to the anesthesiologist display field 304 are updated, the surgical order acquisition unit 38 acquires the updated surgical order information as new surgical order information and stores it. The data is stored in the unit 34 and transmitted to the network server 110. The network server 110 stores the received surgical order information in the storage unit 62. As a result, the updated operation order information can be referred to from another PC 120.

  As described above, the display data generation unit 42 displays the display data so that the items of the operation order information are simultaneously displayed from the operation room display field 270 to the anesthesiologist display field 304 for each of the plurality of operation order information. Generate. Thereby, the user can simultaneously confirm each item of the operation order information of a plurality of operations scheduled on the date displayed in the date field 266 on the list format screen 268.

  FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a state before starting all the operations on the schedule format screen 320 according to the first embodiment. When the schedule format designation button 262 is clicked by the user, the display data generation unit 42 generates display data so as to display the schedule format screen 320. Therefore, the schedule format designation button 262 functions as a schedule format screen display instruction unit for switching from the list format screen 268 to display the schedule format screen 320. When the schedule format screen 320 is displayed, an actual value display button 322 is displayed above the schedule format screen 320 at the same time.

  Above the schedule format screen 320, a time display unit 324 extending in the horizontal direction is provided. Below the time display unit 324, a plurality of operating room schedule columns 326 are provided which are formed in a strip shape extending in the horizontal direction and provided in parallel. As the per-operating room schedule column 326, a first operating room schedule column 326a and an eleventh operating room schedule column 326j respectively corresponding to the first operating room to the eleventh operating room are provided in parallel from the top. Therefore, in the first operating room schedule column 326a and the eleventh operating room schedule column 326j, the schedule of each operating room is displayed on the same time axis. In addition, by operating a scroll bar provided in the vicinity of the left end of the schedule format screen 320, it is possible to display another operating room schedule field 326 below the 11th operating room schedule field 326j.

  When the schedule format designation button 262 is clicked, the transmission unit 30 transmits an acquisition request to the network server 110 so as to transmit the operation order information including the same scheduled operation date as the date displayed in the date field 266. The display data generation unit 42 extracts a scheduled surgery start time and a scheduled surgery end time included in each surgery order information acquired from the network server 110. The display data generation unit 42 generates a schedule column 328 as a scheduled time display having the extracted scheduled surgery start time and scheduled surgery end time as both ends. Specifically, the display data generation unit 42 generates a rectangular schedule column 328 having the scheduled operation start time on the left side and the scheduled surgery end time on the right side.

  For example, when there is surgery order information with a scheduled surgery start time of 9:00 am and a scheduled surgery end time of 11:30 am, the display data generation unit 42 uses the straight line indicating 9:00 am on the time axis as the left side, A rectangular first schedule column 328a having a straight line indicating 11:30 am on the right side is generated. As a result, the user can confirm the scheduled operation start time and scheduled operation end time of the operation with the graphic, and can easily grasp the scheduled operation start time and scheduled operation end time.

  In addition, the display data generation unit 42 generates display data so that each schedule column 328 is displayed in the schedule column 326 for each operating room of the corresponding operating room. At this time, since each of the schedule columns 326 for each operating room is provided on the same time axis, the display data generation unit 42 sets each schedule column 328 to the corresponding operating room on the same time axis. Display data is generated so as to be displayed in the schedule column 326 for each operating room. Since the schedule columns 326 for each operating room are arranged in parallel, the respective schedule columns 328 are arranged in parallel for each operating room on the same time axis. The display data generation unit 42 generates display data so as to display a color display area to be displayed in a different color scheme for each department included in the operation order information in the vicinity of the left end of each of the schedule columns 328. . Note that the color display area may be adjacent to the schedule column 328. Further, the schedule column 328 may be configured such that the medical department can be distinguished by a graphic set for each medical department.

  For example, in the example shown in the figure, the display data generation unit 42 displays the first schedule column 328a and the second schedule column 328b as the surgery order information of the surgery scheduled to be performed in the first operating room. Display data is generated to be displayed in the room schedule field 326a. In addition, as operation order information scheduled to be performed in the second operating room, a third schedule column 328c, a fourth schedule column 328d, a fifth schedule column 328e, and a sixth schedule column 328f are included in the first schedule column 328a and the first schedule column 328a. Display data is generated to be displayed in the second operating room schedule field 326b on the same time axis as the 2 schedule field 328b. The display data generating unit 42 generates display data so that each of the other schedule fields 328 is also displayed on the same time axis in the per-operating room schedule field 326 of the corresponding operating room. Accordingly, the user can easily grasp the schedule of the surgery performed in the plurality of operating rooms.

  Note that the user can change the scheduled operation start time and the scheduled operation end time by dragging and dropping the schedule column 328. Accordingly, the schedule column 328 itself functions as an input reception display of the scheduled operation start time and an input reception display of the scheduled operation end time. Further, the user can change the scheduled operation start time or the scheduled operation end time by dragging the left and right ends of the schedule column 328 using the mouse 46. Therefore, the left end portion of the schedule column 328 functions as an input reception display for the scheduled operation start time, and the right end portion of the schedule column 328 functions as an input reception display for the scheduled surgery end time. In addition, by dragging and dropping the schedule column 328 to the schedule column 326 for each other operating room, the operating room included in the operation order information in the schedule column 328 can be changed. Therefore, the schedule column 328 itself functions as an input reception display in the operating room. Further, the mouse 46 for clicking or dragging and dropping the input reception display and the keyboard 48 for performing key input to the input reception display function as an input unit for inputting using the input reception display. Note that the scheduled operation start time, scheduled operation end time, and information on the operating room changed by the movement of the schedule column 328 are transmitted from the transmission unit 30 of the PC 120 to the network server 110 via the network cable and stored in the storage unit 13. Stored.

  The display data generation unit 42 displays the patient name, the surgical procedure, the surgeon, the direct assist nurse, and the indirect assist nurse included in the operation order information in each schedule field 328 formed in a rectangle. Generate display data. Thereby, the user can easily grasp each patient name, technique, surgeon, direct assist nurse, and indirect assist nurse in the schedule column 328.

  When the user operates the mouse 46 so that the cursor is positioned on the schedule column 328, the display data generation unit 42 displays the operation order information screen regarding the operation order information of the schedule column 328 on which the cursor is superimposed. Is displayed so as to be superimposed on a part of the schedule column 328. On the operation order information screen, the department, ward name, patient ID, patient kanji name, patient kana name, gender, age, surgical procedure, surgeon, assistant, direct assist nurse, indirect assist nursing included in the operation order information The nurse, anesthesiologist, engineer, operation start time, presence / absence of OnCall designation, and scheduled operation time are displayed. As a result, the user can easily confirm the detailed operation order information in the schedule column 328 displayed on the schedule format screen 320.

  Each of the schedule columns 328 is provided with a direct edit button 327. The user can display a surgery order information input screen (not shown) by clicking the direct edit button 327. By inputting the surgery order information on the surgery order information input screen, the user can click the scheduled column. Surgery order information corresponding to 328 can be updated. When the direct edit button 327 is clicked by the user and the operation order information is updated, the operation order acquisition unit 38 acquires the updated operation order information as new operation order information, stores the information in the storage unit 34, and stores it in the network. Send to server 110. The network server 110 stores the received surgical order information in the storage unit 62. As a result, the updated operation order information can be referred to from another PC 120.

  The display data generation unit 42 displays the current time acquired from the timer 44 on the schedule format screen 320. At this time, since each of the operating room schedule fields 326 are arranged on the same time axis, the display data generation unit 42 is a straight line extending the current time acquired from the timer 44 in the vertical direction of the schedule format screen 320. Is displayed on the schedule format screen 320 as a current time line 330. In the example shown in this figure, a schedule format screen 320 when the current time is 8:30 am is shown, and the current time line 330 indicates 8:30 am on the time axis which is the horizontal axis. It is a straight line extending in the vertical direction.

  FIG. 6 is a diagram showing a surgical order input screen 400 according to the first embodiment. The surgical order input screen 400 is displayed on the display 22 of the mobile terminal 140. The operation order input screen 400 is provided with a scheduled operation date input field 404, a medical department input field 406, an operation order input field 408, a confirmation button 410, and the like.

  The user can input the scheduled surgery date by clicking the scheduled surgery date input field 404 and displaying a date input screen (not shown). The entered scheduled surgery date is displayed in the scheduled surgery date input field 404. The clinical department input field 406 is a pull-down menu, and the user can input a medical department by clicking on the clinical department input field 406 and clicking on the clinical department to select it. The entered department is displayed in the department entry field 406.

  When the user inputs a new date in the scheduled surgery date input field 404 or a new clinical department in the clinical department input field 406, the transmission unit 10 displays the date displayed in the scheduled surgery date input field 404. An acquisition request is transmitted to the network server 110 via the PC main body 28 so as to transmit the operation order information including the clinical department displayed as the planned operation date and displayed in the clinical department input field 406. The network server 110 returns the requested operation order information to the portable terminal 140 via the PC main body 28. The surgical order acquisition unit 26 stores the received surgical order information in the storage unit 14. The display data generation unit 20 displays the operation start time, the patient name, and the operation method included in the operation order information stored in the storage unit 14 and displays a plurality of operation order information stored in the storage unit 14 in a list format. Display data is generated so as to be displayed in the operation order input field 408.

  When the user clicks one of the plurality of surgical order information displayed in the surgical order input field 408 with the stylus pen 24 and further clicks the confirm button 410, a confirmation screen 412 is displayed as shown in FIG. It is displayed on the order input screen 400 in an overlapping manner. The confirmation screen 412 is provided with an information display field 414, a yes button 418, and a no button 416. In the information display column 414, the patient ID, patient name, sex, age, and operating room name included in the surgical order information selected by the user in the surgical order input column 408 are displayed. Further, when the user clicks the No button 416 button, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data so as to close the confirmation screen 412 and display the operation order input screen 400. When the user clicks the Yes button 418, the display data generation unit 20 switches from the surgical order input screen 400 as shown in FIG. 8, and operates on the surgical order information selected by the user on the surgical order input screen 400. An execution input screen 450 is displayed.

  The execution input screen 450 is provided with an information display field 474, a tab area 452, an input completion button 472, and the like. In the information display field 474, the patient name, patient ID, and surgical technique included in the surgical order information selected by the user on the surgical order input screen 400 are displayed.

  When the time tab displayed in the tab area 452 on the execution input screen 450 is clicked by the user, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data to display the execution time input screen 453. On the execution time input screen 453, an in-room start input button 454, an in-room end input button 455, an in-room time display field 456, an anesthesia start input button 457, an anesthesia end input button 458, an anesthesia time display field 459, a surgical start input A button 460, an operation end input button 461, and an operation time display field 462 are provided.

  When the occupancy start input button 454 is clicked by the user, the execution information acquisition unit 18 receives an input of occupancy start. The implementation information acquisition unit 18 acquires the occupancy start time as implementation information indicating the implementation status of the implementation content related to the operation by acquiring the time when the input of the occupancy start is received from the timer 16. When acquiring the occupancy start time, the transmission unit 10 transmits the occupancy start time to the PC 120. The reception unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the occupancy start time transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmission unit 30 transmits the received occupancy start time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the occupancy start time in association with the operation order information in which the occupancy start is input. In addition, the display data generation unit 20 provides an occupancy start time display column 463 as shown in FIG. 9 instead of the occupancy start input button 454, and the acquired occupancy start time is displayed in the occupancy start time display column 463. Display data is generated for display.

  In addition, when the user clicks on the occupancy end input button 455, the execution information acquisition unit 18 receives an input of occupancy end. The implementation information acquisition unit 18 acquires the occupancy end time as implementation information by acquiring the time at which the occupancy end input is received from the timer 16. When the occupancy end time is acquired, the transmission unit 10 transmits the occupancy end time to the PC 120. The reception unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the occupancy end time transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmission unit 30 transmits the received occupancy end time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the occupancy end time in association with the operation order information to which the occupancy end is input. Further, the display data generating unit 20 provides an anesthesia end time display field 466 as shown in FIG. 9 instead of the anesthesia end input button 458, and displays the acquired in-room end time in the anesthesia end time display field 466. Generate display data. In addition, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that the difference between the occupancy end time and the occupancy start time is displayed in the occupancy time display field 456 as the occupancy time.

  When the anesthesia start input button 457 is clicked by the user, the execution information acquisition unit 18 receives an anesthesia start input. The execution information acquisition unit 18 acquires the anesthesia start time as the execution information by acquiring the time when the input of the start of anesthesia is received from the timer 16. When the anesthesia start time is acquired, the transmission unit 10 transmits the anesthesia start time to the PC 120. The receiving unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the anesthetic start time transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmitting unit 30 transmits the received anesthetic start time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the anesthesia start time in association with the operation order information in which the start of anesthesia is input. Further, the display data generation unit 20 provides an anesthesia start time display column 465 as shown in FIG. 9 instead of the anesthesia start input button 457, and displays the acquired anesthesia start time in the anesthesia start time display column 465. Generate display data. In the present embodiment, the start of anesthesia is defined as the start of surgery. For this reason, in the surgery schedule display system 100, the anesthesia start time is used as the surgery start time.

  When the anesthesia end input button 458 is clicked by the user, the execution information acquisition unit 18 receives an anesthesia end input. The implementation information acquisition unit 18 acquires an anesthesia end time as implementation information by acquiring the time at which an anesthesia end input is received from the timer 16. When the anesthesia end time is acquired, the transmission unit 10 transmits the anesthesia end time to the PC 120. The receiving unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the anesthetic end time transmitted from the portable terminal 140, and the transmitting unit 30 transmits the received anesthetic end time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the anesthesia end time in association with the operation order information in which the start of anesthesia is input. Further, the display data generation unit 20 provides an anesthesia end time display field 466 as shown in FIG. 9 instead of the anesthesia start input button 457, and displays the obtained anesthesia end time in the anesthesia end time display field 466. Generate display data.

  In the present embodiment, the end of anesthesia is defined as the end of surgery. For this reason, in the surgery schedule display system 100, the anesthesia end time is used as the surgery end time. The end of anesthesia is defined as the end of anesthesia awakening as an action item in surgery. For this reason, in the surgery schedule display system 100, the anesthesia end time is used as the anesthesia awakening end time. The display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that the difference between the anesthesia end time and the anesthesia start time is displayed in the anesthesia time display field 459 as an anesthesia time. In this embodiment, this anesthesia time is defined as an operation time. For this reason, in the surgery schedule display system 100, anesthesia time is utilized as surgery time.

  When the user clicks on the sword start input button 460, the execution information acquisition unit 18 receives an input for sword start. The execution information acquisition unit 18 acquires the time at which the operation start is received from the timer 16, thereby acquiring the operation start time as the execution information. When acquiring the cutting start time, the transmission unit 10 transmits the cutting start time to the PC 120. The receiving unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the cutting start time transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmitting unit 30 transmits the received cutting start time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the surgical start time in association with the surgical order information in which the surgical start is input. In addition, the display data generation unit 20 provides a surgical start time display column 467 as shown in FIG. 9 instead of the surgical start input button 460, and displays the acquired surgical start time in the surgical start time display column 467. Generate display data. In the present embodiment, the start of a surgical operation is defined as the end of anesthesia in anesthesia where an anesthesiologist performs anesthesia. For this reason, in the surgery schedule display system 100, the surgical start time is used as the anesthesia end time.

  In addition, when the user clicks on the end of surgical operation input button 461, the execution information acquisition unit 18 receives an input of the end of the surgical operation. The implementation information acquisition unit 18 acquires the time at which the operation end is received from the timer 16, thereby acquiring the operation end time as the implementation information. When acquiring the sword end time, the transmission unit 10 transmits the sword end time to the PC 120. The receiving unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the operating end time transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmitting unit 30 transmits the received operating end time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the operation end time in association with the operation order information in which the operation start is input. Further, the display data generation unit 20 provides a surgical end time display field 468 as shown in FIG. 9 instead of the surgical end input button 461, and displays the acquired surgical end time in the surgical end time display field 468. Generate display data. In addition, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that the difference between the sword end time and the sword start time is displayed in the sword time display field 462 as a sword time. In the present embodiment, the end of the operation is defined as the start of anesthesia awakening. For this reason, in the surgery schedule display system 100, the operating end time is used as the anesthesia awakening start time.

  Also, any of the occupancy start time display column 463, the occupancy end time display column 464, the anesthesia start time display column 465, the anesthesia end time display column 466, the operating start time display column 467, and the operating end time display column 468 is selected. When clicked by the user, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that the time correction screen 480 is displayed on the execution input screen 450 as shown in FIG.

  The time correction screen 480 includes a time input field 482, a minute input field 484, an increase / decrease button 486, a confirmation button 488, and the like. The user can input the correction time by clicking the time input field 482 or the minute input field 484 to enable the input, and further clicking the increase / decrease button 486. When the confirmation button 488 is clicked, the execution information acquisition unit 18 acquires the time displayed in the minute input field 484 and the minute input field 484 as the correction target time. When the correction time is acquired, the transmission unit 10 transmits the correction time to the PC 120. The receiving unit 32 of the PC 120 receives the correction time transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmission unit 30 transmits the received correction time to the network server 110. The storage unit 62 of the network server 110 stores the associated correction time in the operation order information in which the correction time is input. Accordingly, at a time different from the time when the execution of the execution item is started or ended, the in-room start input button 454, the in-room end input button 455, the anesthesia start input button 457, the anesthesia end input button 458, the surgical start input button 460, Even when any of the surgical end input buttons 461 is clicked, it is possible to correct the execution item at the actual start or end time.

  FIG. 11 is a diagram illustrating a state in which a part of the surgery is started and the result value display function is turned off in the schedule format screen 320 according to the first embodiment. The example shown in this figure represents the schedule format screen 320 at a time between 2 pm and 3 pm as can be seen from the current time line 330 displaying the current time.

  The display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that a check mark is added to the schedule column 328 corresponding to the operation order information in which the operation end time is input. In addition, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that an “x” mark is added to the schedule column 328 corresponding to the operation order information for which cancellation has been input. Thereby, the user can grasp | ascertain completion | finish and cancellation of surgery easily. Further, the display data generation unit 20 generates display data so that the direct edit button 327 of the schedule column 328 corresponding to the operation order information for which the operation end time has been input is deleted and the schedule column 328 is displayed. This suppresses editing of the operation order information of the operation that has been completed or stopped.

  When the result value display button 322 is clicked by the user in this state, the result display function is turned on as shown in FIG. 12, and the display data generation unit 42 displays the result display bar 332 on the schedule format screen 320. Display data is generated. The performance display bar 332 includes an anesthesia performance display bar 332a, a surgical performance display bar 332b, and an anesthesia awakening performance display bar 332c.

  The anesthesia performance display bar 332a is formed as a rectangle extending in the left-right direction with the anesthesia start time and the anesthesia end time or the anesthesia start time and the current time as both ends. The cutting result display bar 332b is formed as a rectangle extending in the left-right direction with the cutting start time and the cutting end time or the cutting start time and the current time as both ends. The anesthesia awakening display bar 332c is formed as a rectangle extending in the left-right direction with the anesthesia awakening start time and the anesthesia awakening end time, or the anesthesia awakening start time and the current time as both ends.

  The display data generation unit 20 displays the schedule field 328 and the anesthesia performance display bar 332a, the surgical performance display bar 332b, or the anesthesia awakening performance display bar 332c corresponding to the operation order information in the schedule field 328 on the same time axis. The display data is generated so as to be displayed in parallel below the schedule column 328. Accordingly, the user can confirm the scheduled operation start time or the scheduled operation end time and the operation start time or the operation end time of the operation item on the same time axis. Can be easily grasped.

  The result display bar 332 is formed as a rectangle extending in the left-right direction with the operation start time and the operation end time or the operation start time and the current time as both ends. The display data generation unit 20 displays the schedule column 328 and the operation result display bar 332 corresponding to the operation order information in the schedule column 328 in parallel with each other below the schedule column 328 on the same time axis. Generate display data. Accordingly, the scheduled operation start time or the scheduled operation end time and the operation start time or the operation end time can be confirmed on the same time axis, so that the user can easily grasp the schedule and results of the operation. .

  The display data generation unit 42 displays the schedule column 328 in a plurality of operating rooms and the result display bar 332 corresponding to each of the schedule columns 328 in the plurality of operating rooms in a format that simultaneously compares them. Generate data. Thereby, the user can grasp | ascertain easily the schedule and track record of the surgery in several operating rooms.

  FIG. 13 is a flowchart showing an operation procedure of the surgery schedule display system 100 according to the first embodiment.

  When the user inputs the operation order information such as the scheduled operation start time and the scheduled operation end time on the PC 120 (S11), the operation order acquisition unit 38 of the PC 120 acquires the operation order information input by the user (S12). When the surgical order information is acquired, the transmission unit 30 of the PC 120 transmits the surgical order information to the network server 110 (S13). The network server 110 receiving unit 64 receives the surgical order information transmitted from the PC 120, and the storage unit 62 stores the received surgical order information. Thus, the operation order information input by the user on the PC 120 is registered in the network server 110 (S14). Thus, the user can refer to the operation order information from the PC 120 or the mobile terminal 140 different from the input PC 120.

  The user can refer to the operation order information registered in the network server 110 by using the mobile terminal 140, and can input the execution information related to the referred operation order information. When the implementation information is input by the user (S15), the implementation information acquisition unit 18 of the mobile terminal 140 acquires the implementation information (S16). When the implementation information is acquired, the mobile terminal 140 transmission unit 10 transmits the implementation information to the PC 120. The PC 120 reception unit 32 receives the implementation information transmitted from the mobile terminal 140, and the transmission unit 30 transmits the received implementation information to the network server 110 (S17).

  The network server 110 receiving unit 64 receives the execution information transmitted from the PC 120, and the storage unit 62 stores the received execution information in association with the surgical order information. Thereby, the implementation information input by the user on the PC 120 is registered in the network server 110 (S18). Thereby, in the PC 120 and the portable terminal 140 connected to the network server 110, the user can refer to the operation order information and the execution information stored corresponding to the operation order information.

  When the schedule format designation button 262 is clicked by the user (S19), the transmission unit 30 performs an operation including the same scheduled surgery date as the date displayed in the date column 266 when the schedule format designation button 262 is clicked. An acquisition request is transmitted to the network server 110 to transmit the order information. In addition, the transmission unit 30 transmits an acquisition request to the network server 110 so as to transmit the implementation information stored corresponding to the operation order information requested to be transmitted. The network server 110 returns the corresponding operation order information and execution information to the PC 120 (S20). The receiving unit 32 receives the surgical order information and the execution information transmitted from the PC 120, and the storage unit 34 stores the received surgical order information and the execution information.

  The display data generation unit 42 generates a schedule field 328 as a scheduled time display having both the scheduled surgery start time and the scheduled surgery end time included in the surgery order information received from the network server 110. In addition, the display data generation unit 42 displays a performance display bar 332 as an operation time display having both the operation start time and operation end time or the operation start time and the current time included in the operation information received from the network server 110. Generate. The display data generation unit 42 generates display data so that the schedule column 328 and the result display bar 332 are displayed in parallel on the same time axis. The display 50 displays the generated display data (S21). Accordingly, the scheduled operation start time or scheduled operation end time and the operation start time or the operation end time can be confirmed on the same time axis, so that the user can easily grasp the schedule and results of the operation. .

(Second Embodiment)
FIG. 14 is a diagram showing a schedule format screen 320 according to the second embodiment. In the present embodiment, when the time from the operation start time to the operation end time is defined as the operation time, the calculation unit 36 performs (operating rate) = (one operating room in one operating room available time). The operation rate is calculated as (total operation time of surgery to be performed) / (available time of one operating room). Therefore, the calculating part 36 functions as an operation rate calculating part. By calculating the operating rate in this way, it is possible to manage the operating room by effectively using the acquired schedule information and execution information, and to enable efficient operation of the operating room.

  The display data generation unit 42 displays the display data so as to display the calculated operating rate of each operating room in the operating rate display column 334 provided around the right end of the corresponding operating room schedule column 326 of the operating room. Generate. Thereby, the user can grasp | ascertain an operation rate easily for every operating room. Note that the display data generation unit 42 may display the operation rate in the operation rate display column 334 when the operation end time is input in all of the operations scheduled in the operating room.

  The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and an appropriate combination of the elements of each embodiment is also effective as an embodiment of the present invention. Various modifications such as design changes can be added to each embodiment based on the knowledge of those skilled in the art, and embodiments to which such modifications are added can also be included in the scope of the present invention. Here are some examples.

  The surgical operation start time may be the surgical operation start time, and the surgical operation end time may be the surgical operation end time. The occupancy start time in the operating room may be the operation start time, and the occupancy end time may be the operation end time.

  The operation order information may include the scheduled execution start time and scheduled execution end time of the execution item in the operation. For example, the surgical order information may include anesthesia start scheduled time, anesthesia end scheduled time, surgical start scheduled time, surgical end scheduled time, anesthesia awakening start scheduled time, anesthesia awakening scheduled end time, and the like. In this case, the order registration screen 202 is provided with an input reception display of the scheduled execution start time and an input reception display of the scheduled execution end time for receiving input by the user of the scheduled execution start time and scheduled execution end time of the execution item in the operation. May be. As a result, for example, a schedule can be set in detail for each operation item such as a scheduled time for anesthesia, a scheduled time for operating anesthesia, and a scheduled time for anesthesia awakening, and a detailed surgical schedule can be created.

1 is an overall configuration diagram of an information management system including a surgery schedule display system according to a first embodiment. 1 is an overall configuration diagram of a surgery schedule display system according to a first embodiment. It is a figure which shows the order registration screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the list format screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the state before the start of all the surgery in the schedule format screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the surgery order input screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the state by which the confirmation screen was displayed on the surgery order input screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the implementation status input screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. In the implementation status input screen according to the first embodiment, the user clicks on an in-room start input button, an in-room end input button, an anesthesia start input button, an anesthesia end input button, a surgical start input button, and a surgical end input button. FIG. It is a figure which shows the state by which either the cutting start time display column and the cutting end time display column were clicked in the implementation status input screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the state from which some surgery was started and the performance value display function was turned off in the schedule format screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the state by which some surgery was started and the performance value display function was turned on in the schedule format screen which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows the operation | movement procedure of the surgery plan display system which concerns on 1st Embodiment. It is a figure which shows the schedule format screen which concerns on 2nd Embodiment.

Explanation of symbols

  18 execution information acquisition unit, 20 display data generation unit, 38 operation order acquisition unit, 40 execution information acquisition unit, 42 display data generation unit, 100 operation plan display system, 110 network server, 120 PC, 140 portable terminal, 202 order registration Screen, 268 List format screen, 320 Schedule format screen, 326 Schedule column for each operating room, 328 Schedule column, 332 Results display bar, 400 Surgery order input screen, 450 Implementation input screen.

Claims (5)

  1. An operation schedule input terminal for acquiring user input related to the scheduled operation time to be performed;
    An implementation input terminal for obtaining user input regarding the actual implementation time of the contents of the surgery;
    A schedule management server for managing the scheduled time and the implementation time;
    A schedule display terminal for displaying the scheduled time and the implementation time,
    The surgery schedule input terminal transmits the scheduled start time and scheduled end time of the surgery as the scheduled time to the schedule management server,
    The execution input terminal indicates the occupancy start time indicating the start of occupancy in the operating room and the occupancy end time indicating the end of occupancy, the anesthesia start time indicating the start of anesthesia, and the end of anesthesia as the execution time. Anesthesia ending time, a sword start time indicating the start of the sword and a sword end time indicating the sword end are transmitted to the schedule management server,
    The schedule management server holds the scheduled time and the execution time associated with the same operation in association with each other, and when the acquisition request is received from the schedule display terminal, The execution time is returned to the schedule display terminal,
    The schedule display terminal transmits an acquisition request to the schedule management server based on a user instruction, receives the scheduled time and the execution time from the schedule management server in response to the acquisition request, and receives the received implementation Based on the time, the difference between the start time and the end time of the anesthesia is the difference between the start time and the start time of the anesthesia, the difference between the start time and the end time of the operation is the operating time. An operation schedule display system that displays the scheduled time calculated and received as each time in a format that compares the calculated anesthesia time, operating time, and the execution time including the anesthesia awakening time .
  2.   The schedule display terminal displays a scheduled operation time for displaying the scheduled operation time from the scheduled start time to the scheduled end time of the operation in a graphic form, and displays the operation execution time determined based on the execution time in a graphic form. The operation schedule display system according to claim 1, wherein the operation time display is displayed in parallel in a coordinate system having the same time axis.
  3.   The schedule display terminal is a column for displaying a schedule of surgery in each of a plurality of operating rooms, and the same operation is performed in one of a plurality of operating room schedule columns arranged in parallel in a coordinate system having the same time axis. The operation schedule display system according to claim 2, wherein the operation time display and the operation time display are displayed in parallel.
  4. The execution input terminal transmits, as the execution time, at least one of an execution start time and an execution end time for each item included in the surgery to the schedule management server,
    The schedule display terminal displays a scheduled time display for displaying the scheduled surgery time from the scheduled start time to the scheduled end time in surgery as a graphic, and displays the implementation time of the item determined based on the performance time as a graphic The operation schedule display system according to claim 1, wherein the operation time display is displayed in parallel in a coordinate system having the same time axis.
  5. Items included in the surgery include anesthesia or anesthesia awakening,
    5. The operation plan according to claim 4, wherein the schedule display terminal displays an execution time display of anesthesia or anesthesia awakening and an operation execution time display side by side in a coordinate system having the same time axis. Display system.
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