BDI Personal Medical Assistant Agents: The Case of Trauma Tracking and Alerting


Angelo Croatti, Sara Montagna, Alessandro Ricci, Emiliano Gamberini, Vittorio Albarello, Vanni Agnoletti

Personal assistant agents can have an important role in healthcare as a smart technology to support physicians in their daily work, helping to tackle the increasing complexity of their task environment. In this paper we present and discuss a personal medical assistant agent technology for trauma documentation and management, based on the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) architecture. The purpose of the personal assistant agent is twofold: to assist the Trauma Team in doing precision tracking during a trauma resuscitation, so as to (automatically) produce an accurate documentation of the trauma, and to generate alerts at real-time, to be eventually displayed either on smart-glasses or room-display.

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 96, pages 187 - 197, 11 pages, May 2019, Elsevier Science B.V.
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year = 2019,
status = {Published},
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url = {https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0933365717306000},
month = {May},
issn = {0933-3657},
publisher = {Elsevier Science B.V.},
journal = {Artificial Intelligence in Medicine},
author = {Croatti, Angelo and Montagna, Sara and Ricci, Alessandro and Gamberini, Emiliano and Albarello, Vittorio and Agnoletti, Vanni},
title = {BDI Personal Medical Assistant Agents: The Case of Trauma Tracking and Alerting},
abstract = {Personal assistant agents can have an important role in healthcare as a smart technology to support physicians in their daily work, helping to tackle the increasing complexity of their task environment. In this paper we present and discuss a personal medical assistant agent technology for trauma documentation and management, based on the Belief-Desire-Intention (BDI) architecture. The purpose of the personal assistant agent is twofold: to assist the Trauma Team in doing precision tracking during a trauma resuscitation, so as to (automatically) produce  an accurate documentation of the trauma, and to generate alerts at real-time, to be eventually displayed either on smart-glasses or room-display.},
pages = {187 - 197},
volume = 96,
numpages = 11,
doi = {10.1016/j.artmed.2018.12.002}}

    

Publication

BDI Personal Medical Assistant Agents: The Case of Trauma Tracking and Alerting

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published  

— authors

Angelo Croatti, Sara Montagna, Alessandro Ricci, Emiliano Gamberini, Vittorio Albarello, Vanni Agnoletti

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original page

— DOI

10.1016/j.artmed.2018.12.002

— DBLP

journals/artmed/CroattiMRGAA19

— IRIS

11585/656127

— PubMed

30579672

— Scopus

2-s2.0-85058662276

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WOS:000472704800018

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0933-3657

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Croatti2019BDI
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article

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