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Requirements and Interaction Patterns for a Novel Interaction Device for Patients in Intensive Care

Börge Kordts / Jan Patrick Kopetz / Adrienne Henkel / Andreas Schrader / Nicole Jochems
Published Online: 2019-04-16 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/icom-2019-0004

Abstract

Intensive care patients that are weaned from mechanical ventilation are facing substantial physical and psychical stress. Due to the breathing tube, they often cannot voice their basic needs adequately. Possible consequences, amongst other complications, are a prolonged healing process and a delirium. To address this issue and support patient communication in intensive care, we provide a solution tailored to patients that are dealing with limited cognitive and physiological abilities, hindering them to use traditional devices efficiently. For this purpose, we develop a novel interaction device tailored to the special situation of in-bed interaction.

In this paper, we present key requirements for the device, which are relevant to the interaction itself as well as possible interaction gestures that may be performed with the device. The basis for this is a human-centered design process consisting of a comprehensive user and context analysis, as well as a requirements analysis. As a result, we identified three categories relevant for the interaction, namely look and feel, sensors, and actuators. The results of the requirement analysis were precise enough to start the actual development process of the device.

Keywords: Intensive Care Unit; Mechanical Ventilation; Weaning; Human-Computer Interaction; Ambient Computing; Human Centered Design; Augmentative and Alternative Communication

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About the article

Börge Kordts

Börge Kordts (PhD student, M.Sc. in Computer Science) is a researcher and member of the Ambient Computing Group at the Institute of Telematics (ITM) of the University of Lübeck. His research interests include human computer interaction in smart spaces, accessibility, and digital healthcare.

Jan Patrick Kopetz

Jan Patrick Kopetz (PhD student, M.Sc. in Media Informatics) is a researcher at the Institute for Multimedia and Interactive Systems (IMIS) of the University of Lubeck. His research interests include human computer interaction, new interaction devices, mobile media, augmented reality, and digital healthcare.

Adrienne Henkel

Adrienne Henkel (M.Sc. Health and Nursing Science) is a research assistant at the Institute for Social Medicine and Epidemiology (ISE), University of Lubeck. Her research interests include clinical nursing research and digital technologies in healthcare, especially in nursing.

Andreas Schrader

Andreas Schrader (PhD in Computer Science) is a Professor for Ambient Computing and head of the Ambient Computing Working Group at the Institute of Telematics (ITM) at the University of Lübeck. His research interests include human interaction in smart spaces with a special focus on frameworks for the development of ambient health systems.

Nicole Jochems

Nicole Jochems (PhD in Engineering) is a Professor for Media Informatics and Head of the Media Informatics Programme at the Institute for Multimedia and Interactive Systems (IMIS) of the University of Lubeck. Her research interests include methods in the area of human-centerd design, age-specific design, virtual- and augmented reality, and digital healthcare.


Published Online: 2019-04-16

Published in Print: 2019-04-26


Funding Source: Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung

Award identifier / Grant number: 16SV7689

This publication is part of the research project “ACTIVATE” financed by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF, under Grant No. 16SV7689) and promoted by VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH.


Citation Information: i-com, Volume 18, Issue 1, Pages 67–78, ISSN (Online) 2196-6826, ISSN (Print) 1618-162X, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/icom-2019-0004.

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