PRACTICAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF DATA PREPROCESSING AND GEOSPATIAL MEASURES FOR OPTIMIZING THE NEUROLOGICAL AND OTHER PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES MANAGEMENT
Alexander Wandschneider and
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Ionela Maniu: Research and Telemedicine Center in Neurological Diseases in Children; Pediatric Clinical Hospital Sibiu; “Lucian Blaga” University, Sibiu, Romania
Alexander Wandschneider: UPU-SMURD Sibiu; “Lucian Blaga” University student, Sibiu, Romania
Bogdan Neamtu: Research and Telemedicine Center in Neurological Diseases in Children; Pediatric Clinical Hospital Sibiu; “Lucian Blaga” University, Sibiu, Romania
SEA - Practical Application of Science, 2017, issue 14, 305-311
Time management, optimal and timed determination of emergency severity as well as optimizing the use of available human and material resources are crucial areas of emergency services. A starting point for achieving these optimizations can be considered the analysis and preprocess of real data from the emergency services. The benefits of performing this method consist in exposing more useful structures to data modelling algorithms which consequently will reduce overfitting and improves accuracy. This paper aims to offer practical recommendations for data preprocessing measures including feature selection and discretization of numeric attributes regarding age, duration of the case, season, period, week period (workday, weekend) and geospatial location of neurological and other pediatric emergencies. An analytical, retrospective study was conducted on a sample consisting of 933 pediatric cases, from UPU-SMURD Sibiu, 01.01.2014 – 27.02.2017 period.
Keywords: Prehospital care; Pediatric; Neurologic emergencies; Geospatial location; Emergency services (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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