A Review of Referring Systematic Diet and Exercise for Patient Monitoring System
Intensive care occupies an important position in the modern medical system. Medical staff in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU)are confronted with large volumes of continuous data from quite a lot of physiological sources which require interpretation as patients are admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for the management of a wide variety of severe illnesses and diseases. Though Advancements in technology are improving the quality and quantity of physiological measurement data available in ICUs, it is very necessary to recognise that the patient’s data must be extracted and organised to become useful information, and then an expert team must infer this information before it becomes knowledge for diagnostic and/or therapeutic purposes. Varieties of computer-based analytic techniques has been developed and are still being developed. Our aim must be to introduce these techniques and methods and to discuss their potential for clinical applications in the intensive care unit (ICU).