About pediatric bedside monitoring data
STARR data lake has integrated historical patient monitoring data from Stanford Children's Hospital. Specifically, the high density data from Philips Patient Information Center iX (PIC iX) patient monitoring hospital surveillance system. PIC iX devices capture patient vitals such as Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, Pulse Oximetry (SpO2), and Electrocardiogram (ECG). We get data from ~500 LPCH beds from units such as Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Operating Room (OR), and Emergency Department (ED).
LPCH clinical systems stores about 38 weeks of data. The data is archived to STARR where it is available for downstream research. STARR now has all data, metadata and waveform, since the launch of PIC iX since 2017.
Documentation of bedside monitoring data
Following documents are part of the dataset release:
- Metadata dictionary: This metadata dictionary is useful for researchers who are submitting grants or in exploratory state. This g-sheet is publicly accessible.
- User guide: This document is useful for project managers and researchers who want to know more about how to access the datasets and associated resources available. You need a SUNetID to access the user guide.
- Technical Specification: This document is useful for end users of the data who have access to the data. You need a SUNetID to access the technical specification.
- Manuscript: Please review the pre-print manuscript, specifically the method section. This manuscript describes the data transformation process from raw to processed.
Access pediatric bedside monitoring data
Following data are accessible via a data service consultation request:
- Identified or de-identified bedside monitoring data (using MRNs, datatimes etc)
- A human subject data (either identified or de-identified) is accessible with an approved IRB.
- A limited data set is accessible with an approved eprotocol.
- Cohort identification using STARR Tools or OMOP.
- Linked EHR data from OMOP or Stanford data model (STARR Tools data model).
Following data are accessible via self-service:
- A subset of bedside data is available as de-identified non-human subject data. These data are linkable to the de-identified OMOP data.