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Pharmacy Workstation & Shelves. Preliminary Design Review ECE 4007, L03 AK November 1 st , 2011. Georgia Institute of Technology School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Austin Hurd , Jordan Lanciault , Pujita Vijayvargiya , and Dean Webb. Pharmacy Workstation & Shelves.

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preliminary design review ece 4007 l03 ak november 1 st 2011

Pharmacy Workstation & Shelves

Preliminary Design Review

ECE 4007, L03 AK

November 1st, 2011

Georgia Institute of Technology

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Austin Hurd, Jordan Lanciault, PujitaVijayvargiya, and Dean Webb

pharmacy workstation shelves
Pharmacy Workstation & Shelves

Cabinets/Shelves

Central Station

overview pharmacy workstation
Overview – Pharmacy Workstation

Why

  • Easy, efficient, and accurate
  • Low cost alternative

Who

  • Pharmacists
  • Nurses

Cost

  • Low cost digital and analog components
  • Approximately $405
proposed design
Proposed Design

Central Station

  • eBOX 3300 running Windows CE
  • eBOX directly interfaces with an m-bed micro controller

Shelf

  • Customizable module
  • Receives data using a PIC
  • Each module connected to a I2C bus
central station
Central Station
  • eBOX connected to
    • Touch screen display
    • Barcode Reader
    • RFID Reader
    • M-bed
  • Pillbox Placement Section
  • Discard Basket
  • Collection Basket
cabinet and shelves
Cabinet and Shelves
  • Common bus for each shelf
  • Modules containing:
    • LED
    • 7-Seg
    • Pushbutton
hardware flow workstation
Hardware Flow - Workstation

touchscreen

Antenna

433-Mhz Transceiver

barcode reader

eBOX3300

mbed

RFID reader

original cabinet model
Original Cabinet Model

Fixed positioning

Poor connectivity

Not modular

Not expandable

hardware flow shelves
Hardware Flow - Shelves

Antenna

433-Mhz Transceiver

Med Module PICs

Cabinet PIC

Header Pins

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Medication Module

Data

Clk

V+

Gnd

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

SCAN PATIENT PILLBOX TO START OR TYPE IN PATIENT ID

PATIENT ID:

1003

medicine list
Medicine List

1003 David Buck Sophie 0012,0015 11 Belton St., Atlanta GA, 31153

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Patient ID: 1003

Patient Name: David Buck

Assigned Nurse: Sophie

Address: 11 Belton St., Atlanta GA, 31153

PLEASE COLLECT MEDICINES FROM LIT UP CABINETS. SCAN MEDICINE OR TYPE MEDICINE ID TO PROCEED

MEDICINE ID:

0012

DONE

BACK

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Medicine ID: 0012

Medicine Name: Lanoxin

Time: As Needed

Dose: 250 mg

6 am

9 am

12 pm

6 pm

9 pm

As needed

PLACE MEDICINE IN PILLBOX AS INDICATED. SCAN NEXT MEDICINE OR TYPE MEDICINE ID TO PROCEED

MEDICINE ID:

DONE

BACK

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Not Finished!

Please retrieve the medicines from marked cabinets and hit continue.

CONTINUE

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Medicine ID: 0012

Medicine Name: Lanoxin

Time: As Needed

Dose: 250 mg

6 am

9 am

12 pm

6 pm

9 pm

As needed

PLACE MEDICINE IN PILLBOX AS INDICATED. SCAN NEXT MEDICINE OR TYPE MEDICINE ID TO PROCEED

MEDICINE ID:

0019

DONE

BACK

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Wrong Medicine!

Please place in the Discard Basket and hit continue.

CONTINUE

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Medicine ID: 0012

Medicine Name: Lanoxin

Time: As Needed

Dose: 250 mg

6 am

9 am

12 pm

6 pm

9 pm

As needed

PLACE MEDICINE IN PILLBOX AS INDICATED. SCAN NEXT MEDICINE OR TYPE MEDICINE ID TO PROCEED

MEDICINE ID:

0015

DONE

BACK

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Medicine ID: 0015

Medicine Name: Bumetanide

Time: 9 am, 12 pm, 9 pm

Dose: 250 mg

6 am

9 am

12 pm

6 pm

9 pm

As needed

PLACE MEDICINE IN PILLBOX AS INDICATED. SCAN NEXT MEDICINE OR TYPE MEDICINE ID TO PROCEED

MEDICINE ID:

DONE

BACK

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PHARMACY WORKSTATION

Done with this patient.

Hit continue to scan the next pill box.

CONTINUE

achievements
Achievements
  • User Interface
    • Patient Information
    • Medicine Information
  • Hardware
    • PIC controls seven segment displays
    • Mbed control of I2C interface
challenges
Challenges

I2C Communication with PICs

Reverse engineering existing medication modules

Creating an intuitive experience

future deadlines milestones
Future Deadlines & Milestones

5th November: Install Windows CE on eBOX

12th November: Wireless data communication

15th November: Interface RFID reader

17th November: Medicine module board

24th November: Working prototype

future applications
Future Applications

Larger Networking

More Aesthetic Structure

Increased Durability

Structural Improvements

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Source: http://www.todayshospitalist.com/index.php?b=articles_read&cnt=281