Eveline Mestrom is a PhD candidate at the Signal Processing Systems group (department of Electrical Engineering) and member of the Eindhoven Medical Technology and Inovation Center (e/MTIC). Her research is focused on early clinical deterioration detection. In collaboration with data scientists from TUe and technical experts from Philips, she studies the combination of remote wireless monitoring technology and prediction models in the clinical setting of the Catharina Hospital to support better clinical decision support.
Eveline Mestrom studied Medicine at Maastricht University and obtained her degree in 2012. After discovering that the Intensive Care Unit was the place to be for her, she started her training to become an internist-intensivist. Currently, this training is pauzed since she started as a PhD candidate via Eindhoven Medical Technology and Innovation Center. Her PhD will be performed at the department of Signal Processing Systems as well as in the Catharina Hospital, in collaboration with Philips Research.
The Accuracy of Wrist-Worn Photoplethysmogram-Measured Heart and Respiratory Rates in Abdominal Surgery PatientsJMIR Perioperative Medicine (2023)
A wearable patch based remote early warning score (REWS) in major abdominal cancer surgery patientsEuropean Journal of Surgical Oncology (2023)
Quality Improvement in the Preoperative EvaluationMedicina (2022)
Advanced practice providers versus medical residents as leaders of rapid response teamsPLoS ONE (2022)
Accuracy of vital parameters measured by a wearable patch following major abdominal cancer surgeryEuropean Journal of Surgical Oncology (2022)
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