VINSIA: Visual Navigator for Surgical Information Access

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VINSIA: Visual Navigator for Surgical Information Access


GQ Zhang
1
, PhD, Lingyun Luo
1
, PhD, James Rowbottom
2
, MD, John Craker
2
, MSN, Rong Xu
1
, PhD

1
Case Western Reserve University,
2
University Hospitals Case Medical Center, OH 44106

Abstract

We

present

a

graphical,

anatomy
-
driven

navigation

interface

called

VINSIA

for

information

delivery

at

the

point

of

care
.

VINSIA

has

been

developed

by

expanding

Semantic

MediaWiki

(SMW

[
1
])

to

organize

and

classify

information

using

four

axes
:

Anatomy,

Location,

Topic

and

User
.

These

axes

provide

the

building

blocks

for

faceted

information

access
:

any

content

item

in

VINSIA

can

be

accessed

through

any

facet

with

limited

need

for

entering

a

search

term
.

Preliminary

testing

of

a

pilot

site

demonstrates

the

feasibility

and

advantages

of

VINSIA

for

high
-
precision,

quick

navigation

to

targeted

content

items
.

Methods

Extension

Conclusion

Information in VINSIA is categorized into four axes:

Anatomy, Location, Topic and User. The Anatomy axis

captures the anatomical hierarchy based e.g. on FMA. The

Location axis captures physical locations in a hospital setting

where the information is used or needed. The Topic

axis captures the specific types of information. Finally the

User axis captures a hierarchy of user permissions for

access control.

We use Semantic MediaWiki [1] as the background

framework for implementing the axes.

1. Click heart area

2. Cleck the Cardiac Valves picture

3. Click Aortic valve

4. Select topic

"Clinical Management"

VINSIA

provides

a

high
-
precision,

visual,

anatomy

based

navigation

interface

for

clinicians

in

perioperative

and

critical

care

environments
.

The

efficiency

of

VINSIA

is

measured

by

the

total

number

of

primitive

computer

interactions

(key

strokes

and

mouse

drags

or

clicks)
.

VINSIA

is

also

semanticdriven

because

of

its

Semantic

MediaWiki

implementation

environment
.

Importing

high

quality

content

into

VINSIA

is

a

critical

prerequisite

for

fulfilling

its

function
.

To

support

this,

VINSIA

provides

an

interactive

interface

for

qualified

users

to

upload

contents

and

tag

them

with

categories

in

every

facet
.


For example, to access contents specifically
on aortic valve, one clicks the “heart” on the
“human body”, followed by the click
sequence “cardiac valves” → “aortic
valve”
→ “clinical management”

(Figure 2).
This access mode only involves mouse
clicking without any typing.

Figure 2: Anatomy Navigation System

Figure 6: Lungs page

Figure 3: Categories

Figure 4: Upload file to different categories

Location

Anatomy

Topic

User Log In
System

User
Management

Information
Upload

Information
Access

Figure 1: Structure

Another way to get information in specific categories are by
Category Search, as illustrated in Figure 5 below:

Figure 5: Category search

Except for Heart, the same procedure can be extended to other
anatomies, Below is the Lungs page:

References

[
1
]

http
:
//www
.
semantic
-
mediawiki
.
org

[
2
]

Clinical

Reference

Sources

at

the

Point

of

Care,

Has

the

Dream

been

realized?

AMIA

2010

Annual

Symposium

Roundtable
.