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TitleMicrocomputers in Medicine [electronic resource] / edited by P. D. Coleridge Smith, J. H. Scurr
ImprintLondon : Springer London : Imprint: Springer, 1988
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4471-1613-4
Descript X, 210 p. 29 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

This book is based on the proceedings of the fourth Medical Microcomputer Workshop held at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School on 3-5 September 1986. The workshop was attended by clinicians and computer scientists with an interest in applying computer technology to current medical practice. The problems ranged from audit and patient management through to the more complex applications of data analysis obtained from current diagnosยญ tic techniques. The choice of microcomputers has never been greater with low cost making them readily available. A single microcomputer has limitaยญ tions in clinical practice and the use of networks for multi-user tasks has expanded its capability but increased the complexity both in terms of hardware and the software needed to run it. Although comprehensive commercial packages are available, none of these are entirely suitable for medical applications without modification. Many of the chapters presented in this book describe the problems encountered and the solutions achieved by configuring and modifying applications software


CONTENT

1 A Generalised Approach to Clinical Audit, Patient Management and Research -- 2 Incorporating a Microcomputer in the Surgical Office -- 3 Surgical Audit Using dBaseII -- 4 The Development of an Operation Mortality Index on Microcomputers -- 5 The Development of a Distributed Surgical Audit System -- 6 Computerised Analysis of Vascular Laboratory Data -- 7 Microcomputer-Assisted Analysis of Audiological Test Data -- 8 A Microcomputer-Based System for the Assessment of Postoperative Fatigue -- 9 Computerised Planning of Orthognathic Surgery -- 10 Computerised Total Parenteral Nutrition -- 11 Computer-Simulated Medical Emergencies: Teaching Programs for Undergraduate Education


Medicine Health informatics Medicine & Public Health Health Informatics



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