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The present work describes a technology transfer project called HIPCOM devoted to the re-engineering of the process used by a medical devices manufacturer to design custom-made hip prostheses. Although it started with insufficient support from the end-user management, a very tight scheduling and...
Personal and medical data processed by Healthcare Information Systems must be protected against unauthorized access, modification and withholding. Security measures should be selected to provide the required level of protection in a cost-efficient manner. This is only feasible if specific...
Objective . A new medium - World Wide Web (WWW) - has grown rapidly over the last few years. It provides opportunities for development of new educational tools and facilitates learning through interactivity, self-paced study and easy access. The aim of this project was to devise an educational...
A number of claims are made for computerized patient data management systems (PDMS) which make them of interest to medical and nursing staff who wish to optimize patient care. Comparatively little has beenpublished concerning cost effectiveness of these systems. In this article a financial case...
The poor contrast detectability of mammography can be dealt with by domain specific software visualization tools. Remote desktop client access and time performance limitations of a previously reported visualization tool are addressed, aiming at more efficient visualization of mammographic image...
Two methodologies, feature and classifier fusion, for the problem of computerized 12-lead electrocardiogram classification, are investigated. Firstly, the entire classification problem is subdivided into a number of smaller bi-dimensional ones. By employing bi-group Neural Network classifiers,...
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