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Pediatric Multiphasic Program: Preliminary Description

Pediatric Multiphasic Program: Preliminary Description Abstract THE pediatric multiphasic program has been in operation at the offices of the Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, San Francisco, since February 1967. "Multiphasic screening" has been defined as the administration of several screening tests at one visit.1 The concept of multiple screening tests has been accepted for many years, and the history of the concept has been described and its current modifications noted by J. M. G. Wilson.2 The many technological advances that have enhanced computer applications in medicine in recent years have made multiphasic testing feasible. M. F. Collen and associates3 describe in detail the rationale and methods of the automated multiphasic screening program for disease detection among adults. The success of the periodic multiphasic health examination of adults, available at KaiserPermanente since 1951,4,5 made an extension of the program into pediatric age groups both practical and logical. The pediatric multiphasic program combines References 1. A Report of the Subcommittee on Health of the Elderly to the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate: Detection and Prevention of Chronic Disease Utilizing Multiphasic Health Screening Techniques, Dec 30, 1966. 2. Wilson, J.M.G.: Multiple Screening , Lancet 2: 51-54 ( (July 13) ) 1963.Crossref 3. Collen, M.F., et al: Automated Multiphasic Screening and Diagnosis , Amer J Public Health 54: 741-750 ( (May) ) 1964.Crossref 4. Collen, M.F.: Periodic Health Examinations Using an Automated Multitest Laboratory , JAMA 195:830-833 ( (March 7) ) 1966.Crossref 5. Collen, M.F.: The Multitest Laboratory in Health Care of the Future , Hospitals 41:119-125 ( (May 1) ) 1967. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Diseases of Children American Medical Association

Pediatric Multiphasic Program: Preliminary Description

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1969 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
0002-922X
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1969.02100040471009
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Abstract

Abstract THE pediatric multiphasic program has been in operation at the offices of the Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Foundation Hospital, San Francisco, since February 1967. "Multiphasic screening" has been defined as the administration of several screening tests at one visit.1 The concept of multiple screening tests has been accepted for many years, and the history of the concept has been described and its current modifications noted by J. M. G. Wilson.2 The many technological advances that have enhanced computer applications in medicine in recent years have made multiphasic testing feasible. M. F. Collen and associates3 describe in detail the rationale and methods of the automated multiphasic screening program for disease detection among adults. The success of the periodic multiphasic health examination of adults, available at KaiserPermanente since 1951,4,5 made an extension of the program into pediatric age groups both practical and logical. The pediatric multiphasic program combines References 1. A Report of the Subcommittee on Health of the Elderly to the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate: Detection and Prevention of Chronic Disease Utilizing Multiphasic Health Screening Techniques, Dec 30, 1966. 2. Wilson, J.M.G.: Multiple Screening , Lancet 2: 51-54 ( (July 13) ) 1963.Crossref 3. Collen, M.F., et al: Automated Multiphasic Screening and Diagnosis , Amer J Public Health 54: 741-750 ( (May) ) 1964.Crossref 4. Collen, M.F.: Periodic Health Examinations Using an Automated Multitest Laboratory , JAMA 195:830-833 ( (March 7) ) 1966.Crossref 5. Collen, M.F.: The Multitest Laboratory in Health Care of the Future , Hospitals 41:119-125 ( (May 1) ) 1967.

Journal

American Journal of Diseases of ChildrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1969

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