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ID number:856118
Published: 01.12.2003.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 1 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    3
  MedlinePlus    4
  "Any Questions? MEDLINE Has Answers"    5
  The Consumer Health Information service (CHIS)    6
  VMS Home doctor    7
  Conclusions    8
  Literature    9

Diagnostics and therapy computer systems introduced in the market not long ago have become quite popular because of their effectiveness and ease of operation. These systems have a lot of advantages when compared to conventional manual and device-based methods used in diagnostics and therapy. Medical software allows the user to automate a variety of critical tasks:
Gathering patient data
Diagnostics of body organs and functions
Processing diagnostics results
Choosing the best therapy
Managing patient records
Modern computer systems are capable of carrying out express diagnostics of the whole body and ordering the optimal therapy within a short period of time. The user of a computer system usually does not to need to have a thorough understanding of the clinical methods being applied, since the program performs the bulk of the analysis and interpretation tasks automatically. …

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