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Modern problems of technical progress and methodological support in medicine
Author(s): Victor V. Novyc'kyy; Ulyana B. Lushchyk
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Paper Abstract

A rapid development of modern computer technologies gave a powerful incentive to technical progress as a whole and to medical equipment in particular. A range of medical diagnostic computer-based systems has recently appeared. There are various fields these techniques are used in: roentgenology, ultrasound diagnostic, neurophysiology, angiology etc. The advantages of the use of computer interface are undoubted: it gives possibility to enhance the functioning of the system itself, speed up all technological processes, carry out a reliable and easy archivation and exchange the information obtained. But the most important advantage of using PC in diagnostic system lies in an unlimited freedom of use mathematical algorithms and flexible mathematical models for processing information obtained. On the other hand, the absence of clinical techniques for interpretation of the data obtained is an obstacle to the use of software at its full potential. As a result, a close connection of a scientific development of hardware with high-informative techniques for clinical interpretation of the instrumental data obtained has become topical as never before. We see an optimal solution in introducing the interpretation patterns in conjunction with purely numerical computations into mathematical simulations.

Paper Details

Date Published: 12 June 2001
PDF: 3 pages
Proc. SPIE 4425, Selected Papers from the International Conference on Optoelectronic Information Technologies, (12 June 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.429711
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Victor V. Novyc'kyy, Istyna Scientific Methodological Medical Ultrasound Ctr. (Ukraine)
Ulyana B. Lushchyk, Istyna Scientific Methodological Medical Ultrasound Ctr. (Ukraine)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4425:
Selected Papers from the International Conference on Optoelectronic Information Technologies
Sergey V. Svechnikov; Volodymyr P. Kojemiako; Sergey A. Kostyukevych, Editor(s)

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