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By N. Wynne-Carter, M. A. Walker, D. Bryce, J. L. Shearer (auth.), P. D. Coleridge Smith MA, BM, FRCS, J. H. Scurr BSc, FRCS (eds.)

This booklet relies at the complaints of the fourth clinical Microcomputer Workshop held on the Middlesex health center scientific university on 3-5 September 1986. The workshop was once attended by means of clinicians and computing device scientists with an curiosity in making use of machine expertise to present scientific perform. the issues ranged from audit and sufferer administration via to the extra advanced purposes of information research got from present diagnos­ tic concepts. the alternative of microcomputers hasn't ever been better with within your means making them on hand. A unmarried microcomputer has limita­ tions in scientific perform and using networks for multi-user projects has improved its potential yet elevated the complexity either by way of and the software program had to run it. even supposing accomplished advertisement programs can be found, none of those are completely compatible for scientific purposes with out amendment. some of the chapters awarded during this publication describe the issues encountered and the options accomplished by means of configuring and editing purposes software.

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