Medical Informatics, Telematics: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference

Medical Informatics, Telematics: Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference : Medicine Meets Virtual Reality

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This volume offers papers on many aspects of electronic technology in healthcare. Core areas covered include imaging, simulation, visualization, data networks, sensors, robotics and displays. Medical applications include information-guided surgery, education and procedural training, telemedicine, immersive environments, stereoscopic projection, diagnostic tools, rehabilitation and augmented reality. The papers describe both completed projects and developments in ongoing research. The book is a collection of papers of the 10th annual "Medicine Meets Virtual Reality" conference (January 2002). This volume should prove useful as a resource for computer scientists working in medical context, and for creators of data-focused products for clinical care, medical education and procedural training.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 550 pages
  • 167.6 x 243.8 x 35.6mm | 1,133.99g
  • IOS Press
  • IOS Press,US
  • Amsterdam, United States
  • English
  • 1586032038
  • 9781586032036

Table of contents

A legal framework for security in European healthcare telematics; AI in medicine; advanced infrastructures for future healthcare; advances in medical informatics - results of the AIM exploratory action; advances in health telematics education - a Nightingale perspective; assessment and evaluation of information technologies in medicine; blood pressure and heart rate variability; bone research in biomechanics; building regional health care networks in Europe; case mix - global views, local actions; evolution in 20 countries; case studies of security problems and their solutions; case-based telematic systems; towards equity in healthcare; computer analysis of cardiovascular signals; computer-based support for clinical guidelines and protocols; contemporary perspectives in three-dimensional biomedical imaging; data security for healthcare - user guidelines; data security for healthcare - management guidelines; data security for healthcare - technical guidelines; education and training for health informatics in Europe; state of the art - guidelines - applications; electro-physiological kinesiology; European neurological network; frontiers of blood pressure and heart rate analysis; future of health technology; gerontechnology; a sustainable investment in the future; global healthcare grid; medicine meets virtual reality - handbook of telemedicine; health cards '95; health cards '97; health telematics education; health telematics for clinical guidelines and protocols; health and medical informatics education in Europe; health in the new communications age; healthcare telematics for the 21st century; healthcare card systems; EUROCARDS concerted action results and recommandations; healthcare in the information age - medicine meets virtual reality; ICNP and telematic applications for nurses in Europe; ICNP in Europe - telenurse; implementing secure healthcare telematics applications in Europe - the ISHTAR consortium; information exchange for medical devices; information technology strategies from the United States and the European Union - transferring research to practice for healthcare improvement; interactive technology and the new paradigm for healthcare; internet, telematics and health; knowledge and decisions in health telematics; low vision; mathematical modelling in medicine; MedInfo 2001; medical imaging; analysis of multimodality 2D/3D images; medical infobahn for Europe; medical informatics Europe '96; medical informatics Europe '99; Medicine meets virtual reality - art, science, technology - healthcare (r)evolution; medicine meets virtual reality 2000 - envisioning healing, interactive technology and the patient-practioner dialogue; medicine meets virtual reality 2001 - outer space, inner space, virtual space (part contents)show more