Telemedicine : Medicine and Communication
Within the various aspects of life-science technologies medicine and information technology will change next millennium's quality-of-life fundamentally. Thanks to the rapid growth of telecommunication industry and the success and popularity of the internet the face of medicine will essentially change, because information technology is expected to play a major role in future health care systems. The conference MEDICOM 2000 is a discussion forum on fast and cost efficient patient-data exchange systems between doctors' offices, medical laboratories, telearchive services, health care insurances, highly specialized experts in hospitals etc. The conference brought together scientific, medical and application experts from university, clinical and commercial sites of both areas - medicine and communication - to stimulate synergy between these rapidly evolving future technologies. We would like to acknowledge all the parties who contributed to the success of the conference. Especially, we would like to thank Gisela Niedzwetzki and Waltraud Ott for secretarial support as well as Dirk Thomsen for web mastering. Additionally, we have to acknowledge the valuable support of Holger Dorle, Thomas Giese, Peter Just, Stefan Klockner, Heike Lahr and Kerstin Ltidtke-Buzug during the conference.
- Hardback | 213 pages
- 178 x 254 x 20.57mm | 1,480g
- 01 Jul 2001
- Springer Science+Business Media
- Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
- New York, NY, United States
- 2001 ed.
- XIV, 213 p.
Table of contents
Tele-imaging: Computer Supported Cooperative 3D Teleimaging in Java; H. Handels, et al. 3D Image Based Collaboration System for Telemedicine; T. Kobayashi, et al. Computer Mediated Communication of Medical Image Data: An Example from Cardiological Ultrasound Data; C. Wick, et al. Digital Image Communication in Radiotherapy; W.W. Baus, B. Kober. The Challenge of Telepathology; S. Seiwerth. Improvement of Fetal Diagnostics Using Telepathology; K.S. Wehrstedt, et al. Clinical Applications: Telearchiving for Craniosynostosis Research; M. Reicherts, et al. A Case Study for Digital Systems Integration and Telemedicine in the Management of Lung Cancer Treatment; N. Shastry, et al. Neurovisual Rehabilitation via the Internet; F. Schmielau, et al. Knowledge Management in Field of Radiology; D. Krechel. Platforms and Medical Networks: The Telemedicine Project of the Medical Service of the Bundeswehr; C. Otto. Integrated Health Care Within the Compound Network Bottrop; R. Feinen, et al. ONCONET: A Telematics Application Programme Projects Result; B. Blobel, et al. Integration Of TLS In An Internet/Intranet-based Application; L. Vorwerk, et al. Virtual Polyclinic; S. Loncaric, et al. Medical Data Transfer: The Next Generation Internet (NGI) for Telemedicine Applications; H. K. Huang. VESIMA-MED; F. Pramassing, et al. Standardisation and Data Compression: Applicability of Lossy Image Data Compression in Tele-Medicine; W. Stefanon, et al. Standardization of Image Collaboration Command Protocol for Tele-Medicine; S. Hara, T. Saito.
About Thorsten M. Buzug
Thorsten M. Buzug, Universität zu Lübeck, Institut für Medizintechnik.