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Medical Informatics

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  • Such a twofold action is necessary in order both to bring solutions, even partial, in the short term, and to allow for the convergence, in the long term, of the standards developed by independent standardization groups in medical informatics (e.g., those within Technical Committee 251 of CEN: Comité Européen de Normalisation) [3].
  • A medical informatics search was performed to identify all hospitalized patients who were prescribed i.v. iron sucrose to deliver elemental iron 300 mg every other day for three doses between January and December 2002 [4].
  • The Section on Medical Expert and Knowledge-Based Systems at the Department of Medical Computer Sciences of the University of Vienna Medical School [2].
  • Integrating learning contexts in a medical informatics program--preparing for the introduction of PACS [5].
  • In this contribution recommendations for education and training in Medical Informatics as they have been formulated end 1987 by the Subcommittee Medical Informatics of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences are described [6].

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