Personal Computers: a Medical Scientist’s Review

  • Alan N. Peiris
  • Steven R. Krogull
Part of the M. D. Computing: Benchmark Papers book series (MD COMPUTING)


Ease of use, ready access, increasing sophistication, and the ability to retain personal control over data: all these factors have led to proliferation of personal-computer applications for the accumulation and analysis of medical and scientific data. The capacity to collect, classify, update, and display data, as well as the ability to store and retrieve this data at high speeds, has resulted in extensive hospital and laboratory use of computers.


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© Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1987

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  • Alan N. Peiris
  • Steven R. Krogull

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