Patient Data Management
Without much coordination, individual computer installations were developed in those departments where either the quantity of data is great (e.g. ICU, Radiology), or the working processes are easy to standardize (e.g. Administration, Laboratory). In Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care most of the solutions developed from research projects or pilot mstallations, maintained with extensive manpower and adapted to the special requirements of a department. The individuality expressed prevents application to other hospitals.
KeywordsData Management Intensive Care Medicine Current Profile Patient Data Management System Shift Profile
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