Acubase: Fundamentals and Perspectives

  • G. Tulli
  • G. Bocconi
  • R. Oggioni
  • E. Messeri
  • V. Mangani
  • A. Veneziani
  • R. Iamello


Acubase, a product developed by two young intensive care specialists: Mark Palazzo and John Vogel and reahzed by Clinical Information System Inc. (CIS) in Seattle (USA), is a clinical data management, research and decision system for health care professionals in the adult and pediatric intensive care units.


Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Injury Severity Score Daily Data Abbreviate Injury Scale Acute Physiology Score 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Tulli
  • G. Bocconi
  • R. Oggioni
  • E. Messeri
  • V. Mangani
  • A. Veneziani
  • R. Iamello

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