Anaesthesiology on Internet
The Internet was created for military purposes. In the 70’s the US government decided to set up a system to control the possible military targets and to guarantee the possibility of National defense in the event of a nuclear attack by Russia. According to the project, several centers had to be connected by a computer system, assuming that, in the event of an attack against a US region, the other centers would be able to activate the missile launching procedures. With the introduction of new technologies, the military network became obsolete and was used to link universities for scientific purposes. Many other networks followed until an actual web was developed with world wide connections. Table 1 shows the various cabling systems created over the years.
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