|Statement||Ontario Minstry of Health.|
|Contributions||Ontario. Ministry of Health.|
|LC Classifications||RC 683.5 E5 C735 1981, RC683.5E5 C63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||75 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
This is an excellent, useful book for those who want to use a computer for literary criticism. The book goes over the history of the subject to show how it was done in the past to overcome certain problems that arose when computers were less powerful, but then the book also describes and walks one through a new system that is “state of the art” for literary by: computer-assisted interpretation of electrocardiograms in asymptomatic adults. METHODS A limited literature search was conducted on key resources including PubMed, The Cochrane. The new book from the author of the original classic text Hurst's the Heart! This innovative reference supplies a system for interpreting individual electrocardiograms (EKGs) based on fundamental principles of electrocardiography and vector concepts, rather than relying on a physician's ability to recollect the shapes and patterns of a multitude of by: No relevant health technology assessments, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomized controlled trials, non-randomized studies, or evidence-based guidelines were identified regarding computer-assisted interpretation of electrocardiograms in asymptomatic adults.
Computerized interpretation of the electrocardiogram (CIE) was introduced to improve the correct interpretation of the electrocardiogram (ECG), facilitating Cited by: This research investigated the effect of computer-assisted test interpretation (CATI) on physicians' readings of electrocardiograms (ECGs). The authors used an experimental method based on direct observations of 22 cardiologists, each reading 80 ECGs, for a total of 1, (of which 1, were used in the study).Cited by: The use of the digital computer in the interpretation of electrocardiograms seems to offer assistance especially to the non-cardiologist physician. To test this thesis, a 3-year project was undertaken to write a workable program, test its validity, and establish its usefulness in a private non-university by: The computer interpretation (CI) is now a familiar part of an ECG to most providers. The addition of CI to the readings of ECGs has been offered as a way to improve physicians’ readings and to reduce medical errors. , Considerable research has compared the .
The purpose of this research was to determine the frequency and factors affecting disagreement between pediatric cardiologist (MD1 or MD2) and the computer-assisted interpretation (CAI) of pediatric electrocardiograms from patients with heart disease (HD, n = ) or normal heart (n = ).Cited by: 4. Computer-assisted interpretation of electrocardiograms offers theoretical benefits to rural physicians. This study compared computer-assisted interpretations by a rural physician certified to read ECGs with interpretations by the computer : James M. Thompson. Manual Classification and Computer-Assisted Interpretation of Thematic Mapper (TM) Landsat Imagery, Jiddah-Makkah and Wadi Fatima Regions, Saudi Arabia [Samman, Ahmad Mufeid] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Manual Classification and Computer-Assisted Interpretation of Thematic Mapper (TM) Landsat Imagery, Jiddah-Makkah and Wadi Fatima Regions. The reader is referred to other chapters of this book for a review of computer-assisted interpretation of the exercise electrocardiogram, for ambulatory monitoring, on-line arrhythmia detection in.