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Handbook of Biomedical Informatics

Small book cover: Handbook of Biomedical Informatics

Handbook of Biomedical Informatics

Publisher: Wikipedia

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Contents: Applications in Healthcare Management; Health Electronic Records; Decision Support Applications; Medical Imaging Applications; Medical and biological signal applications; Databases, Digital Libraries and Literature Retrieval; Telehealth and Telemedicine; Computer-Aided Surgery, Medical Robotics and Virtual Reality; Legislation and Regulation; Software Systems; Languages and Development Platforms; Internet Projects; Clinical Research Informatics; etc.

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