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Diagnostics & Clinical Testing
Published articles have explained in detail various aspects of modular design and how it provides for greater flexibility in using laboratory space, as well as for future expansion. ... for flexible layout capabil- ities. ...
Diagnostics & Clinical Testing
FOOTNOTES ‘Jonathan Barnett, “Laboratory Buildings,” Architectural Record, Nov. 1965, pp. 173-196. 2Myron W. ... FUNCTIONAL FLEXIBILITY (Adaptable, Multi-Disci- pline)—The ability to adapt to the requirement of new occupancies, For instance, space converted from a chemistry laboratory to a tissue culture laboratory ...
A service-oriented architecture (SOA) offers a flexible framework for IDHSs to become de-centralized, fully functional and modular systems with interoperability. ... The application of information technology in healthcare has focused primarily on the implementation of specific systems such as electronic health records (EHRs) and clinical decision support systems (CDSSs ... A service-oriented architecture (SOA) offers a flexible framework for IDHSs to become de-centralized, fully functional and modular systems with interoperability. ...doi:10.4018/jitsa.2009070102 fatcat:c67g5h2ka5bufcugoyvfnsngna
Diagnostics & Clinical Testing
Other construction economies also are expected due to the modular, free-standing design. The architectural space, for example, can be fully completed prior to installation of the laboratory systems. ... The system was what I was looking for in the way of flexibility. ...
This paper discusses several types of interoperability for medical applications and devices: the ability of applications to run on any platform; how modularity affects interoperability; and data exchange ... It draws from experience with Internet standardization to find lessons for creating standards for interoperability. ... Software modularity, in which complete systems are built from interoperable modules, enables rapid and flexible development. ...doi:10.1109/hicss.2008.217 dblp:conf/hicss/GaynorMGRM08 fatcat:a7exvcy7abbqjgvxisuunpjlma
The SoS Explorer produced an optimal meta-architecture where all but two systems (disease and facility processes) participated with many of the systems having at least four interfaces. ... The enterprise architecture (EA) aims to address these fragmentations by creating boundaries around the business strategy and key performance attributes that drive integration across multiple systems of ... The SoS Explorer was developed as part of "Flexible Intelligent Learning Architectures for System of Systems (FILA-SoS) research project of the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) and used on several ...doi:10.1016/j.procs.2021.05.006 fatcat:yyv7lfv3iffi5d2hfw3zpi3q5a
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
are satisfactory for surgical robot control. ... This paper presents intelligent object distribution architecture to maximize the performance and intelligence of a distributed surgical robotics system and its preliminary implementation in an MR−guided ... The software and hardware for surgical robot systems are developed on a per− clinical−application basis, thus limiting the flexibility of the hardware and software for reuse in multiple clinical applications ...doi:10.1007/978-3-540-40899-4_102 fatcat:bqqztoci6nft5hvqfrhljb4yua
With the Sussex Mk4 system we achieved a high specification, flexible, software-configurable system to be used for clinical trials in the United Kingdom by using off-the-shelf hardware from National Instruments ... For the purpose of this paper we will demonstrate the system using the Product Family (e.g. PXI-62XX) so that it complies with the purpose of maximum flexibility for an EIT system. ...doi:10.1088/1742-6596/224/1/012164 fatcat:ruitswqog5gtlbhv3ibl24ogba
We applied a modular system integration approach to develop an operational biorepository management system. ... This method enables aggregation of the clinical, specimen and genomic data collected for biorepository resources. ... When new systems and workflows are introduced, the toolkit allows for flexible introduction of new data types, systems and operational workflows spanning specimen, clinical, imaging and genomic data. ...doi:10.1186/s12864-016-2797-9 pmid:27535360 pmcid:PMC5001241 fatcat:z67lq4lqxzhzdi5yma2htkmxl4
As is the case in many academic research laboratories data capture and documentation may be improved to latest methods of digital research. ... Methods for cardiac tissue engineering and application in experiments are core technologies developed at the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Göttingen. ... Ideally, the concept should be flexible enough to be reused for different experimental scenarios in biomedical research laboratories. ...doi:10.3233/shti190244 pmid:31437946 fatcat:wcjtvn2l3vhnpibi3itvwmock4
The objectives of hospital design consistent with a high standard of sustainable architecture must not only be the tropicalization of buildings but also a system to confront the impact of infectious diseases ... As the application of new technologies such as the Heating, ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC) with high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA) has application range within stamina, the study ... Achieve the flexibility of adaptive architecture by modular solutions, simplified installation, and system integration The flexibility by modular solutions, simplified installation, and system integration ...doi:10.1515/tvsb-2016-0028 fatcat:f66cxmfqyjftnm4gzqqxjo34mq
We have designed and developed a novel, noninvasive modular headmount to be used for awake animal scalp electroencephalography (EEG). ... Axial Dependent Modular Electrode Mount (ADMEM), as designed here, addresses the aforementioned constraints by using light-weight and adjustable materials. ... ADMEM system architecture A three-dimensional (3D) architecture of the ADMEM system is depicted in Figure 1 . ...doi:10.1109/embc.2018.8513686 pmid:30441563 pmcid:PMC6378882 fatcat:woz4g2qi5naorn5vkbo44fwzve
American Society for Microbiology. ASM News
Such a network provides simultaneous distributed processing and is modular, which makes the entire system readily expandable, increases its reliability, and makes it more flexible. ... Such a system should provide ex- tensive computing capacity for the laboratory, main- tain a centralized data base, grant access to the data base from all terminals on the system, use concepts of central ...
This paper describes the design philosophy underlying an information system for an outpatient specialty department. ... Flexibility, the ability to adapt the system to a specific hospital situation and to user desired tasks, now and in the future, are the main issues with which the design is dealing. ... cating a request message for a laboratory test to the clinical laboratory, the patient's birthdate is important. ...pmid:1807593 pmcid:PMC2247529 fatcat:ro4c55qm7zfx3cxpcrhetk5dra
Open source softwares such as OpenMRS are the basis for developing electronic health record systems to manage patient health information. ... Data model, API, and Web-based application are the three main parts of OpenMRS technical architecture. ... dictionary that describes all data items such as clinical findings, laboratory test results and socioeconomic conditions which can be stored in health information systems. ...doi:10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20174803 fatcat:hpokwi3hn5aj5jn6zm5nqvmcnu
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