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Authors: Kumar, Anil
Keywords: CDAC
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: In the recent years, a lot of work has been done in the field of Information technology for Health care. A complete digital representation of human body has been made which is a huge database (known as visible human database) containing images. A powerful workstation, visualizing software and super-computer are used to create animation, walkthroughs and simulation of the human body. By using this digital representation, one can understand diseases or practice complex surgeries before doing them live. One can simulate the reactions of a human body to external stimuli like a vehicle crash. Likewise various software were developed for image processing in medical systems, dentistry, homeopathy, simulated surgery etc. A new field is also emerging, known as Telemedicine which relies heavily on computing and telecommunication to deliver expert help to far away places. Therefore, by looking at the need of such softwares, this dissertation discusses firstly, the need of software that can be used in the medical field for data recording and support system acquisition. Then, a research has been made to find the existing software available in various hospitals of India. A prototype has been developed by giving a user friendly common interface for all the activities. The major activities includes recording of all types of medical data i.e. text, image, video etc from any standard source in any required format. Finally a module has been made to take reports of any output in a desired presentation manner. The development environment uses Visual Basic 6 enterprises edition to exploit the features of Microsoft Windows operating system.
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Appears in Collections:Dissertation (C.Dec.)

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