Informative Imaging of Oxygen Supply Parameters in Clinical Practice
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Informative design principles are required to display logical and understandable computer-aided images of the numerous measurements that confront the practising clinician and the busy experimental scientist. Software directed feed-back mechanisms or control algorithms can be used to close the loop between transducer and effector in the therapeutic situation or experimental procedure (Erdmann, 1977; Erdmann, Prakash and Schepp, 1984).
KeywordsInformative Imaging Therapeutic Situation International Congress Series Nitrous Oxide Concentration Audible Alarm
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