Wissensbasierte Systeme in der Intensivmedizin: Was können sie, was sollten sie können?

  • S. Miksch
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Part of the Schriftenreihe der Wissenschaftlichen Landesakademie für Niederösterreich book series (AKADNIEDERÖSTER)

Kurzfassung

Ausgehend von der Analyse der Notwendigkeit sowie der Vor- und Nachteile einer informationstechnischen Unterstützung werden einige Anwendungen aus dem Bereich der wissensbasierten Monitoring-, Diagnose- und Therapieplanungssysteme vorgestellt. Abschließend werden Forderungen für die effektive und erfolgreiche Planung und Implementierung eines solchen Systems aus medizinischer und technischer Sicht formuliert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Miksch
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  1. 1.Österreichisches Forschungsinstitut für Artificial Intelligence (ÖFAI)Österreich

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