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Black Sea Telediab: diabetes computer system with communication technology for Black Sea region

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Pruna, S. ; Soc. for Clinical Eng. & Med. Comput., Bucharest, Romania ; Harris, N.D.

Black Sea Tele Diab, a diabetes computer system and communications network for the Black Sea region, is a new multidisciplinary research project, led by Sheffield University, UK, and supported by the EU Inco-Copernicus programme, whose aim is to promote the exchange of healthcare information between clinicians and scientists in countries of the Black Sea area to provide a means by which the care of patients with diabetes may be enhanced. In this project, the first objective is the building of a modern communication infrastructure for the transfer of clinical data, including text, sound, waveforms and images, by structured E-mail among institutions in each participating country. Since this is new to most medical doctors, the aim of this research was to develop a few standard instructions for the storage and transfer of medical information and healthcare data between the national district centres and the transnational centres in the Black Sea area

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Information Technology Applications in Biomedicine, 1997. ITAB '97., Proceedings of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Region 8 International Conference

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7-9 Sep 1997

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