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Ocular trauma

Ocular trauma

Ocular trauma is one of the most under-recognized causes of vision loss in the developed world. Blunt or penetrating ocular trauma can lead to vision loss through cataract or glaucoma. Etiologies of ocular injury differ in urban areas compared to other settings, and differ from country to country, between different regions of the world, and between differing demographic or socioeconomic classes.

 

Ophthalmooncology - Pigmented Conjunctival Lesions

Ophthalmooncology - Pigmented Conjunctival Lesions

Conjunctival melanocytic lesions are the most common tumors of the conjunctiva, comprising 52% of all conjunctival tumors. Several classifications have been suggested for conjunctival melanocytic lesions. Thus far, the 1980 World Health Organization (WHO) classification has been most widely used and includes three pathologic categories: conjunctival nevus, conjunctival melanosis, and malignant melanoma (MM). 

 
author: Alena Furdová | LF UK v Bratislave | discipline: Ophthalmology and Optometry | category: Presentations | keywords: Ophthalmooncology | attachment: 1 | viewed: 23x | published on: 25.3.2020

An Introduction in Breast Diseases

An Introduction in Breast Diseases

 E-book containing learning text for students of 5th and 6th years of medical faculties as well as for postgraduate physicians. In the individual chapters breast anatomy and physiology diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases, etc. is discussed. It contains many pictures and tables with classifications of radiological, cytological and histological findings.

 

Heart and respiratory system - study quide

Heart and respiratory system - study quide

This study guide has been prepared for medical students as a basic educational material for the anatomy practicals and anatomy exam. The first chapter provides introduction to the cardiovascular system, the heart and basic description of the circulations. The second chapter deals with the organs of respiratory system.
The text is fulfilled by the photographs of formalin fixed cadaveric preparates used during the anatomy practicals in our department, however, it is necessary combine the study with using of anatomy atlases (Sobotta´s, Gray´s, Gilroy ´s or Netter´s atlas of human anatomy). Several figures of joints and ligaments are retrieved from public domein of Gray´s Anatomy of human Body (1918) and Servier Medical Art. The last part of the study guide contains a set of review questions which can help the students to check their knowledge. We hope you will find this study guide useful material for your individual stud and review.

 
author: Desanka Výbohová, Gabriela Hešková, Yvetta Mellová | JLF UK v Martine | discipline: Anatomy | category: Educational works, University for seniors | keywords: heart, respiratory system | attachment: 4 | viewed: 201x | published on: 13.12.2019 | last modified on: 16.12.2019

CYTOCHROME P-450: genetic and population aspects

CYTOCHROME P-450: genetic and population aspects

Need of carrying out a pharmacological genotyping for providing the individualized pharmacotherapy is shown in the monograph based on the analysis of own and literary data of the central link of drug pharmacokinetics– systems of cytochrome P-450, taking into account its genetic polymorphysm. The monograph is intended for the clinical pharmacologists, geneticists and experts dealing with this problem.

Mavlyanov I.R., Ashirmetov A.Kh., Mavlyanov Z.I., Jarilkasinova G.J.: CYTOCHROME P-450: genetic and population aspects, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Košice 2017, ISBN 978-80-8152-526-1.

 
author: Iskander Rahimovich Mavlyanov, Abdurashid Khamidovich Ashirmetov, Zafar Iskandarovich Mavlyanov, Gavhar Januzakovna Jarilkasinova | UPJŠ LF v Košiciach | discipline: Biology, Pharmacology, Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry | category: Educational works | keywords: cytochrome P-450 | attachment: 2 | viewed: 1695x | published on: 5.12.2017 | last modified on: 23.3.2018

B lymphocytes and plasma cells

B lymphocytes and plasma cells

B lymphocytes are principal cells that mediate humoral adaptive immunity. After their maturation in the bone marrow, B cells enter peripheral lymphoid tissues, which are the sites of interaction with foreign antigens. Production of antibodies is initiated by the interaction of antigens with a small number of mature B cells specific for each antigen. An antigen binds to the membrane receptors on specific B cells and initiates a series of responses that lead to two principal changes: cell proliferation resulting in expansion of the clone, and differentiation to either plasma cells actively secreting antibodies or to memory cells.

Key words: B cells, subsets of B cells, memory B cells, plasma cells

 
author: Milan Buc | LF UK v Bratislave | discipline: Immunology, Allergology | category: Lectures, Presentations | keywords: B cells, B cell subsets, memory B cells, plasma cells | attachment: 1 | viewed: 7224x | published on: 6.3.2017

Pediatric oncology for medical students – e-learning programme

Pediatric oncology for medical students – e-learning programme

The electronic textbook "Pediatric oncology for medical students” provides a comprehensive overview of the age-specific differences between pediatric tumors and tumors of the adult age, importance of the age for diagnosis of cancer in childhood, factors influencing treatment decisions and the risks of anticancer therapy.. General section of the textbook provides a concise overview of the fundamental differences between pediatric and adult oncology, age specific clinical presentation of of the most common pediatric tumors, basic diagnostic procedures and treatment modalities of malignant diseases and last but not least the importance of organisation and centralisation of pediatric oncology on national and international level. Special section of the textbook offers an overview of the common and rare malignant tumors in children from epidemiology, etiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic procedures, differential diagnosis to treatment modalities and prognosis. The...

 
author: Viera Bajčiová, Pavel Mazánek, Karel Zitterbart | LF MU | discipline: Oncology, Radiation Therapy, Paediatrics, Neonatology | category: Multimedia, Educational websites | keywords: Children, cancer, pediatric oncology, age specific differences | attachment: 1 | viewed: 2544x | published on: 25.1.2016 | last modified on: 4.12.2018

Basic principles and molecular mechanisms regulating early development of mammals - physiology and pathology

Basic principles and molecular mechanisms regulating early development of mammals - physiology and pathology

This educational text titled “Basic principles and molecular mechanisms regulating early development of mammals - ¬physiology and pathology“ describes how embryogenesis proceeds in mammals. In this text, students will learn how the egg is fertilised, how the fertilised egg survives in the mother’s womb (called implatation), how the fertilised egg divides, how the blastocyst develops, how the implanted blastocyst undergos gastrulation or the three germ layers form, and how the brain, heart, muscle, and internal organs develop. Moreover, if the processes go awry, what the baby will be affected. This educational material is recommened to General Medical, Dental Medical students and the students who are taking a developmental biological course.

 
author: Yuh-Man Wadeley | LF MU | discipline: Biology | category: Educational works | keywords: embryogenesis, fertilised egg, implantation, gastrulation, ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm, organogensis, brain formation, somitogenesis, heart formation, muscle formation, endodermal development | attachment: 1 | viewed: 2504x | published on: 15.12.2014 | last modified on: 4.12.2018

Essentials of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry

Essentials of Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry

The English text has been created for one-semester course of medical chemistry. It is assigned for the students of English program of General medicine and Dentistry studies. The textbook summarizes essential facts from chemistry and biochemistry. The selection of topics emphasizes the biochemical processes and the metabolic conversions of compounds occurring in the human body. The knowledge of presented facts is necessary for understanding metabolic processes on cellular and organ level in the following studies of biochemistry

 
author: Jiří Dostál, Hana Paulová, Eva Táborská, Josef Tomandl | LF MU | discipline: Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry | category: Educational works, Educational websites | keywords: medical chemistry, biochemistry, biomolecules | attachment: 1 | viewed: 4714x | published on: 26.5.2014 | last modified on: 4.12.2018

Pathophysiology for Surgery

Pathophysiology for Surgery

Many medical students in the 5th or 6th year have already partially forgotten the information learned in the 3rd year during the course of pathophysiology, because the main focus of the study has moved onto clinical subjects. However, during the preparation for the state exam from surgery as well as for other clinical exams the students often discover that they need the knowledge of pathophysiology in order to manage the content of the questions for the exams. This is especially true for the topics in general surgery. The aim of our effort was to prepare a textbook in which the students will find the essential up-to-date pathomechanisms of surgical diseases. It is based on the requirements of surgical scientific-pedagogical faculty who are the members of the state exam committee. The textbook is focused not only on pathophysiological aspects of general surgery, but also includes a substantial part of the pathophysiology pertinent to special surgery.
The textbook is based on...

 
author: Miloš Tatár | JLF UK v Martine | discipline: Physiology and Pathophysiology, Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopaedics | category: Educational works | keywords: pathophysiology, general surgery, gastrointestinal tract, vascular system, thorax, urology | attachment: 3 | viewed: 3163x | published on: 16.10.2013 | last modified on: 17.10.2013

Interactive algorithms in the education of selected acute medicine topics

Interactive algorithms in the education of selected acute medicine topics

Algorithmization and procedural management of the therapeutic process has become very popular as quality management systems have developed and health care quality has been assessed. It is obvious that a procedurally-thinking physician can react more efficiently, promptly and economically to critical situations which are so abundant in acute medicine. The interactive educational algorithms on the portal AKUTNE.CZ have been developed with the aim of simulating decision processes in acute patients. The ultimate aim of the algorithms is to make students remember the correct procedures which are necessary for the management of acute situations. This comprehensive work contains 24 interactive algorithms both in Czech and English language which deal with various acute medicine topics. It covers acute medicine from prehospital care to highly specialized hospital care.

 
author: Petr Štourač, team of students and teachers creating the educational contents of the AKUTNE.CZ portal | LF MU | discipline: Emergency Medicine, Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine | category: Educational works, Multimedia, Elearning, Educational websites | keywords: acute medicine, post-dural puncture headache, analgesia, allergic reaction, toxic reaction, local anaesthetics, acute coronary syndrome, water rescue, hypothermia, car accident, head injury, craniocerebral trauma, central venous catheter, basic life support, sepsis | attachment: 22 | viewed: 7993x | published on: 15.2.2013 | last modified on: 22.9.2015

Molecular biology

Molecular biology

The terms "recombinant DNA technology", "DNA cloning", "molecular cloning", and "gene cloning" all refer to the same process: a transfer of a DNA fragment of interest from one organism to a self-replicating genetic element such as a bacterial plasmid. The DNA of interest can then be replicated (together with the rest of the plasmid) in a foreign host cell. This technology is a common practice in molecular biology labs today.

 
author: Lumír Krejčí | LF MU | discipline: Biophysics, Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry | category: Educational works | keywords: Molecular biology, mutagenesis, PCR, DNA, cloning, DNA ligation, transformation, plasmid preparation, protein purification, chromatography, sumoylation, SDS-PAGE | attachment: 2 | viewed: 3781x | published on: 18.6.2012 | last modified on: 20.8.2013

Basics of Nursing Presentations

Basics of Nursing Presentations

In the era of increased scrutiny regarding patient safety and the drive toward the control of health care costs health care professionals need reliable and evidence based information source for the study. Basics of Nursing Presentations provide both in quick access, easy to use material. Basics of Nursing Presentations are designed to help English speaking medical as well as nursing students comprehend to some basic clinical situations and react to them correctly. The presentations are based on the book Basics of Nursing: Textbook for Medical and Nursing Students published at the Jessenius Faculty of Medicine in Martin, Comenius University in Bratislava in 2011. The book presents nursing part of health care as well as collaborative framework (regarding physician in particular) for management of many basic and frequently occurring clinical situations. The book features over 35 peer-reviewed nursing procedures added on a wide range of clinical topics, which...

 
author: Martina Lepiešová, Michaela Dingová, Jana Nemcová, Anna Ovšonková Michaela Miertová, Mária Tabaková, Martina Tomagová | JLF UK v Martine | discipline: Health Care Sciences | category: Lectures, Presentations | keywords: nursing, nursing procedures, theoretical introduction, patient preparation, equipment, process, complications | attachment: 9 | viewed: 8153x | published on: 18.5.2012 | last modified on: 21.5.2012

Anatomical Dissection - Introduction to dissection course

Anatomical Dissection  -  Introduction to dissection course

The educational videofilm Anatomical dissection - Introduction to dissection course is aimed at students of the medical faculty within the scope of anatomical studies in order to provide them with information necessary for correct procedure during anatomical dissection. Under supervision of an experienced instructor, students will be able to dissect and identify important structures of the specific body region after having watched the film and studied respective chapters of the textbooks. The film will contribute to achievement of the knowledge and practical skill needed for success at final anatomy examination.

 
author: Ivana Svíženská, Eva Ondroušková, Monika Žižlavská | LF MU | discipline: Anatomy | category: Multimedia, Digital video | keywords: anatomical dissection, scalpel, forceps, skin incisions, dissection of the subcutis, dissection of muscles, vessels, nerves | attachment: 1 | viewed: 5046x | published on: 6.4.2012 | last modified on: 14.5.2012

Determination of Plasma Volume

Determination of Plasma Volume

Teaching video demonstrates determination of plasma volume by means of Evans blue dye and the effect of intravenous injection of hypertonic glucose solution on plasma volume in rat.                                                         

 
author: Jitka Švíglerová, Jitka Kuncová, Tomáš Ťupa, Jaromír Holas, Ivana Hajdúková | LF UK Plzeň | discipline: Physiology and Pathophysiology | keywords: plasma volume, hypertonic glucose | attachment: 1 | viewed: 8846x | published on: 7.4.2011 | last modified on: 14.11.2012
 

Basic anatomy and physiology of the eye and visual pathways

Basic anatomy and physiology of the eye and visual pathways

Human eye works like a digital camera.

Light is focused primarily by the cornea — the clear front surface of the eye, which acts like a camera lens.
The iris of the eye functions like the diaphragm of a camera, controlling the amount of light reaching the back of the eye by automatically adjusting the size of the pupil (aperture).

 
author: Alena Furdová | LF UK v Bratislave | discipline: Ophthalmology and Optometry | category: Lectures, Presentations | keywords: eye globe anatomy, uvea, retina, efractive errors, moypy, hyperopy, astigmatism, eye globe layers, retina, uvea, refractive errors | attachment: 1 | viewed: 21x | published on: 1.4.2020 | last modified on: 2.4.2020

Neuroophthalmology - Diseases of the Optic Nerve and the Visual Pathways

Neuroophthalmology - Diseases of the Optic Nerve and the Visual Pathways

Lecture for General Medicine and Stomatology students

Neuro-ophthalmology is an academically-oriented subspecialty that merges the fields of neurology and ophthalmology, often dealing with complex systemic diseases that have manifestations in the visual system.                                                                               

 

Surgery of Anal Canal and Rectum

Lecture for 4th year students. Surgery of anal canal and rectum. Anatomy. Colorectal and Anorectal Vascular Supply. Investigations. Ulcerative Colitis. Rectal Cancer. Hemorrhoids. Anal fissure. Anorectal abscess. Fistula in ano.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ...

 
author: Boris Hrbatý | LF UK v Bratislave | discipline: Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopaedics | category: Information for authors | keywords: Surgery, anal canal, rectum | attachment: 1 | viewed: 29x | published on: 11.3.2020

Selected chapters from paediatric surgery

Selected chapters from paediatric surgery

This set of educational materials is dedicated to selected topics in the area of paediatric surgery: minor surgery, neonatal surgery, introduction to traumatology, visceral traumatology, acute abdomen, thoracic surgery, plastic surgery, surgical oncology and congenital malformations of the gastrointestinal tract; moreover, the battered child syndrome is mentioned as well.

 
author: Ladislav Plánka, Jana Bartošková, Štěpánka Bibrová, Robert Doušek, Matej Husár, Yvona Kaloudová, Břetislav Lipový, Robert Macháček, Jan Škvařil, Jitka Vokurková | LF MU | discipline: Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Neonatology | category: Multimedia, Presentations | keywords: minor surgery, neonatal surgery, introduction to traumatology, visceral traumatology, acute abdomen, thoracic surgery, congenital disorders, plastic surgery, burns, surgical oncology, congenital malformations of GIT, battered child syndrome | attachment: 15 | viewed: 800x | published on: 26.10.2018 | last modified on: 4.12.2018

Pathological physiology. Selected chapters.

Pathological physiology. Selected chapters.

The textbook Pathological physiology: selected chapters contains chapters of general and special pathological physiology that explain the causes and mechanisms of disease and pathological processes in synergy with their future clinical application. Simple case reports in the chapters point to the clinical relevance of the knowledge gained in the study of pathological physiology and connect the theoretical and clinical disciplines to be addressed by students in subsequent years of study. It supports the ability of students to think logically and combine knowledge they have already obtained by study of different theoretical subjects.

 
author: Jana Plevková, Ján Hanáček,Miloš Tatár, Mariana Brozmanová,Tomáš Buday | JLF UK v Martine | discipline: Physiology and Pathophysiology | category: Educational works | keywords: pathophysiology, mechanisms, disease, case reports, pathogenesis | attachment: 3 | viewed: 1791x | published on: 3.12.2017 | last modified on: 4.12.2017

E-LEARNING COURSE: DONATION AND HARVEST OF CELLS AND TISSUES

E-LEARNING COURSE: DONATION AND HARVEST OF CELLS AND TISSUES

The design of the e-learning course: Donation and Harvest of cells and tissues“ is presented. This course represents more advanced updated and enlarged English version of the original e-learning course focused exclusively on the issues of cell and tissue donation and harvest.
The course covers the topic Donation and harvest of cells and tissues and is divided into 2 parts. A test consisting of 5 questions follows each part. If the student answers correctly at least 3 questions he/she is allowed to pass to the next part and/or final test consisting of 15 questions. It is necessary to answer correctly at least 10 questions to complete the course.
The third topic is represented by a database for uploading seminar theses.
The previous experience showed that the e-learning course could serve as a useful support of the elective subject „Basis of Harvest and Preservation of Tissues“. This enlarged and updated English version aimed exclusively at the...

 
author: Pavel Měřička, Pavel Navrátil, Daniel Brandejs, Lubomír Štěrba, Hana Straková, Barbora Honegrová | LF UK Hr. Králové | discipline: Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopaedics | category: Pear reviewed publications, Elearning courses | keywords: E-learning, programmed instructions, cell and tissue donation, cell and tissue harvest, cell and tissue transplantation, tissue bank, tissue establishment, procurement establishment | attachment: 2 | viewed: 10922x | published on: 20.4.2016 | last modified on: 5.8.2016

Neural development and embryonic stem cell-based developmental modelling

Neural development and embryonic stem cell-based developmental modelling

This educational article titled “Neural development and embryonic stem cell-based developmental modelling“ describes how to investigate the roles of genes in human neural development using stem cell technologies and molecular biology techniques. This educational article is primarily focused on experimental practices. Thus this article is intended for postgraduate students (e.g. Master student, Diploma, and PhD students). However, the article is also suitable for undergraduate students, who are interested in stem cell biology and molecular biology. In the text, students will learn how to perform basic molecular biology techniques (e.g. gene cloning, making fusion protein, PCR and sequencing), and how to grow and to manipulate human embryonic stem cells (hESCs). Moreover, students will learn how to drive hESCs toward to neural fates.

 

Knee joint aspiration

Knee joint aspiration

Puncture of the large joints can be performed either diagnostically or therapeutically. Synovial fluid aspiration is medically refered to as arthrocentesis. The diagnostic puncture allows us to obtain joint fluid for laboratory examination which can than be investigated by the biochemical and microbiological methods. Therapeutic puncture can also be helpful in relieving joint swelling and pain by aspiration of the content and then ables antiinflamatory medication to be injected into the joint. Removal of joint fluid that is inflammed can also remove white blood cells, that are sources of enzymes, that can be destructive to the joint.

 
author: Valér Džupa | 3.LF UK | discipline: Surgery, Traumatology and Orthopaedics | category: Digital video | keywords: Knee joint aspiration, Punkce kolene | attachment: 1 | viewed: 1692x | published on: 8.11.2014 | last modified on: 10.11.2014

Biophysical seminars for medical students

Biophysical seminars for medical students

Set of biophysical seminars dedicated to English curriculum 1C modul students of the Third Faculty of Medicine, Charles University. The following topics are: biosignals, mechanical waves and sound, electromagnetic radiation, radiation and radioactivity, electric injury, imaging methods, SPECT and gamma camera, stereotactic surgery and gamma knife, spectroscopy.

 
author: Eugen Kvašňák | 3.LF UK | discipline: Biophysics, Radiology and Imaging | category: Elearning courses | keywords: ionizing radiation, biophysics, radioactivity, radiation, spectroscopy, imaging methods, electric injury, mechanical waves, sound, light, biosignals | attachment: 9 | viewed: 2183x | published on: 28.1.2014 | last modified on: 4.2.2014

Immunology for student of general medicine

Immunology for student of general medicine

This is a presentation of lectures of the subject „Immunology“ for students of general medicine. It covers basic aspects of theoretical immunology, immunopathological states, immunological aspects of transplantation and immune response to tumours. Also immune reaction to microbes and principles of vaccination are covered. The course includes basic information of immunological laboratory methods and their interpretation as well.

 
author: Jiří Litzman | LF MU | discipline: Immunology, Allergology | category: Educational works, Presentations | keywords: general medicine, immunology, immunopathological states | attachment: 17 | viewed: 4832x | published on: 6.9.2013 | last modified on: 4.12.2018

Protein preparation

Protein preparation

This course contains five sub-courses, which consist of theoretical and practical parts. The individual sub-courses should provide students simple and quick approaches needed for solving basic scientific problems that could rise during the course of their bachelor, diploma or PhD study. The first set will allow students to gain knowledge about protein cloning, expression and purification. The second part focuses on biochemical characterization of enzymes via their enzymatic activity as well as protein-protein interactions. The third set will provide simple biochemical methods to detect protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions as well as monitor motor activity of protein.

 
author: Lumír Krejčí | LF MU | discipline: Biophysics, Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry | category: Educational works | keywords: Protein-protein and protein-DNA interaction methods, EMSA, pull-down, yeast 2 hybrid, Helicase assay, sumoylation | attachment: 5 | viewed: 3861x | published on: 18.6.2012 | last modified on: 20.8.2013

Epidemiology of malignant tumours in the Czech Republic

Epidemiology of malignant tumours in the Czech Republic

In September 2005, a web portal on cancer incidence and mortality in the Czech Republic was released with the primary objective to provide representative data on this topic. Providing relevant information on cancer epidemiology in the Czech Republic to foreign partners is another key objective of this project. Extensive information on cancer epidemiology in the Czech Republic is now available to anyone who wants to find out more about the situation in Czech regions, to compare Czech data with the foreign ones or to examine long-term incidence and mortality trends for individual cancers, for example.

 
author: Ladislav Dušek, Jan Mužík, Miroslav Kubásek, Jana Koptíková, Jan Žaloudík, Rostislav Vyzula | LF MU | discipline: Epidemiology, Preventive Medicine, Hygiene, Oncology, Radiation Therapy | category: Educational websites | keywords: cancer epidemiology, incidence rates, mortality rates, comparison with foreign countries | attachment: 1 | viewed: 4549x | published on: 6.6.2012 | last modified on: 19.6.2012

Anatomical Dissection of the Head

Anatomical Dissection  of the Head

The educational videofilm Anatomical dissection of the head is aimed at students of general medicine and dentistry in order to provide them with information necessary for preparation to the dissection of the head within the scope of anatomical studies. The film deals with the dissection of individual regions of the head in the way that is used in the Department of Anatomy, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk Unniversity, Brno.

 
author: Ivana Svíženská, Marie Kalabusová, Jana Maňáková, Ondřej Růžička, Tomáš Ninger, Tomáš Hlaváček, Václav Žižlavský, Bhavin Rajendra Doshi | LF MU | discipline: Anatomy | category: Multimedia, Digital video | keywords: dissection of cranial regions, parotideomasseteric region, temporal region, occipitofrontal region, orbital region, nasal region, oral region, oral cavity, nasal cavity, infratemporal fossa, cranial cavity, larynx, pharynx, orbit. | attachment: 4 | viewed: 5365x | published on: 6.4.2012 | last modified on: 9.1.2014

Histology and Embryology Exam Questions. Recommended for review before the final examination

Histology and Embryology Exam Questions. Recommended for review before the final examination

This textbook is recommended for revision the students' knowledge before taking the final examination in Histology and Embryology. There are 835 exam questions for both General and Dental Medicine students covering cytology, general histology, special histology, and embryology. There is a key to the answers and a list of recommended textbooks attached.

 
author: Milena Králíčková, Zbyněk Tonar, Jitka Kočová, Věra Křížková, Alena Němečková, Miroslava Čedíková, Lukáš Nedorost, Lada Eberlová, Pavel Pitule | LF UK Plzeň | discipline: Histology, Embryology | keywords: Histology, Embryology | attachment: 1 | viewed: 11215x | published on: 22.12.2011 | last modified on: 6.12.2018

Hospital information system

Hospital information system

Hospital information systems are designed with the aim to manage various clinical and patient health care related activities in more efficient way. In contrast to the paper based forms the administration tasks are realized in fully electronic way. This provides easy and fast access to the patient data, patient’s history of illness and treatment, allows monitoring of drug distribution, improves communication between physicians, reduces duplication of information entries, better financial management etc. Hospital Information systems also help in decision making procedures oriented on selection of proper treatment as well as on creation of health care policy.

 
author: Jaroslav Majerník | UPJŠ LF v Košiciach | discipline: Medical Informatics and Information Science | category: Materials for Lectures | keywords: information system, hospital, health record, patient record | attachment: 15 | viewed: 10166x | published on: 18.3.2011 | last modified on: 15.9.2019
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