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Abstract
Abstract

The Computerized Patient Record as a Multimedia Basis for Discussion, Teaching and Research in Virtual und Real Patient Care

Bialasiewicz A. A., Breidenbach K., Mampatta V. 
Dept. of Ophthalmology, SQU, University of Oman, Muscat/MAO

Purpose: The multimedial interactive digitalized electronic international stan­dar­dized medical patient record (international computerized patient record, ICPR) is the basis for optimal web-based patient care. It is desirable to develop a treatment simulation for the ICPR and an implementation of the ICPR as an asset for teaching and research in a quality management system (QMS).
Method: The ICPR developed by us includes as textmodules forms for the standardized (ICD 10) diagnosis, history, clinical findings, surgery (ICPM-OPS301) and postOP follow-ups, consultation, laboratory data and as digitalized imaging: photography of anterior and posterior segment for adults, RetCam for children, video­an­gio­gra­phy, perimetry, to­po­gra­phy and con­focal corneal analysis, papillome­try, OCT, histopathology sections and surgical films or extracts. Digitalized pictures from instruments without an internet plug are transferred via CD-ROM to the ICPR. The treatment simulation of specific diseases can be done by the PixEyes® system. The QMS ISO 9001:2000 is implemented for ICPR, teaching and research.
Results: All text and imaging data of a patient can be retrieved at any time and any electronic work place without loss of time by an individual hospital record


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