Computers in Gastroenterology by A. P. McCann (auth.), F. R. Vicary FRCP (eds.)

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DII DII D II is normaal. D II is normal. Biopsies Biopsies Er werden geen biopsies genomen. No biopsies were taken. Dr L. BROECKAERT Fig. 1. Example of a computerised endoscopy report, with English translation. The demands on the physician's understanding of computer technology or finger dexterity are minimal. The average time to record the results of an ordinary endoscopy is less than 3 minutes and the report is obtained and printed immediately. An example of a patient's record issued from the computer is shown in Fig.

Van Hootegem, J. De Troyer, P. Rutgeerts, J. Janssens, G. Coremans and G. Vantrappen Introduction The numerous diagnostic and therapeutic procedures performed in gastrointestinal endoscopy services are often inadequately recorded and not easily available for retrieval and analysis. Therefore, during the last few years interest in integrating computer technology into gastrointestinal practice for collecting, storing and processing endoscopic data has increased rapidly (Rozen and DeDomball984). There are two major reasons for eventually computerising the results of an endoscopy: (a) to produce automatically reports written in an understandable language and acceptable for transmission outside the department; and secondly (b) to make statistical analysis of the information possible.

The stomach expansion is normal. The pylorus is normal and can be passed through readily. Bulbus Bulb De bulbus is normaal. The bulb is normal. DII DII D II is normaal. D II is normal. Biopsies Biopsies Er werden geen biopsies genomen. No biopsies were taken. Dr L. BROECKAERT Fig. 1. Example of a computerised endoscopy report, with English translation. The demands on the physician's understanding of computer technology or finger dexterity are minimal. The average time to record the results of an ordinary endoscopy is less than 3 minutes and the report is obtained and printed immediately.

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