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Chapter V. General Idea of the Proposed System

Chapter V. General Idea of the Proposed System

After an introduction and three chapters highlighting the present state of the art in computerized electrocardiography (Chapter II), methodological issues of medical and technical nature (Chapter III), and electronic management of medical data storage and exchange (Chapter IV), this chapter is a midway summary. This book might end here if it were a review of present achievements of telemedical solutions in cardiology.

Fortunately, we are not only witness to the progress, but are also involved in the development of ubiquitous cardiology, so we want to share our ideas, realizations, and results of the research. The review made in previous chapters was not intended to cover the whole domain of computerized cardiology and it does not fulfill such a role. The presentation was done subjectively with a purpose of making foundations for our proposal of an intelligent telemedical system whose several prototypes were conceived during the last few years. Being bioengineers in our hearts, we are particularly involved in observing nature in its systematic solutions and considering the medical, technical, and sociological observations based on bio-cybernetics.


  

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