Abstracts Ò.1 ¹2 2004
J. Mantas (Greece)
Future trends in Health Informatics European Union initiatives
The Health Informatics field is becoming more challenging as the globalisation of economy, the advancement of the technology as well as innovative breakthroughs are being incorporated in the discipline. In Europe as well as in other countries the funding into the research areas of this field is increasing. In this paper, a brief overview of the field as well the trends of Health Informatics are discussed with respect to the new dimensions that the education of the health care professionals has to tackle in the foreseeable future.
Keywords: Biomedical Informatics, eHealth.
V. V. Domarev
Protection of the information in medical information systems:
The questions of organization of protection of the confidential information in medical information systems are considered.
Keywords: protection, confidential information, medical information system.
V. M. Buyalskyy ,V. M Danilov
Models and tools for designing of Medical Informational-Analytical
Efficient operation of complex automated diagnostic equipment of Object
Shelter (SO) Rehabilitation Center requires establishment of Medical Informational-Analytical
System (MIAS), which will allow (based on monitoring data processing)
solution of issues related to informational support of professional personnel
selection in view of OS work execution, control of personnel health, support
of professional suitability, etc.
Key words: ensemble of models, method of MIAS designing.
O. Yu. Mayorov
Computer EEG — past, present, future
The paper is devoted to a history of qEEG development, to an estimation
of a condition and prospects of the further development of this method.
Key words: quantitative EEG (qEEG), sleep researches (polysomnography),
long-term EEG monitoring at epilepsy, sources localization (inverse problem),
V. V. Gnezditsky, E. E. Henriks, V. V. Kilikovsky, O. S. Korepina
The decision rule for the estimation of the vegetative paroxysm by skin somatic response data
Skin somatic evoked potential were examined in 33 patients with vegetative paroxysm and in 32 health subjects. For spreading practical usage of skin somatic response method in vegetative disturbance diagnosis were developed the decision rules on the base which one it’s possible to determine the group persons who has the risk of vegetative paroxysm. The usage of this decision rule to examine group was demonstrated that correct refer to health subject or to patients with vegetative paroxysm was 88%. Our data allowed to recommend the investigation of vegetative EP in patients with vegetative disorders.
Key words: vegetative paroxysm, risk appearance, SSEP, decision rule.
T. F. Mironova, V. A. Mironov, Y. S. Shamurov, I. M. Utochkina,
Clinical analysis of heart rate variability and its apparatus-program equipment
Purpose of studies during 20 years in Chelyabinsk medical academy were researches and development of rhythmocardiography (RCG) method for heart rate variability (HRV) clinical analysis, adapted to condition of the practical cardiology, hardware apparatus-program complex (APK) for it and approbation both in non-nosological cardiodiagnosis. RCG was working out on the background of da database in 42300 disease cases and 14s-year’s experience of the RCG using in practical medicine. Also APK CAP-RC-01-«Micor» was created and produced, as well as HRV analysis with evaluation wave structure of the temporary interval between heart systoles in patients with different forms of cardiovascular pathology. The main requirements were substantiated to hardware-program complex for HRV analysis. It was proved the broad possibilities of high-resolution HRV analysis for evaluation of the peripheral regulation of the pacemaker sinus node activity, which has different variants, depended on the disease pathogenesis.
Key words: heart rate variability, clinical analysis, apparatus-program equipment, variants of using.
K. P. Vorobyev
Monitoring of heart rate variability as reference method of an estimation of a functional state of an organism during hyperbaric oxygenation
The exploratory retrospective basic clinical research of the current
practice which is based on the analysis of 607 clinical supervision during
carrying out of 3892 sessions of hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO) at exogenous
intoxications and diseases with obligate infringements of vegetative regulation.
Comparison of dynamics
Key words: heart rate variability, a hyperbaric oxygenation, a functional state of an organism.
N. I. Tsirelnikov, D. A. Evseenco
Adaptive and pathological changes of the fetal-placental complex during intrauterine hypoxia after pregnancy complicated by obstetric and somatic deseases
Intrauterine hypoxia leads to violation of fetal development and pathological
adaptation after birth. The purpose
Keywords: placenta, fetus, newborn, adaptation, hypoxia, growth retardation, computer analysis of cardiac rhythm, electrocardiography.
V. I. Shulgin, A. V. Pechenin, V. V. Fedotenko, K. V. Nasedkin, I. V. Lahno
Blind source separation technology application to fetal electrocardiogram extraction
The purpose of the work is development of effective fetal electrocardiogram
(FECG) extraction algorithm on the base of a blind source separation technology.
Keywords: fetal ECG extraction, Blind Source Separation (BSS), Independent Component Analysis (ICA), CardioLab, CardioCE.
A. S. Barilo, S. V. Pavlov
Optic-electronic methods of the analysis microcirculation of infringements at inflammation processes in jaw-facial region
In paper the using of photopletismograf method at the analysis of inflammation
processes are considered.
Keywords: photopletismogram, optic-electronic sensor control, jaw-facial region.
L. Ya. Kovalchuk, V. P. Marzeniuk
Development of system analysis methods of pathologic processes for evidence-based medicine
Evidence-based medicine states the problem of development of effective
methods for modelling and analysis
Keywords: system analysis methods, dynamic system, pathologic process, evidence-based medicine.
Bekir Karlik, Yousif Al-Bastaki (Bahrain)
Bad breathe diagnosis system using OMX-GR sensor and Neural Network for telemedicine
In work the description of the developed telemedical system for diagnostics of diseases under the analysis of exhaled air — odors, vapors, and gases (on the example of a sugar diabetes). The system will consist of digital sensor OM». Results of the analysis will be transformed by the sensor to the digital form and with the help of telemetry are transferred in the removed computer which has the software on the basis of neural network. The computer is trained to distinguish various aromas and them to classify, that then is used for diagnostics of a pathology (sugar diabetes).
Key words: the sensor of the analysis of odors, a telemedicine, neural networks, computer diagnostic systems.
A. V. Vladzymyrskyy, V. G. Klymovytskyy
Main stages and results of teleconsultation in clinical practice
Offered standartisation of some stages of teleconsultation, research
Key words: telemedicine, teleconsultation, treatment, diagnostics.
M. P. Burykh, G. V. Goryainova, S. P. Shklar, P. O. Luchshev, R. S. Voroschuk
Truly topographic approach in clinical anatomy
The article sheds the light upon problem usage of topographic approach for study of the human anatomy relative to creation computer-based virtual modeling of human internal organs, as well as propositions of future investigations and further progress in teaching of clinical anatomy are presented.
Key words: topographic anatomy, computer-based virtual modeling of human internal organs, clinical anatomy, teaching.
V. Moroz, J. Khayimzon, E. Bondarchuck
The system of computer modeling of vital functions processes of bodies and systems of the human being’s organism
The system of computer simulation of the vital processes of organs and systems of human body was elaborated. In the process of its designing the modern systematic approach was used, based on mathematic simulation of the processes of human physiological activity, taking into account all intercommunications between different organs, biochemical and enzymatic transmutations in organs and tissues, influence of environment. User can model any state of human body by setting different meanings to the appropriate indicators in any subsystem will lead to automatic revise of all parameters of the system, which were connected with modeling condition. By its functional capabilities the system doesn’t have analogs in medical simulators and can be widely used in tuition process at higher medical institutions, scientific medico-biological investigations, clinical practice.
Key words: computer modeling in medicine, medical simulators, medical information systems.