TitleMicros in biomedical and health care environments - part 1
|Brehm, Robert, Speaker|
|Gagne, James, Speaker|
|Goff, Robert C. A., Speaker|
|Henley, Ronald, Speaker|
|Krucik, George, Speaker|
|Littge, Roger O., Speaker|
|McGinnis, Ken A., Speaker|
PublisherAdams Convention Reporting
Place of PublicationLos Angeles, CA
FormatStandard audio cassette
DescriptionThe West Coast Computer Faire was an annual computer industry conference. The Third West Coaste Computer Faire was held on November 3-5, 1978, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
This is the recording of the session titled "Micros in biomedical and health care environments," and the following papers were presented:
"Potential application for small computers in the practice of medicine," presented by James Gagne.
"Microcomputer feasibility in the hospital setting," presented by Robert C. A. Goff.
"The microcomputer as antidote: medical data base applications in the home and office: Accidental poisoning information," presented by Roger O. Littge.
"Microcomputer applications for miomedical instrumentation: a monitor for the corning M-175 blood gas analyzer," presented by Robert C. A. Goff.
"Biomedical and health care application of microcomputers," panelists: Robert C. A. Goff, Roger O. Littge, Ronald Henley, robert Brehm, Ken A. McGinnis, and George Krucik.
Series TitleThe Third West Coast Computer Faire
CreditGift of Jim Warren
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