Connecting Medical Informatics and Bio-Informatics (Studies by R. Engelbrecht, A. Geissbuhler, C. Lovis, G. Mihalas

By R. Engelbrecht, A. Geissbuhler, C. Lovis, G. Mihalas

A large spectrum of exact subject matters in bio-informatics, together with either clinical and bio-medical informatics, is addressed through MIE (Medical Informatics Europe), the major annual convention in Europe facing telematics in overall healthiness care. the most subject matter during this e-book is the advance of connections among bio-informatics and clinical informatics. instruments and ideas from either disciplines can supplement one another. info derived on the molecular point affects sufferer care procedures. New bridges has to be equipped. For this function, a panel of excessive point scientists was once invited to take part and to offer keynote speeches, tutorials and workshop discussions. issues comprise: sharing assets among bio-informatics and clinical informatics; sharing wisdom, universal information and instruments, interactions and potentialization for the good thing about sufferers; photo processing and have extraction; digital future health documents and knowledge structures; biosignal research, human interface, caliber evaluation, sufferers as electorate, statistical tools, wisdom engineering, telematics, and so on.

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While our work is in its early stages, this study has clarified the nature of bio-health information resources and has allowed us to begin to characterize these resources in terms of their suitability in clinical practice and in biological research. Keywords: Medical informatics; Cystic fibrosis; Databases 1. Introduction In the past decade there has been a rapid and large growth of biological information (bio-information), especially with respect to gene sequences. Certain bio-information is critical for describing the essence of disease.

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