Informatics in Oral Medicine Advanced Techniques in Clinical and Diagnostic Technologies

Informatics in Oral Medicine  Advanced Techniques in Clinical and Diagnostic Technologies

Informatics in Oral Medicine: Advanced Techniques in Clinical and Diagnostic Technologies provides innovative research techniques on current technologies in the management of problems in oral health and medicine.

Author: Daskalaki, Andriani

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781605667348

Category: Computers

Page: 346

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Informatics in Oral Medicine: Advanced Techniques in Clinical and Diagnostic Technologies provides innovative research techniques on current technologies in the management of problems in oral health and medicine.
Categories: Computers

Informatics in Oral Medicine

Informatics in Oral Medicine

This collection contains valuable computational tools and the latest applications in dental and oral research topics such as artificial mouths, laser melting, and dentist appointment management.

Author: Andriani Daskalaki

Publisher: Medical Info Science Reference

ISBN: 1605667331

Category: Medical

Page: 325

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"This book covers a wide range of applications in oral medicine and describes through applied research projects, important methods like 3D radiographic imaging, 2D and 3D finite element analysis, proteomic analysis, genomic analysis, oral human microbiom, computational biomodeling, molecular modeling, and computational biochemistry and biophysics"--Provided by publisher.
Categories: Medical

Dental Informatics

Dental Informatics

This book tells practitioners, administrators and educators what is happening in dentistry and how to use the full potential of new information technologies.

Author: Louis M. Abbey

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461391609

Category: Medical

Page: 348

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Dentistry today is changing because of new knowledge networks based on electronic technology. This book tells practitioners, administrators and educators what is happening in dentistry and how to use the full potential of new information technologies. Specifics such as existing machines, operating systems, software packages and user support groups are discussed. Aspects of standards for storage, access, and the use of information as well as its integration into the dental practice are covered. More general topics cover the impact of dental informatics on dentistry training programs, the dental manufacturing industries and insurance.
Categories: Medical

Dental Informatics Strategic Issues for the Dental Profession

Dental Informatics  Strategic Issues for the Dental Profession

During the course of this year, 1990, dentistry will celebrate its sesquicentennial as a profession.

Author: John J. Salley

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642456749

Category: Medical

Page: 105

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During the course of this year, 1990, dentistry will celebrate its sesquicentennial as a profession. In February 1840, the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, the Dental School of the University of Maryland, was chartered by the Maryland General Assembly as the world's first dental school. In the same year the American Society of Dental Surgeons, the antecedent of the present day American Dental Association, was founded, also in Baltimore. In the previous year, 1839, the American Journal of Dental Science was initiated as the first periodic scientific and professional publication in dentistry, later evolving to the Journal of the American Dental Association. With the congruence of three fundamental elements which are essential to any profession--a unique program of education, a formal means to communicate and freely share new information, and an organization devoted to maintenance of professional ethics and standards through self-regulation--dentistry began evolving to its current status as a valued and respected health profession. From its birth and through the intervening century and a half, dentistry has been a profession heavily reliant on technology as well as science. Dentists variously are credited with the discovery and development of general anesthesia and the precision casting technique; and they make significant use of rotary cutting instruments, ultrasonics, laser technology, unique biomaterials, and intraosseous implants, to mention only a few techniques.
Categories: Medical

Integration of Medical and Dental Care and Patient Data

Integration of Medical and Dental Care and Patient Data

This book informs readers of the needs and rationale for the integration of medical and dental care and information with an international perspective as to how and where medical and dental care separated into specific domains.

Author: Valerie Powell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447121855

Category: Medical

Page: 418

View: 509

This book informs readers of the needs and rationale for the integration of medical and dental care and information with an international perspective as to how and where medical and dental care separated into specific domains. It provide high level guidance on issues involved with care and data integration and how to achieve an integrated model of health care supported by integrated HIT. A patient typically expects that a visit to a dentist can usually be resolved immediately. This expectation places a premium on instant, accurate, thorough, and current information. The state-of-the-art of fully integrated (dental-medical) electronic health record (EHR) is covered and this is contrasted with the current state of dental-medical software. While dentists in the US Veterans Health Administration (VHA), the US Indian Health Service (IHS), or the US military, for example, have access to fully integrated health records, most US clinicians still gather information from separate sources via fax or phone calls. The authors provide an in-depth discussion of the role of informatics and information science in the articulation of medical and dental practices and clinical data with the focus on applied clinical informatics to improve quality of care, practice efficiency, coordination and continuity of care, communication between physicians and dentists and to provide a more comprehensive care for the patients. Lastly, the book examines advances in medical and dental research and how these may affect dentistry in the future. Most new advances in healthcare research are information-intensive.
Categories: Medical

Connecting Medical Informatics and Bio informatics

Connecting Medical Informatics and Bio informatics

Proceedings of MIE2005 : the XIXth International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics Rolf ... Data Display; Dental Informatics; Information Retrieval; Medical Informatics; Oral Medicine; Software Design; ...

Author: Rolf Engelbrecht

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9781586035495

Category: Medical

Page: 1032

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A variety of topics of bio-informatics, including both medical and bio-medical informatics are addressed by MIE. The main theme in this publication is the development of connections between bio-informatics and medical informatics. Tools and concepts from both disciplines can complement each other.
Categories: Medical

e Health Care in Dentistry and Oral Medicine

e Health Care in Dentistry and Oral Medicine

What is dental informatics?. 2016. Available at http://www.ada.org/en/member-center/member-benefits/practiceresources/dental-informatics. Accessed 24 June 2016. Mariño R, Ghanim A. Teledentistry: a systematic review of the literature.

Author: Nicolas Giraudeau

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319694504

Category: Medical

Page: 154

View: 431

This clinically oriented book presents the state of the art in e-health care within dentistry and oral medicine (“e-oral health”) with the aim of acquainting dentists and other oral health care professionals with its uses and advantages, especially with regard to diagnosis. It will assist all who wish to learn about teledentistry protocols and the e-oral health branch or to implement e-oral health solutions and procedures in clinical practice. The book opens by discussing general aspects of e-oral health, including tools, networks, and the very important ethical considerations. The use and specific benefits of e-oral health technologies in the diagnosis of different conditions, orthodontic assessment, implantology evaluation, and caries prevention are then fully explained. Finally, examples are provided of the ways in which teledentistry functions in different countries on different continents. e-Oral health is a burgeoning field that encompasses teledentistry as well as other uses of information and communication technologies for oral health care purposes. This book will be an ideal guide for not only dentists but also dental hygienists, dental nurses, and other professionals.
Categories: Medical

Teledentistry

Teledentistry

For the first time, this book will present essential knowledge from experts in this field. They will discuss the current status of technology and service in various Telledentistry sub specialties and its future implications.

Author: Sajeesh Kumar

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319089737

Category: Medical

Page: 117

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Teledentistry is of growing interest to the healthcare world. Over the last few years, momentum is growing in research and service in Teledentistry - mostly carried out by tertiary medical institutes across the world. While Teledentistry is advanced in some sub-specialties, it has high potential to receive more attention from general communities, dentists, dental hygienists, physicians, nurses, researchers and students. For the first time, this book will present essential knowledge from experts in this field. They will discuss the current status of technology and service in various Telledentistry sub specialties and its future implications. Written by experts from around the globe, (i.e., from USA, Europe, Australia and Asia), this book presents technical issues and clinical applications. It includes collective experiences from dental service providers in different parts of the world practicing a wide range of Teledentistry applications. This book lays the foundations for the globalization of Teledentistry procedures, making it possible for dental service to be delivered anywhere in the world.
Categories: Medical

Medical Informatics e Health

Medical Informatics  e Health

This book is divided into 18 chapters, all of which include learning objectives, recommendations for further reading, exercises and bibliographic references. Over the years, medical informatics has matured into a true scientific discipline.

Author: Alain Venot

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9782817804781

Category: Medical

Page: 494

View: 385

Over the years, medical informatics has matured into a true scientific discipline. Fundamental and applied aspects are now taught in various fields of health, including medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing and public health. Medical informatics is also often included in the curricula of many other disciplines, including the life sciences, engineering and economics. Medical informatics is a complex and rapidly changing discipline. Relatively few books have been published on the subject, and they rapidly become obsolete. This book is the fruit of a collaborative effort between authors teaching medical informatics in France and others who are conducting research in this field. In addition, an international perspective was pursued, as reflected in the inclusion of various developments and actions in both the USA and Europe. This book is divided into 18 chapters, all of which include learning objectives, recommendations for further reading, exercises and bibliographic references.
Categories: Medical

Integration of Medical and Dental Care and Patient Data

Integration of Medical and Dental Care and Patient Data

Correia to integrate a discipline of Informatics and New Technologies in Dentistry into its PhD Degree and also into the discipline of Dental Medicine, at the Masters Degree level of studies. Besides his academic activity, Prof.

Author: Valerie Powell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447121848

Category: Medical

Page: 418

View: 555

This book informs readers of the needs and rationale for the integration of medical and dental care and information with an international perspective as to how and where medical and dental care separated into specific domains. It provide high level guidance on issues involved with care and data integration and how to achieve an integrated model of health care supported by integrated HIT. A patient typically expects that a visit to a dentist can usually be resolved immediately. This expectation places a premium on instant, accurate, thorough, and current information. The state-of-the-art of fully integrated (dental-medical) electronic health record (EHR) is covered and this is contrasted with the current state of dental-medical software. While dentists in the US Veterans Health Administration (VHA), the US Indian Health Service (IHS), or the US military, for example, have access to fully integrated health records, most US clinicians still gather information from separate sources via fax or phone calls. The authors provide an in-depth discussion of the role of informatics and information science in the articulation of medical and dental practices and clinical data with the focus on applied clinical informatics to improve quality of care, practice efficiency, coordination and continuity of care, communication between physicians and dentists and to provide a more comprehensive care for the patients. Lastly, the book examines advances in medical and dental research and how these may affect dentistry in the future. Most new advances in healthcare research are information-intensive.
Categories: Medical