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Title The Bedside Computer in the Intensive Care Nursery
Author(s) Robert C. A. Goff, MD
Source Interface Age, Pages 65-67
Publication Date July, 1978
Abstract Software is being developed to enable pediatricians and neonatologists to maintain bedside computers in the Intensive Care Nursery, providing instant processing of, and access to the voluminous laboratory data and event summaries generated by each infant. The data is stored in the problem-oriented format and may be accessed with an inquiry to any particular problem. The program is being written in North Star extended disk BASIC (version 6, release 3 -- which utilizes random disk file access) and is implemented on a SOL/20 Terminal Computer with 48K RAM and North Star Microdisk drives.


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