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126 Computerized Medical Care: The HELP System at LDS HospitalBiomedical Informatics1992
127 Computerized Medical Decision-Making - An Evaluation in Acute CareBiomedical Informatics1982
128 Computerized Medication Monitoring SystemBiomedical Informatics1976
129 Computerized Nurse ChartingBiomedical Informatics1989
130 Computerized Patient Monitoring at LDS Hospital-An EvaluationBiomedical Informatics1971
131 Computerized Practice Guidelines for Heart Failure Management: The HeartMan SystemBiomedical Informatics1995
132 Computerized Protocols Applied to Acute Patient CareBiomedical Informatics1977
133 Computerized Protocols Applied to Emergency and Acute CareBiomedical Informatics1978
134 Computerizing the Intensive Care Unit: Current Status and Future DirectionsBiomedical Informatics1989
135 Computers in the ICUBiomedical Informatics1984
136 Computers in the Emergency RoomBiomedical Informatics1987
137 Computers in the ICU and Surgery-Keeping Real-Time Records for Decision-MakingBiomedical Informatics1990
138 Computers in the ICU: Why? What? So What? (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1992
139 Computers in the Intensive Care Unit Match or MismatchBiomedical Informatics1989
140 Computers in the Intensive Care Unit: A Match Meant To Be!Biomedical Informatics1995
141 Computers in the Intensive Care Unit: The Clinical ChallengeBiomedical Informatics1992
142 Computing in the ICU: Is It Feasible and Practical? (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1991
143 Conformationally dynamic C helix of the RIalpha subunit of protein kinase A mediates isoform-specific domain reorganization upon C subunit binding.Different isoforms of the full-length protein kinase A (PKA) regulatory subunit homodimer (R2) and the catalytic (C) subunit-bound holoenzyme (R2C2) have very different global structures despite similar molecular weights and domain organization within their primary sequences. To date, it has been th...Protein Isoforms; Global Structures; cAMP2005-10-21
144 Construction of a medical informatics thesaurusMedical Informatics needs a specific terminology that reflects the multi-disciplinary nature of the field and can rapidly change as the discipline evolves. Using the four primary methods of thesaurus construction, a group at the University of Missouri- Columbia is developing a thesaurus that meets t...1994-01-01
145 Continuous Cardiac Output: How Accurate and How Timely? (Editorial)Biomedical Informatics1988
146 The Control of Cardiac Output During ExerciseBiomedical Informatics1967
147 CPRI Davies Symposium Proceedings (Preface)Biomedical Informatics1996
148 The creation and early implementation of a high speed fiber optic network for a university health sciences centerIn late 1989 the University of Missouri Health Sciences Center began the process of creating an extensive fiber optic network throughout its facilities, with the intent to provide networked computer access to anyone in the Center desiring such access, regardless of geographic location or organizatio...1991-01-01
149 Current Status of EEG Telephone TelemetryBiomedical Informatics1974
150 Data Driven Interpretation of Laboratory Results in the Context of a Medical Decision Support SystemBiomedical Informatics1989
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