Computers in Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Kevin J. Dalton, T. Chard
Elsevier, 1990 - Medical - 350 pages
The rapid progress of the computer, both in terms of size and capability, along with continued reduced prices and forays into the field of medicine has led to what is often termed the new medical revolution. While the future of the computer in medicine cannot be predicted, it can safely be said that it will certainly have a powerful impact on the practice of medicine, and those who educate themselves on the possibilities and applications as they come along will appreciate its contribution to the full. Computers in Obstetrics and Gynecology gives the reader an overview of the current situation of medical computing, with particular relevance to obstetrics and gynecology.

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