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Digital medicine

Author: Arthur André
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
Series: Health informatics.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides an up to date user friendly resource on the emerging field of digital medicine and its present and potential future role in modern healthcare. Chapters are written by a specialist on each area in an easy to read format, which broadly covers the potential of digital medicine in epidemiology, precision medicine and surgery. Chapters focus on aspects of telemedicine, the applications of big data,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
André, Arthur
Digital Medicine
Cham : Springer,c2018
(OCoLC)1043846915
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur André
ISBN: 9783319982168 3319982168
OCLC Number: 1080084082
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (111 p.).
Contents: Intro; Contents; Chapter 1: The Information Technology Revolution in Health Care; 1.1 "Claudes" in the Clouds; 1.2 What Is e-Health?; 1.3 Institutional Definitions; 1.4 Connected Health; 1.5 A New Paradigm in Health Care; 1.6 New Players in the Game; 1.7 Patient Empowerment, Data, and Privacy; References; Chapter 2: Telemedicine; 2.1 Informative Telemedicine; 2.1.1 The French Example of DMP; 2.1.2 Informative Tele-imaging; 2.1.3 Remote Monitoring Services for Patients with Chronic Diseases; 2.2 Clinical Telemedicine; 2.2.1 Teleconsultation; 2.2.1.1 Scheduled Teleconsultation The Organization in France2.2.1.2 Immediate Teleconsultation and the Personalized Medical e-consultancy; 2.2.2 Teleexpertise; References; Chapter 3: Artificial Intelligence and Health Care; 3.1 What Is Artificial Intelligence?; 3.2 Expert Systems; 3.3 Machine Learning Algorithms; 3.4 Machine Learning Paradigms; 3.4.1 Supervised Learning; 3.4.2 Unsupervised Learning; 3.4.3 A Combined Method: Reinforcement Learning; 3.5 Deep Learning; 3.6 An Example of Machine Learning Algorithm: The Artificial Neural Network; 3.7 Algorithms for Decision-Making; 3.8 Algorithms in Radiology: The Era of Radiomics 3.8.1 Reproducibility and Repeatability3.9 Health Assistance and Patient Management; 3.10 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Blockchain and Health; 4.1 Blockchain and the Magic Notebook Analogy; 4.1.1 The Magic Notebook; 4.1.2 To Get a Bit More Technical; 4.1.2.1 Blocks; 4.1.2.2 Transactions; 4.1.2.3 Consensus; 4.1.3 The Bitcoin Blockchain; 4.2 The Uses of Blockchain; 4.2.1 How Can Blockchain Impact the Health-Care Field?; 4.2.2 Clinical Trials; 4.2.3 Health-Care Medical Records; 4.2.4 Drug Manufacturing; 4.2.5 Public Health; 4.3 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Precision Medicine 5.1 From Reductionism to a Systems Approach5.2 Systems Biology and Systems Medicine; 5.3 "4P" Medicine; 5.4 How to Build a Systems Medicine?; 5.4.1 Symptoms at the Heart of Integrative Analysis; 5.4.2 Symptom Clusters; 5.4.3 Comorbidity; 5.4.4 Complex Systems in Integrative Medicine; 5.5 Biomarkers; 5.6 Bioinformatics; 5.6.1 Current Integration Tools; 5.7 Limits; References; Chapter 6: Biomarkers in Precision Medicine: The Era of Omics; 6.1 Genomics; 6.2 Proteomics; 6.3 MicroRNA Biomarkers (Transcriptomics); 6.4 Biomarkers of Circadian Rhythms; 6.5 Biomarkers of Inflammation; References Chapter 7: Regenerative Medicine in the Digital Age7.1 Stem-Cell Therapy; 7.2 Gene Therapy; 7.2.1 Gene Editing and CRISPR /Cas9 Technology; 7.3 The Example of Neurodegenerative Diseases; 7.4 Brain-Computer Interface; 7.4.1 In Vitro Models; 7.4.2 Computational Models; 7.4.3 Animal Models and Applications in Humans; 7.5 3D Printing; 7.6 Anti-aging Medicine; References; Chapter 8: Business Model in Digital Medicine; 8.1 Introduction; 8.1.1 Conventional Business Models in Health Care; 8.2 Digitization of the Economy; 8.2.1 Potential Business Models for Digital Medicine; 8.2.1.1 Insurance Coverage
Series Title: Health informatics.
Responsibility: Arthur André, editor.

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