By Hon S. Pak MD, Karen E. Edison MD, John D. Whited MD MHS
Книга Teledermatology: A User's consultant Teledermatology: A User's GuideКниги Медицина Автор: Hon S. Pak, Karen E. Edison, John D. Whited Год издания: 2008 Формат: pdf Издат.:Cambridge college Press Страниц: 192 Размер: 1,2 ISBN: 0521683351 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Teledermatology: A User's consultant used to be written to supply functional details for these members considering or making plans a teledermatology software or increasing their present use of teledermatology. It makes a speciality of the sensible facets of teledermatology implementation whereas offering a finished remedy of the subject. Discussions contain: company versions and compensation matters; the present prestige of teledermatology learn; the mixing of teledermatology into dermatology residency education courses; moral issues; confidentiality concerns; and the "art of teledermatology." It explores the technical elements of teledermatology and describes the diversities among reside interactive innovations and shop and ahead suggestions. This ebook is meant to supply either amateur and pro teledermatologists with finished and functional info on teledermatology. a few of the bankruptcy authors are one of the global specialists in teledermatology and feature constructed profitable and conceivable teledermatology courses. the information offered this is according to the teachings they've got realized during teledermatology improvement.
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83 95% CI ranges Note: Complete agreement – considers the single most likely diagnosis; partial agreement – considers both the single most likely diagnosis and differential diagnoses; NA, not available. Lesion category Reference Table 4-2: Diagnostic reliability measures using the kappa statistic Review of literature 21 Table 4-3: Intraobserver diagnostic reliability between clinic-based evaluations and store-and-forward teledermatology evaluations – point estimate data reported as simple agreement Reference Complete agreement (%) Partial agreement (%) Taylor  Lim  Pak  Krupinski  31–64 88 70 NA 50–70 95 91 76–90 Note: Complete agreement – considers the single most likely diagnosis; partial agreement – considers both the single most likely diagnosis and differential diagnoses; NA, not available.