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     Scientific - methodical journal "Clinical Informatics and Telemedicine" publishes works on all directions of medical and clinical informatics, telemedicine.
     In the journal to light the newest technologies in clinical informatics: hospital information systems, computer technologies in functional diagnostics and telemedicine and many other things.
     In the Journal publishing survey and scientific articles that will be reviewed by domestic and foreign experts. It has registered in the Highest Attestation Commission (HC) of Ukraine, as the specialized professional journal (Medical, Pharmaceutical and Computer sciences).
     The following types of materials may be published: (1) Articles describing original works; (2) Methodical works containing the description of new methods and approaches in given areas; (3) State-of-the-art reviews (only under invitation); (4) Engineering notes (technical remarks); (5) Letters to Editor; (6) Messages about congresses and conferences (only under invitation); (7) Reviews of books.

Aims and objectives

     Interdisciplinary scientific methodological Journal Klinicheskaya informatika i Telemeditsina [Clinical Informatics and Telemedicine] (JKiT) publishes papers in all fields of medical informatics, bioinformatics, farmakoinformatics, telemedicine.
     The Journal covers the latest technology in clinical informatics: hospital information systems, computer technology in clinical neurophysiology and functional diagnostics, medical image analysis and many others.

The papers are reviewed by the leading domestic and foreign experts.


     The Journal is registered HAC of Ukraine, as a specialized professional journal in four areas - medical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, biological sciences, informatics and devices creation. Approved by the Resolution of the Presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of Ukraine 1-05/1 (medical), 1-05/3 (pharmaceutical), 1-05/4 (biological, technical). The journal cited and indexed in scientometric database Index Copernicus. The Journa lKiT is the official partner of The European Journal of Biomedical Informatics (EJBI), ISSN 1801-5603.
     The Journal publishes: (1) Articles describing original work; (2) methodological studies, describing new methods and approaches in these areas; (3) Analytical reviews (by invitation only); (4) Technical Notes; (5) Letters to the Editor; (6) Reports on congresses and conferences (by invitation only); (7) Book reviews.

Subjects of journal

SECTIONS:
1. Clinical informatics
2. Telemedicine
3. Information technologies in healthcare management
4. Information technologies in medical education
5. Scientific publications

HEADINGS:
1. Glossary of terms on common and medical informatics
2. Events, conferences on medical informatics
3. Medical information resources in the Internet
4. New computer technologies
5. New medical computer equipment
6. New computer equipment
7. New general-purpose software
8. Bulletin board about vacancies

Content of sections:
SECTION I: Clinical informatics
1.1. Hospital information systems (HIS)
1.2. Computer technologies in functional diagnostics
1.3. Medical signals, fields, images processing
1.4. Creation of medical Databases of medical establishments
1.5. Expert and intelligent medical diagnostic systems
1.6. Normative - legal base of healthcare informatization
1.7. Standardization of medical information technologies
1.8. Certification of medical software
1.9. Protection of medical information in Hospital Information Systems (HIS)
1.10. Medical smart cards
1.11. Nursing informatics
1.12. Information technologies in farmacy and clincal pharmacology
1.13. Ethics in medical informatics
1.14. Glossary of medical informatics terms.

SECTION II Telemedicine
1. Telemedical technologies, telecommunication networks, equipment
2. Partial telemedicine (Telemedical cardiology, neuro-diagnostics, medical radiology}
3. Legal problems of telemedicine
4. Standardization in telemedicine
5. Licensing of telemedical services
6. Remote training (tutoring)
7. European telemedicine
8. Telemedicine of the countries of the world
9. Glossary of terms on telemedicine

SECTION III Information technologies in healthcare management
1. Medical informational analytical systems (MIAS)
2. Medical geographical informational analytical systems (GIAS)
3. Legislation in medical iinformatics
4. Normative - legal base in Ukraine for medical iinformatics
5. Creation of regional and branch medical Databases and Registers.
6. Information technologies for medical statistics.

SECTION IV Information technologies in pharmacology and pharmaceutics

SECTION V Information technologies in stomatology

Editorial board

Editors: Editor-in-Chief - O.Yu. Mayorov (Kharkiv),
Deputy of the Editor-in-hief: O.P. Mintser (Kiev), A. A. Morozov (Kiev), V. V. Kal'nysh (Kiev).

Medical science: A.Aubert (Belgium), V.M. Belov (Kiev), I. Ye. Bulakh (Kiev), A.P. Chuprikov (Kiev), A.V. Frolov (Resp. Belarus), L.S. Godlevsky (Odessa), M.V. Golubchikov (Kiev), N.I. Hvisjuk (Kharkiv), A.S. Kovalenko (Kiev), Yu.M.Kolesnik (Zaporijja), N. M. Korenev (Kharkiv), V.B. Maksymenko (Kiev), I. Malmros (Sweden), I. Masic (Sarajevo), B. V. Mikhailov(Kharkiv), O.A.Panchenko (Donetsk), E. G. Pedachenko (Kiev), . V. Pidaev (Kiev), N.E.Polischuk (Kiev), N.G.Prodanchuk (Kiev), G.Raimondi (Italy), Renato M.E. Sabbatini (Brazil), A.M.Serduk (Kiev), G.A.Slabki (Kiev), V.N. Sokolov (Odessa), Ü. Tan (Turkey), V. Yo. Tseluyko(Kharkiv), A.P. Volosovets (Kiev), J.V. Voronenko (Kiev), W. Wertelecki (USA), N.I. Yabluchansky (Kharkiv), V.P.Jatsenko (Kiev), J.A. Zozulja (Kiev)
Biological science:M.Yu. Antomonov (Kiev), A.I. Bojkov (Kharkiv), M.L. Kochina (Kharkiv), O.A. Krishtal (Kiev), Yu.E.Lyakh (Donetsk), N. Ye. Makarchuk (Kiev), Ye. A. Nastenko (Kiev), D. A. Vasylenko (Kiev).
Pharmaceutical science:T.A. Bukhtiarova(Kiev) , Yu.I.Hubskyi (Kiev), V.P.Chernih (Kharkiv), V.I. bachny (Kharkiv), V.N. Kovalev (Kharkiv), Z. M. Mnushko (Kharkiv), B. L. Parnovsky (Lviv), N.S.Ponomarenko (Kiev), A. A. Ryzhov (Zaporijja), V. V. Shapovalov (Kharkiv), V. O. Shapovalova (Kharkiv), . I. Tihonov ((Kharkiv), V. . lochko (Kharkiv).
Computer science: M. J. Ball (USA),, . I. Byh (Kharkiv), P. Degoulet (France), G. Dietzel (Germany), R. Engelbrecht (Germany), L.S. Fainzilberg (Kiev), V.T. Grinchenko (Kiev), J.Gutknecht (Switzerland), A. Hasman (Netherlands), V.G.Knigavko (Kharkiv), J.Mantas (Greece), G.I.Mihalas (Romania), V.P.Martsenjuk (Ternopol), S.Olsson (Sweden), Yu..Penkin (Kharkiv), Yu. A. Prokopchuk (Dniepropetrovsk), I.G. Prokopenko (Kiev), L.G.Raskin (Kharkiv), B. Richards (Great Britain), Ye.I.Sokol (Kharkiv), S. K. Shoukourian (Armenia), Takashi Takahashi (Japan), J. Zvarova (Czech Republic), A.A. Zelensky (Kharkiv)


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Managing Editor: Tatyana Vinnik (Kharkiv)
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Rules for authors
     Scientific - methodical Journal ''Clinical Informatics and Telemedicine'' publishes works on all sections of medical and clinical informatics, telemedicine.

Design of manuscript
     The paper in English will be printed in Russian also.
     The volume of the manuscript (including figures, tables, the summary, caption signatures and list of literature) should not exceed 10 typewritten pages (format A4, 210x297), recommended print Times New Roman (size 12 pt, with an one-and-half line spacing), fields of 3 sm (1,2 inches) from different directions, no more than 30 lines, 60-70 marks in a line.
     Also preparation of materials as ASCII-file. is possible. Do not use hyphenations and alignment on a format. Formulas and equations prepare in the built - in editors of the equations. Manuscripts of the greater volume are accepted after the preliminary coordination with edition. The paper must be written in English and typed double-spaced with about 3 cm margins all around; the front page will show title, name of author(s), institution(s) where work was done and mailing address with postal code (zip in USA) of senior author if different from that of the institution.
     On the title page it is necessary to specify: the name of work, surname and name of author (authors) and the post address of author (one of authors), establishment ( establishments) where work was made also the post address of establishment (one of establishments), E-Mail address of author with which correspondence, his phone numbers (worker, home).
     All designations of measures, units of physical sizes, results of clinical and laboratory researches are harmonized with the International system of units (SI), terms - according to International classification of illnesses ( - 10). names of firms and devices are resulted in original transcription. All pages of the manuscript, including tables, list of literature and signature to figures, are necessary to number (numbering is put in the bottom headline).
     Original articles should include such sections: 1) introduction; 2) materials and methods of research; 3) results of research; 4) discussion of results (association of sections " Results and discussion " is supposed); 5) conclusions; 6) indication of unappropriated sources of financing of given work, name of grants (at their presence); 7) gratitude; 8) list of literature; 9) summary and key words.
     The statement of the text should be precise, laconic, without extensive historical digressions and recurrences. The author should designate a heading in which article will be publish.
     The name of article should be brief (no more than 9 meaning words), informative to include key words and precisely to reflect the contents of article.
     In case of processing article, date of receipt in edition will be date of reception is considered edition of its last variant.
     Digital material is whenever possible reduced in tables and not duplicated in the text. Tables should be compact, have serial number, and their names - exact to correspond to contents of columns. All figures in tables should correspond to figures in the text.
     In section "Discussion" it is necessary to show relationships between received effects. To compare received information with available in literature and to show its novelty. At discussion it is necessary to refer to an illustrative material of article. Discussion should be finished by the answer to question put in introduction. Each table is printed on separate page and has heading. Columns of tables should be entitled. The material of tables and figures should be clear without reference to the text of article.
     Figures are carried out in black-and-white variant on white paper, each figure on separate sheet, maximal size 120x120 mm. On curves (except for continuous registration) should be put experimental points, each curve should have number. On axes to point measureable quantity and its dimension (but not the phenomenon) only .
     Caption signatures are printed on a separate sheet with full explanatory of curves so that to not address to the text for explanatories. On the back of each figure its number and a surname of author are pointed.
     References to literature are given by figures in square brackets in citing order or in alphabetic order. It is necessary to prefer of reviews and works of last years. List of quoted literature (up to 10 in articles, no more 45 in reviews) is printed on separate pages with indication of surnames and initials of all authors. Examples of references to magazines, books, collections, dissertations below are resulted:

EXAMPLES of LITERATURE REFERENCES

1. vendal . . stvagotomy acid secretion nd mucosal blood flow during B-adrenoreceptor stimulation and universal chemical sympathectomy in dogs //Scand. J. Gastroent. - 1983. - Vol.18, 1. - P.97-102.
2. Lenz G. ffect on blood circulation vagotomy and pyloroplasty. - Berlin; Heidelberg4 New-York: Springer Verlag. 1980. - 329 p.
     The summary is represented in Russian and English languages. There should be absent introduction phrases and informativeless expressions in it. It should contain the main information of article in concentrated form and do not exceed volume of 100-150 keywords. Should contain three parts: essence of work (that made), main results (that found out) and conclusions to which there came authors.
     "Clinical Informatics and Telemedicine" publishes ordered the editorial board or offered by authors and approved by the editorial board analitical reviews and digests on the most actual problems of medical and clinical computer science and telemedicine devoted to the brightest and actual events in this area, volume up to 16 pages of the typewritten text, including figures and list of literature; or pass reviews (up to 4 pages of the typewritten text).

Electronic Manuscripts:

Electronic manuscripts have the advantage that there is no need for the rekeying of text, thereby avoiding the possibility of introducing errors and resulting in reliable and fast delivery of proofs. For the initial submission of manuscripts for consideration, hardcopies are sufficient. For the processing of accepted papers, electronic versions are preferred. After final acceptace, your disk plus two final and exactly matching printed versions should be submitted together. Double density (DD) or high density (HD) diskettes (3'/2 inch) are acceptable. If it important that the file saved is in the native format of the wordprocessor program used. Label disk with name of computer and wordprocessing package used, your name, and name of file on disk. Further information may be obtained from the Publisher.

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     Submitting your illustrations, pictures, tables and other artwork in an electronic format helps us to produce your work to the best possible standards, ensuring accuracy, clarity and a high level of detail. This site shows how to prepare your artwork for electronic submission and includes: common problems, suggestions on how to ensure the best results, and guidelines for popular applications. See the links under Creating your Artwork for details about using specific artwork software.

Sizing of artwork
     We aim to have a uniform look for all the artwork throughout one article. Please check the style of the journal to which you are submitting as some will require your artwork to be presented in a specific way. Some general guidelines that we use in sizing artwork are:
The lettering on your artwork should have a finished, printed size of 7 pt for normal text and not smaller than 6 pt for subscript and superscript characters. Smaller lettering may not be legible. However, there are instances where other factors in the artwork, such as tints and shadings, dictate a larger finished size, for example 10 pt. When deciding on the size of a line art graphic there are several other factors to assess in addition to the lettering. These all have a bearing on the quality and legibility of the final artwork. Tints and shadings have to be printable at finished size. All relevant detail in the illustration, the graph symbols (squares, triangles, circles, and so on) and a key to the diagram (to explain the graph symbols used) must be discernible. A typical mistake is when you can no longer distinguish between open and filled symbols (such as G and O) because over-reduction makes both look filled.

To help you prepare your artwork for submission, the following information shows the formats we prefer you to use for different image types.

In addition, it contains a list of warnings about potential problems that can affect images.

Potential problems with images
     Please read the following notes before you submit any images:
Where possible, please send your image files in TIFF or EPS format instead of JPEG. This is because the more often a JPEG image is amended or compressed, the more detail is lost from the final image. If you are only able to send in JPEG files please make sure that they are saved at the highest possible quality setting, that is, with minimum compression.
When graphs are produced in software such as Word or Excel, the default is to display the graph lines in colour. These types of coloured thin lines are difficult to reproduce, therefore please submit such graphs in black & white with different types of dashed lines for total clarity.
If you supply RGB encoded colour image files we may not be able to accurately reproduce the colours when the images are printed. This is because RGB encoding allows you to use more colours than those which can be reproduced on paper with CMYK.
Use for preservation of diagrams and illustrations of formats of files of specific programs (statistical packages, programs of visualization etc.) is not supposed.
     Do not save graphics in DOC, but in TIFF or EPS format with a minimum resolution of 800 dpi (line drawings) or 300 dpi (photografics, screen pictures). Good laser printouts of line drawings may be used for scanning, but color, telefax and matrix printer printouts are unsuitable.

Line art options
     Typical line art images are line graphs and bar charts. These can be either:
Black & White TIFF files with a minimum resolution of 1000 dpi.
EPS, PS, or PDF files. The absolute minimum line width is 0.5 pt; however, we prefer a minimum line width of 1 pt.
Note Do not place bitmap images within the EPS file, but send these in as TIFF files instead, as indicated above.

Halftone and Halftone-Line art combination options
     Typical halftone images are pictures, photographs, and micrographs. Please supply these as Greyscale TIFF files with a minimum resolution of either:
     300 dpi if there is no lettering.
     500 dpi if there is lettering.
Sizing halftones (photographs, micrographs, and so on) normally gives more problems than line art. It is at times difficult to know what an author is trying to emphasise on a photograph, so please identify the important parts of the image for us, perhaps by highlighting areas on a photocopy. The best advice that we can give is to not over-reduce halftones. Please pay attention to magnification factors or scale bars on the artwork and compare them with the details inside. If the set of artwork contains more than one halftone, make sure that there is consistency in size between similar diagrams.

Halftone-line art combinations are difficult to size, as changing one part may adversely affect the other part. In these cases you can help by suggesting an appropriate final size for your combination.

Make sure that we can reproduce your file at 100%, so that we can match the original as closely as possible.
We can use:
CMYK encoded TIFF images.
CMYK encoded EPS, PS, or PDF files.

File Delivery
     We can accept your artwork on the following media 3.25" disk: PC format is preferred. High density is the most common format with a capacity of 1.44 MB CD-ROM: Written only by dedicated hardware with supporting software. Please use the ISO9660 Joliet format, as this can be created and read on both PCs and MACs. Capacity 650 MB. ZIP disk: Portable media reliant on an external or internal drive. Capacities of either 100 or 250 MB. Many new PCs come equipped with internal drives as standard. http://www.iomega.com/zip/index.html.

4. Sending work
Materials should be sent to edition to the address:
P.O.Box 7313, Kharkiv 61002, Ukraine
Phone/fax: +380 57 711 80 21,
e-mail: kit-journal@ukr.net

     Together with 3 copies of article in edition the electronic version (see corrected registrations of the electronic version) is represented.
     One copy of the manuscript should be signed by each of the authors, two copies (for reviewers) are represented without the instruction(indication) of authors and establishments and do not subscribe.
     It is necessary to apply(put) the covering letter signed by the author or on materials, if authors a little - one of authors. Article is accompanied by direction of establishment in which it is executed, and conclusion of commission of experts. Article is revised by supervisor of studies if in article materials of the master's thesis or scheduled scientific work are submitted.


     One not updated complete set of work after reviewing will be sent for check to the appropriate author. Be corrected mistakes of the printer may only: any changes or additions to the edited manuscript will not be accepted. The updated complete set should be returned in edition within the limits of 7 days.
     Author's prints can be ordered, having filled in an order form which will be enclosed in a proof-reading.

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     Articles which are not recommended in a seal, do not come back. The fee for the published works is not paid.
     No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the Publisher.
     No responsibility is assumed by the Publisher for any injury and/or damage to persons or property as a matter of products liability, negligence or otherwise, or from any use or operation of any methods, products, instructions or ideas contained in the material herein. Because of the rapid advances in medical sciences, the Publisher recommends that independent verification of diagnoses and drug dosages should be made. Although all advertising material is expected to conform to ethical (medical) standards, inclusion in this publication does not constitute a guarantee or endorsement of the quality or value of such product or of the claims made of it by its manufacturer.

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Contents and ABSTRACTS .11 is.12 2015

CONTENTS

Original Articles

IT in Healthcare management

Recording and monitoring of innovation activities
A. E. Gorban
Rationale for the establishment and development conceptual principles of automated information system of registration and monitoring of innovation in the sphere of health care of Ukraine

Information support of manager
G. O. Slabkiy, . . Znamenska
Informational technologies in the system of communications in health service
E. M. Kryvenko
Information component of health care heads activity of different levels

IT in Molecular biology

Polymerase chain reaction, Pontryagins maximum principle
V. P. Martsenyuk, A. S. Sverstyuk, O. M. Kuchvara
Exercise of optimal control of annealing stage f polymerase chain reaction

IT in Experimental neurophysiology

Factor model, Emotional stress
O. Yu. Mayorov
Quantitative assessment of the neuroendocrine axes and immune system in the setting of the experimental emotional stress: factor mode

HodgkinHuxley model, multivariate method
V. P. Marceniuk, Z. V. Mayhruk
Algorithms qualitative analysis HodgkinHuxley model axon activity

IT in Cardiology

Dynamic postural effects, HRV analysis
T. V. Sergeev, N. B. Suvorov, P. I. Tolkachov, A. V. Belov
Influence of complex postural loadings on human heart rate

The statistical classification methods, predicting the effectiveness of treatment
M. S. Abramovich, . S. Atroschenko
On prediction of chronic heart failure therapy effectiveness

IT for the monitoring of physiological functions

Prolonged and continuous monitoring of blood pressure
O. Antonchyk, A. Jadooei, V. Shulgin
Algorithm of cuffless blood pressure estimation based on maximum likelihood method

IT in Surgery

Monitoring for diagnostics in surgery
N. N. Veligotsky, A. V. Gorbulich, N. N. Skaliy, S. A. Pavlichenko
Using a system of the bile ducts pressure monitoring for the diagnosis of biliary obstruction

Medical information systems in surger
I. D. Duzhyi, V. V. Gorokh, O. V. Trubilko, S. V. Kharchenko
Software for medical information system for audit and analysis of patients with gastrointestinal bleedings

IT for Image analysis

Biological activity of water,
Kirlian effect

L. A. Pisotska, N. V. Glukhova
Study of external factors on biological activity of water

IT in Physiotherapy

D. V. Vakulenko
Mathematical modeling of complex massage treatments on patient and masseur

IT in Therapy

T. V. Kolesnik
Latest information technology operational analysis and modeling as a tool improve diagnosis of arterial hypertension chronobiological features

Debating club

Mathematical models of health
V. A. Lishchuk
The industry and culture of health from informatization systems to the intellectual technologies

Difficult diagnosis, clinical informatics
I. Chaikovsky
Difficult diagnostic problem from the clinical Informatics point of view

Anniversaries
Department of Clinical Informatics and IT in Healthcare Management of Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education 20th anniversary
Department of Pharmaceutical Informatics of the National University of Pharmacy 10th anniversary
Mikhailo V. Golubchikov anniversary
Volodymyr . Kabachny anniversary
Boris A. Kobrinskiy anniversary
Ozar P. Mntser anniversary

The Legislation
THE LAW OF UKRAINE On the Fundamentals of Information Society Development in Ukraine for 20072015 from 09.01.2007 537-V
THE LAW OF UKRAINE On Personal Data Protection from June 1, 2010 2297-VI (as amended)

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics
The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)
The International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA)
The European Federation for Medical Informatics Association (EFMI)

Events, Conferences
MEDINFO 2015: eHEALTH enabled HEALTH 1923 August 2015, Sao Paulo SP, Brazil
2nd Congress Medical and biological informatics and cybernetics with international participation 2425 June 2015, Kyiv, Ukraine

New books
New books on medical informatics, medical imaging, computer diagnostics methods, medical statistics

Institute of Medical Informatics and Telemedicine


Contents and ABSTRACTS .10 is.11 2014

CONTENTS

Editorial
Information. Scientific and practical Conference with international participation Information Technology in Neurology, Psychiatry, Epileptology and Medical statistics 1718 October, 2013, Kiev, Ukraine

Original Articles

IT in clinical neurophysiology

qEEG, HRV. Deterministic chaos Cluster computing
O. Yu. Mayorov, V. N. Fenchenko
Calculation of the correlation dimension and entropy of EEG signals in cluster computing systems

IT in psychophysiology

Neuroimaging
K. G. Mazhirina, M. V. Rezakova, M. A. Pokrovskiy, A. A. Savelov, M. B. Shtark
Central self-regulation mechanisms: fMRI study

IT in cardiology

Clinical cardiology New methods of ECG analysi
A. V. Frolov, T. G .Vaikhanskaya, M. A. Martsenyuk
Cardiovascular risk events in perspective catastrophe theory
S. A. Belal, A. V. Martynenko, M. I. Yabluchansky
Heart rate entropy for rhythmic breathing tests
Grid-systems in cardiology
G. Knyshov, A. Kovalenko, E. Nastenko, S. Siromakha, . Demin, S. Svistunov, A. Pezentsali, A. Yakovenko, O. Romanuk
Establishment and implementation of Grid-system in medical diagnostic cardiac department

IT for monitoring physiological functions

Comprehensive analysis of physiological functions
E. A. Yumatov, S. S. Pertsov, E. N. Dudnik, L. V. Mezentseva
The conception of the information equipment for systemic control of the sleep in daily conditions
O. P. Strakhova, A. A. Ryzhov
Statistical analysis the index of human functional state in ergatic system humancomputer

IT in neurology

Heart Rate Variability
D. V. Vakulenko, L. O. Vakulenko
The results of the study of mechanisms differential massage on patients with neurological syndrome, degenerative disc disease of the cervical spinewith a digital analyzer biorhythms

IT in psychiatry

Predictive modeling
O. I. Osokina, V. A. Abramov, G. G. Putyatin, S. G. Pyrkov, E. M. Vygovskaya, E. M. Denisov, O. N. Golodenko
Prediction the efficiency of existential-personal rehabilitation in patients with manifestation of schizophrenia

IT in oncology

Predictive modeling
O. P. Kolesnik, A. I. Shevchenko, Y. . Lyakh, V. G. Gurianov
The total scale for prognosis of survival patients with early stages of non-small cell lung cancer
S. B. Pavlov, N. M. Babenko, M. V. Kumechko
Using markers of atypical cells for evaluating adaptive capabilities

Medical Grid-systemsMedical Grid-systems
A. Kovalenko, A. Pezentsali, O. Romaniuk, E. Tsarenko
Using PACS for organization of image storages in healthcare facilities

IT in pharmacy

Mathematical planning
S. A. Kutsenko, . V. Kutovaya, I. V. Kovalevskaya, O. A. Ruban
Application of mathematical planning of mathematical planning the selection for filling capsules Venoton

Medical statistics. Chaotic neural networks
K. A. Lyuhanova, I. V. Timanyuk, Z. M. Mnushko
Application of chaotic neural networks for clustering regions of Ukraine in terms of providing antithrombotic medicines

IT in education

O. P. Pakholchuk
Methodical features of information and communication technologies use in medical student knowledge formation

Obituaries
In memory of Alexander M. Ahmetshin
In memory of Mark D. Katz
In memory of Igor I. Haimzon

The Legislation
World Medical Association (WMA) Declaration of Helsinki Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects (Editorial 2013)

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics
The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)

Events
25th European Medical Informatics Conference August 31September 3, 2014, Istanbul, Turkey

Books
New books on medical informatics, medical imaging, computer diagnostics methods

Conference Proceedings
Scientific and practical Conference with international participation Information Technology in Neurology, Psychiatry, Epileptology and Medical statistics 1718 October, 2013, Kiev, Ukraine
Institute of Medical Informatics and Telemedicine


Contents and ABSTRACTS .9 is.10 2013

CONTENTS

Editorial

Information on International Conference Information Technologies in Cardiology 1112 April, 2013, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Original Articles

E-health

Health information systems
B. Ledoshchuk, M. Ledoshchuk
The concept of creation and development of information systems at the National Research Center for Radiation Medicine NAMS of Ukraine for the period from 2012 to 2020

ITin cardioligy

Experimental cardiology
O. Mayorov
Quantitative assessment of stress and ischemic myocardial damages in normal conditions and during experimental stress: factor model

Clinical cardiology
New methods of ECG analysis
G. G. Ivanov, R. M. Baevskiy, Ghazi Halabi, E. J. Bersenev, V. B. Rusanov
Minute, circadian and seasonal fluctuations of microalternations of an electrocardiogram-signal according to dispersive mapping
L. S. Fainzilberg, E. N. Minina
Study of the diagnostic value of the orientation angle of the phase portrait of the one-lead ECG as an indicator of the functional state of the myocardium
A. M. Akhmetshyn, K. A. Akhmetshyn
Phase portrait synthesis of multichannel ECG as brightness images at information bases of singular vectors

IT in functional diagnostics
I. A. Chaikovsky
The analysis of the electrocardiogram in one, six and twelve leads in terms of information value: a electrocardiographic cascade

The express analysis and functional state monitoring
I. I. Funtova, E. S. Luchitskaya I. N. Slepchenkova, A. G. Chernikova, R. M. Baevsky
The research of functional conditions in humans during night sleep during prolonged exposure to microgravity. Space experiment Sonocard

Heart Rate Variability
G. B. Shiroky, A. V. Ilyahinsky, V. M. Levanov, I. S. Mukhina
Dirichlet distribution as a state model of adaptive regulatory systems of the human body in the analysis of heart rate variability

Control of circulation
R. M. Baevsky, I. I. Funtova E. S. Luchitskaya, A. G. Chernikova
Studying of long weightlessness influence on autonomic regulation of blood circulation at crew members of the international space station. Space experiment Pneumocard

Prediction in the clinic

A. O. Matviychuk, E. A. Nastenko, E. O. Lebedeva, O. G. Kyselova
Prediction of risk factors for coronary sclerosis
V. V. Bokatueva
Evaluation structure of interrelation of clinical indexes of cardioembolic stroke patients with favourable and fatal outcome
M. N. Nessonova, M. L. Kochina
Applying results of the information technology for grade of severity estimation and clinical outcome prediction in a case of pancreas trauma
N. S. Rogozynska, L. M. Kozak
The integrated indicators for analysis of cause-specific mortality
S. Solovyov
Development and analysis of dynamic model of morbidity of rotavirus infection and evaluation of possible consequences of its specific prevention in Ukraine

IT in psychophysiology

V. Kalnysh, A. Shvets
Peculiarities of operators activity quality estimation using reliabilitys profile

IT in neurology

. . Ivantsova
Peculiarities of neurodynamic and structural changes of the cerebrum caused by cognitive impairments of the patients with consequences of the traumatic brain injury

IT in ophthalmology

M. L. Kochina, A. V. Yavorsky, S. N. Lad, . S. Yevtushenko
Age features of functional organization of reception and the primary processing of visual information

IT in the medical bibliography

D. V. Lande, I. V. Gorbov, I. V. Balagura
Characteristics in co-author network of medical sciences

Obituaries

YuriyL. Volianskiy (19402013)
Pavlo M. Siverskij (19402013)

The Legislation

The Concept of Public Health Informatization in Ukraine for 20132018 years

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics

The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)

Anniversaries

On the 100th anniversary of Nikolai M. Amosov
Roman M. Baevsky anniversary
Evgenij A. Umatov anniversary

Conference Proceedings

International Conference Information Technologies in Cardiology
1112 April 2013, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Contents and ABSTRACTS .8 is.9 2012

CONTENTS

Editorial:

International onference Informatization of Healthcare in Ukraine: Prospects of development 1718 October 2012, Kyiv, Ukraine

Original Articles

E-health

Registers creation

B. A. Kobrinskiy (Russia)
Modern view on the problem of registers creation for diseases monitoring

Health information systems

. . Dukov (Russia)
KORUS Consulting solutions to creation of information system of medical institutions and informatization of the regional health care

Laboratory medical information systems

Laboratory medical information system TerraLab

Information technologies in clinical neurophysiology

New methods. Nonlinear EEG analysis

O. Yu. Mayorov, V. N. Fenchenko
Method of channels and jokers in the study of bioelectrical brain activity

Stabilometry

Yu. E. Lyakh, Yu. G. Vykhovanets, V. I. Ostapenko, V. G. Gurjanov, A. N. Cherniak
Stabilometric criterions in prediction of functional condition of the person

Information technologies in functional diagnostics

New methods of ECG analysis

A. M. Akhmetshyn, K. A. Akhmetshyn
Representation and analysis of multidimensional medical data at orthogonal information bases

V. P. Marceniuk, R. V. Sarabun
The software environment for creating of an artificial ECG

V. I. Shulgin, Ali Jadooei, D. I. Shulga, K. V. Nasedkin, V. V. Fedotenko
Measurement of arterial blood pressure, on the basis of co-processing of physiological parameters set

The express analysis and functional state monitoring

E. A. Yumatov (Russia)
Information medicine new microprocessor technologies for life and human health protection

Y. V. Antonova-Rafi, V. M. Antonov
Cyber acmeology express analysis tools and monitoring of biological objects which is based on the design of medical and biological information systems

Information technologies for control of cardio-vascular system

Control of circulation

L.  A. Bockeria, V. A. Lischouk, D. Sh. Gazizova, L. V. Sazykina, G. V. Shevchenko (Russia)
Technical and mathematical control of circulation a condition and prospects

Information technologies in a cardiology clinic

G. V. Knyshov, A. V. Rudenko, E. A. Nastenko, . V. Yakovenko, V. . Pavlov, N. N. Rudenko, V. V. Shapovalova
Comparative analysis of effective application of information entropy and statistical methods for risk assessment of acute heart failure progression

Telemedicine

History

A. I. Grigoriev, O. I. Orlov, R. M. Baevsky (Russia)
The role of academican V. V. Parin in development of space telemedical technologies

New telemedical technologies

L. S. Fainzilberg
Technology of telemedicine system based on generative model of artificial ECGs realistic forms

Telemedical monitoring

R. M. Baevsky, I. I. Funtova (Russia), J. Tank (Germany)
The use of seismo- and ballistocardiography in russian aviation and spacemedicine. A short historical review

Information technologies in psychophysiology

V. V. Kalnysh, . V. Shvets
Characteristic of operators working reliability using the structural linguistics methods

Information technologies for analysis of images in clinic

V. N. Sokolov, L. V. Anishchenko
A role of radial diagnostics methods in the exposure of the vascular dementia

Information technologies in of epidemilogy

D. I. Chumachenko, T. O. Chumachenko, Yu. K. Chernyshev, A. V. Tovstik
Information technology of epidemic process simulation system

Information technologies in medical education

A. A. Ryzhov, A. N. Popov
Model of knowledge in remote leaning systems. Part III. Cognitive prototype natural pattern of structuring and presentation of declarative knowledge
Yu. V. Voronrnko , M. N. Dolzhenko, Yu. P. Vdovichenko, O. M. Verner, N. V. Kharchenko
The experience of distance learning on-line: training on the web-portal www.webcardio.org and social netwrks Facebook and Twitter
L. Ya. Kovalchuk, V. P. Martsenyuk, P. R. Selsky
The substantiation of using information technologies for family medicine training and improvement the medical care quality at the primary level

The Legislation

THE CABINET OF UKRAINE DECISION, 546/2012, Kiev.
On approval of the Electronic Register of Patients
Regulation On the Electronic Registry of Patients

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics

The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM) anniversary. 20 years

New books

New books on medical informatics, medical imaging, computer diagnostics methods

Anniversaries

Anatoly Grigoryev anniversary
Yuriy Zozulya anniversary
Victor Sokolov anniversary

Medical Informatics: Events, Conferences

MEDINFO 2013
The 14th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics
2023 august 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark

EFMI STC 2013
Special topic conference (STC)
Data and Knowledge for Medical Decision Support
April 17th19th 2013, Prague, Czech Republic

Conference Proceedings

International Conference Informatization of Healthcare in Ukraine: Prospects of development
1718 October 2012, Kyiv, Ukraine

Contents and ABSTRACTS .7 is.8 2011

CONTENTS

Editorial:

Conference with the international participation Medical & Biological Informatics and Cybernetics: Steps of the Development 2023 April, 2011, Kiev, Ukraine

Original Articles:

Medical cybernetics.
Modelling of physiological functions

Modelling of heart work
Modelling of self-regulation mechanisms

A. V. Martynenko, M. Martynenko
Mathematical approach to information and knowledge I. Khayimzon, E. Bondarchuck
The electrophysiological model of the heart (virtual heart)
Yu. Lyakh, O. Gorshkov, V. Gurjanov, Yu. Vihovanets
Human vertical posture mechanisms modelin

Information technologies in experimental physiology

O. Yu. Mayorov
Evaluation of individual typological features of behaviour and resistance of intact white male rats on the basis of the factor model of the normal ethological spectrum of parameters in the open-field test

Information technologies in psychophysiology

. . Osnitskiy, S. Yu. Tarasova
Prenozological control of psychophysiological desadaptation of young scholars

Telemedicine

New telemedical technologies

K. Storogenko
The world of medicine without borders. Technologies Cisco in area of intellectual public health services

Telemedical monitoring

O. I. Orlov, R. M. Baevsky, V. I. Pougatchev, A. P. Berseneva,
A. R. Baevsky, A. G. henikova, T. A. Zenchenko

Telemedical aspects in assessing the risk of desease in healthy people. Preliminary results of longitude medical environmental investigations

Information technologies in functional diagnostics

Computer cardiography

A. M. Akhmetshyn, K. A. Akhmetshyn
Information possibilities of ECG analysis and mapping at singular value decomposition basis of embedded vectors
A. Frolov, A. Mrochek, A. Voitovich, M. Voitikova,
T. Voikhanskaya, O. Melnikova, A. Vorobiev

IAnalysis of atrial electrical activity for atrial fibrillation diagnostics

Analysis of Images

Information technologies for analysis of images in clinic

N. I. Zabolotna, S. V. Pavlov, B. P. Olijnychenko
Phase Mueller-matrix tomography system of polucrystalline networks of biological tissue
L. S. Terentyeva, V. N. Sokolov, S. G. Legesa, L. V. Anishchenko, Y. V. Stasyuk, V. D. Sokolova
Beam diagnostics tumors and psevdotumors diseases orbits

Information technologies in clinic

Distance radiotheraphy

V. P. Starenkij, L. A. Averjanova, L. L. Vasiljev, U. A. Orlova
The analysis of informational and technical features of up-to-date teleradiotherapy treatment planning systems

Pharmacoinformatics

A. Yu. Poghosyan
Densitometric and radiovisiographic motivation of the using the beeswax as membrane for guided tissue regeneration in experiment
N. Ya. Golovenko, V. E. Kuzmin, A. G. Artemenko,
M. A. Kulinsky, P. G. Polishchuk, I. Yu. Borisyuk

Prediction of bioavailability of drugs by the method of classification models
L. A. Perekhoda, V. A. Georgiyants
Definition of correlation structureanticonvulsant activity of the derivatives of 1-aryl-4-R-5-methyl(amino)-1,2,3-tryazol(1)

Information technologies in to medical genetics

M. Ya. Eingorin
Matrixes and symmetry in structures grammars and genes

Standardization of information medical technologies

T. V. Zarubina, S. L. Shvyrev
Russian HL7 Affiliate: first steps, issues and perspective
O. Kovalenko, G. Pezentsali, K. Tsarenko
Problems of standardization in the field of medical information technologies

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics

The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)
International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA)
European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI)
The European Association of Healthcare IT Managers (HITM)

Anniversaries

Nicolaj M. Korenev Anniversary
Oleg Yu. Mayorov Anniversary

Medical Informatics: Events, Conferences

24th European Medical Informatics Conference MIE2012 2629 August, 2012, Pisa, Italia
14th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics Medinfo 2013 2023 August, 2013,Copenhagen, Denmark
Calendar of events

New books

New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, medical imaging, computer diagnostics methods

The Legislation

K. P. Vorobyov
Recommendation about results representating of clinical researches in dissertations The article is open to discussion and journal publications. A part 2. The project of references

Contents and ABSTRACTS .6 is.7 2010

CONTENTS

Editorial:

First All-Ukrainian Congress Medical and biological informatics and cybernetics with international participation.

Original Articles:

Information technologies in clinical neurophysiology

O.Yu. Mayorov, V.N. Fenchenko
Application of the local index of fractality for the analysis of the short R-R intervals series researching of heart rate variability
T. Mironova, E. Davidova, T. Sokolova
Heart Rate Variability at the Occupational Diseases
A.L. Kulik, O.K. Zaderykhin, V.I. Shulgin, A.V. Martynenko, N.I. Yabluchansky
Fluctuations in time-domain of heart rate variability spectral indices in healthy volunteers

Information technologies in functional diagnostics

L.S. Fainzilberg
FASEGRAF effective information technology of ECG processing for screening of coronary artery disease
V.T. Grinchenko, A.P. Makarenkov, A.A. Makarenkova
Computer auscultations is a new method of objectification descriptions of respirationsounds

Analysis of Images

A.M. Akhmetshin, L.G. Akhmetshina
Fuzzy segmentation of low contrast radiological images
A.Yu. Gladyrieva, N.N. Budnyk, A.S. Kovalenko
Researching of influence compression degree and chromaticity on medical ultrasonic images quality
N.R. Bayazitov, L.S. Godlevsky
Laparoscopic images informative characteristics in the course of minilaparoscopic diagnostics
V.N. Sokolov, E.S. Sitnikova, I.P. Olievskaja, N.P. Gadjuchenko, L.V. Anishenko, U.V. Stasyuk
Methods of radial diagnostics of pancreas diseases
S.M. Alkhimova, V.P. Yatsenko
Moments method for measuring perfusion parameters (review)

Telemedicine

O.I. Orlov, R.M. Baevsky, A.P. Berseneva, E.Y. Bersenev, A.G. Chernikova, I.N. Slepchenkova
Telemedical ecology as new scientific and practical direction
K. Rymarenko, D. Dobryanskyy
Telemedicine implementation in Ukrainian health care institutions: experience of Ukraine-Swiss Mother and Child Health Programme

The article is open to discussion

P.Ye. Grigoryev, G.V. Kilessa, N.I. Khorseva, V.V. Khramov, A.V. Olenchuk, E.E. Asanov
Information diagnostic system for determining a dependence of human state from influence of cosmophysical factors

Medical cybernetics. Modelling of functional systems

V.A. Lischuk
The organization of physiological systems providing integrity of the organism

Information-field technology

E.A. Yumatov
Information-field effects of registration of the subjective state of the persons brain

Information technologies in psychophysiology and professional selection

V.V. Kalnysh
Contents-modelling of the process of man and technique co-evolution
M.L. Kochina, A.G. Firsov
Hardware-software complex for psyhophysological researches

Pharmacoinformatics

K.O. Zupanets
Computer modelling of glucosamine hydrochloridum, N-acetylglucosamine and quercetine interaction in case of its combined composition use
.V. Pestun, .V. Bondareva, Z.N. nushko, .N. Nessonova
Method of prognostication of level of development of pharmacy enterprises by estimation of factors of microenvironment

Information technologies in medical education

A.A. Ryzhov
Model of knowledge in the distant learning systems. Part II. Comparative analysis of knowledge transfer process in studies systems on the basis of IDEF0 technologies

Obituary: Platon G. Kostyuk (20.08.192410.05.2010)

The Legislation

Law of Ukraine About protection of the personal data.
Regulations on distance studies in establishments of postgraduate education. Project

Debatable club

K.P. Vorobyov
To recommendation on presentation of results of clinical researches in dissertations and journal publications Part 1. Substantive provisions

Anniversaries

Yurij I. Gubsky anniversary
Ozar P. Mincer anniversary

Medical Informatics, Events, Conferences

Conference Medical and biological informatics and Cybernetics: steps of the development with the international participation. April 2023, 2011. Kiev, Ukraine
XXIII International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics. August 2831, 2011. Oslo, Norway

New books

New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, medical imaging, computer diagnostics methods

Contents and ABSTRACTS .5 is.6 2009

Editorial:

Satellite scientifically-practical Symposium RADI0L0GY'2009
MEDICAL INFORMATICS AND TELEMEDICINE
May 21-22, 2009, Odessa, Ukraine. Report

Original Articles:

Information technologies in clinical neurophysiology

Quantitative EEG /ECG/HRV/stabilography

Yu. Lyakh, 0. Gorshkov, V. Gurjanov, Yu. Vihovanets
Neurophysiology analysis of stabilogram by Hurst exponent
Abstract

0. Yu. Mayorov, V. N. Fenchenko
Increase reliability of bioelectric activity (EEG, ECG and HRV) deterministic chaos researches by the nonlinear analysis methods
Abstract

Information technologies in psychophysiology and professional selection

V. V. Kalnysh
Information models forformation process ofreliable operators' activity
Abstract

M. L. Kochina, V. G. Kalimanov
The simulation of cornea's tenselyideformed catastasis using the system of engineering analysis ANSYS: results
Abstract

Analysis of Images

0. V. Phylonin
Only a few projection optical3D a micro tomography of cellular structures
Abstract

A. M. Akhmetshin, L. G. Akhmetshina I. M. Matsuk
Interference sensitive complex method of radiological and microbiological images analysis
Abstract

V. N. Sokolov, Z. M. Shavladze, N. V. Pilipuk, F. D. Yevchev, E. U. Mirza, Yu. V. Stasyuk
Application of virtual CT endoscopy of cancer larings
Abstract

Telemedicine

Company INCOM (Ukraine)
Construction of telemedical networks

Processing of volumetric medicalimages

Company Materialise (Belgium)
Mimics the software for processing of volumetric medicalimages

Information technologies in clinical practice

Monitoring systems in clinic of internal medicine

G. V. Dzyak, . V. Kolesnyk, T. M. Bulana, K. U. Yegorov
Information technology of system of dynamic monitoring for diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases
Abstract

Information technologies for a physiotherapy

0. 0. Shugurov
Program control of stimulators for the diagnostic and medicalpurposes
Abstract

Pharmacoinformatics

L. P. Dorokhova, I. V. Pestun, 0. Y. Rogulya
Imitating model of service of buyers in pharmaceutical establishments
Abstract

Z. M. Mnushko, Yu. V. Popova, I. V. Timanyuk
Multi-layer artificial neural network in predicting the capacity of the pharmaceutical market
Abstract

V. E. Dobrova, M. G. Starchenko, . V. Saienko
The use analysis of variance methods at clinical research phase l-st of the Altabor
Abstract

Debatable club

V. Avramenko, G. Legejda
Experience using of audio-video images system in cardiosurgery

G. A. Slabkij, V. G. Ostachko, 0. B. Dinnik, A. S. Kovalenko
On a way of telemedical technologies development in Ukraine

Information technologies in medical education

A. A. Ryzhov
Knowledge representation model in the distant learning systems
Part 1. The analysis of the meaning apparatus
Abstract

Obituary: Daniel Carleton Gajdusek (1923-2008)

The Legislation

The Program of Candidate (PhD) examination on a specialty 14.03.11 Medical & Biological Informatics and Cybernetics (Medicalsciences)
The Project The Rules of Telemedical Network of Ukraine

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics

The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)
International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA)
IMIA Code of Ethics for Health Information Professionals
European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI)
The European Association of Healthcare IT Managers (HITM)

Anniversaries


Valentin I. Grischenko anniversary

Medical Informatics, Events, Conferences

Calendar of Conferences, Congresses on 2008-2010
MEDINFO 2010
13th International Congress ofthe International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), Cape Town, South Africa

New books

New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, medicalimaging, diagnostics computer methods

Abstracts

Satellite scientifically-practical Symposium RADI0L0GY'2009 MEDICAL INFORMATICS AND TELEMEDICINE

Contents and ABSTRACTS .4 is.5 2008

Editorial

Annual International Conference Computer Medicine2007 IT in Reforming Healthcare. September 1415, 2007, Kharkiv, Ukraine. Report.

Original Articles

Health information systems

Microsoft Corporation (USA)
Your health our care. Information systems: key questions. A part 3.

Information technologies in clinical neurophysiology

Quantitative EEG /EP (qEEG / qEP)

O. Yu. Mayorov, V. N. Fenchenko
Researching of the brain bioelectrical activity from positions of multidimensional linear and nonlinear EEG analyses.
Abstract

Heart rate variability (HRV)

G. G. Ivanov, V. V. Popov, S. Saleh
Structure of heart rate variability at analysis - and RR-intervals in healthy persons and patients with CHF.
Abstract

Images analysis

M. Akhmetshin, L. G. Akhmetshina
Increasing sensitivity roentgenogram analysis by means of automorphic mapping method in a basis of eigen images.
Abstract

V. N. Sokolov
Application of virtual -endoscopy of large vesseles, bronchuses and colon with using computer tomography ASTEION SUPER 4 and VITREA-2 station of TOSHIBA firm.
Abstract

Nanotechnologies

S. V. Gorobets, O. Yu. Gorobets, D. O. Derecha
Bioinformatics as the basic tool for nanobiotechnologies and nanomedicine. Review.
Abstract

Information technologies in clinical practice

Monitoring systems in clinic of internal medicine

G. V. Dzyak, T. V. Kolesnyk
Use of information technologies for definition of an arterial hypertension degree according to data of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring.
Abstract

Multiagent technologies in modeling of diseases

P. P. Ryzhko, A. Yu. Sokolov, E. K. Chmihun, L. V. Roshenyuk, D. I. Chumachenko, A. A. Sokolov
Modeling of dermatology and venereology diseases spreading on the basis of multi agents technologies.
Abstract

Pharmacoinformatics

B. L. Parnovsky, M. V. Slabyy, O. N. Zaliska, A. I. Bojko, G. V. Kramarenko, G. J. Jatskova, A. A. Lendjak
Development of the theory of pharmaceutical computer science and teaching of this discipline in Ukraine. Review.
Abstract

V. A. Zhuk, Yu. M Penkin
Informational model of the system of integral quality management for pharmaceutical companies.
Abstract

Information technologies in medical education

L. Ya. Kovalchuk, V. P. Martsenyuk, A. V. Semenets
Conceptual methods of the integrated environment of the knowledge evaluation in the medical education.
Abstract

Victor Ponomarenkos memories

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics
The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)
The European Association of Healthcare IT Managers (HITM)
International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA)
European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI)

Anniversaries
Victor Sokolov anniversary
Anatoly Chuprikov anniversary
Valentine Jatsenko anniversary

Medical Informatics, Events, Conferences
MIE 2008 21st International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics, Sweden.
Calendar of Conferences, Congresses on 20062009.

New books
New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, medical imaging, diagnostics computer methods.

Abstracts
Annual International Conference Computer Medicine2007 IT in Reforming Healthcare.
The authors index of Conference Computer Medicine2007 theses.


Contents and ABSTRACTS .3 is.4 2006

Editorial

State Program of healthcare informatization, 20072010 (Project)

Original Articles

Health information systems

Microsoft Corporation (USA)
Your health our care. Improvement of healthcare with the help of the newest information technologies. A part 2.

Medical smart-cards

Gottfried T.W. Dietzel
The Action Programme Information Society Germany 2006 and the Healthcare Reform: Modernizing Healthcare in Germany by Introducing the eHealthcard.

Computer technics and health of users

Sanitary-and-hygienic problems applications of computer technics

M. L. Kochina, E. N. Budjanskaya, I. A. Ishkova, A. V. Javorsky, E. P. Zavalnya, M. I. Kovtun, V. A. Gromov, N. G. Lobortas.
The results of mydriacyl use for preventive maintenance of computer visual syndrome at young users.
Abstract

Information technologies in clinical neurophysiology

Quantitative EEG /EP (qEEG / qEP)

O. Yu. Mayorov, V. N. Fenchenko
About the evaluation of the deterministic chaos parameters at bioelectric activity research of the brain (EEG).
Abstract

Heart rate variability (HRV)

R. M. Baevsky
Estimation and forecasting of the human health state in long term space flights. Modern condition and prospects.
Abstract

T. Mironova, V. Mironov, A.Turin
Role of autonomic nervous system in acute myocardial infarction forming.
Abstract

Ingegard E. Malmros
Heart rate variability in gaming methods and preliminary results.
Abstract

Information technologies in clinical practice

Intellectual diagnostic systems for microbiology

M. Kats, S. Dercach, O. Davidenco, A. Nosatenco, I. Krilova, A. Bocharov
Use of information technologies for identification of microorganisms.
Abstract

Screening systems in psychiatry

Subhagata Chattopadhyay
A omputerized tool for screening of adult psychiatric illnesses: a third-world perspective.
Abstract

Pharmacoinformatics

A. V. Arsenyev, I. S. Grytsenko, V. A. Zhuk, Ju. M. Penkin
Modern trends in pharmacoinformatics.
Abstract

Information technologies in medical education

A. P. Chuprikov, Rita Zaltsman
Best practice: WestEast (GermanyUkraine) cooperation in cross-cultural e-learning communities.
Abstract

Problems of healthcare informatization.
Debatable club

M. V. Golubchikov
Information technology in medical statistics
Abstract

In memory about Suren A. Gasparyan

The legislation
DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE 1497/2005
About prime tasks on implementation of the newest information technologies.
DECREE OF THE PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE 1694/2005
About urgent measures on reforming of healthcare system.

Certification of scientific staff in the field of medical informatics
Passport of the speciality MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL INFORMATICS AND CYBERNETICS.
The list of organization on the speciality 14.03.11 Medical and biological Informatics and Cybernetics (medical and biologically sciences).

Anniversaries
leg Yu. Mayorov anniversary
Wladimir Wertelecki anniversary

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics
The Ukrainian Association for Computer Medicine (UACM)

Medical Informatics, Events, Conferences
World Congress Medinfo-2007, Australia.
Dr. Gottfried Dietzel has been awarded the 2005 DROPS Award for outstanding achievement.

Calendar of Conferences, Congresses on 20062007.
International Conference Computer Medicine2007 IT in reforming healthcare.

New books
New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, diagnostics computer methods.

Abstracts
International Conference Computer Medicine2005 Electronic Health (eHealth). A part 2.
The author's index of theses Conference Computer Medicine2005. Part 1&2.


CONTENTS AND ABSTRACTS .2 IS.3 2005

Editorial

Computer Medicine2005
Annual International Conference Computer Medicine2005 Electronic Health (eHealth), June 2325, 2005,Kharkiv, Ukraine. Report

Original Articles

Health information systems

Microsoft Corporation (USA)
Your health our care.
Improvement of healthcarewith the help of the newest information technologies.A part 1

A. V. Terentieva
Automated system for supporting of medical equipment actual condition of disaster medicine medicical formations
Abstract

Information technologies in clinical neurophysiology

Quantitative EEG /EP (qEEG / qEP
IFCN Recommendations. IFCN guidelines for topographic and frequency analysis of EEGs and EPsMarc R. Nuwer (USA), Dietrich Lehmann (Switzerland), Fernando Lopes da Suva (The Netherlands), Shigeaki Matsuoka (Japan), William Sutherling (USA)and Jean Francois Vibert (France)

O. Yu. Mayorov, V. N. Fenchenko
Application of Karunen-Loev expansion for the analysis spatially temporal EEG structures of the healthyand the sick brain

Heart rate variability (HRV)

A. V. Frolov
Heart rate variability and stability are the most important characteristics of the cardiovascular system
Abstract

P. A. Garkaviy, M. I. Yabluchansky, A. V. Martynenko
Sexual peculiarities of heart rate variability indices reaction in healthy volunteers during the transition processes
Abstract

Processing of biomedical signals (EEG/ECG)

V. I. Shulgin, A. V. Morozov, E. V. Volosyuk
Blind source separation technology applicationto biomedical signal processing
Abstract

Images analysis

A. M. Akhmetshin, L. G. Akhmetshina
Low contrast radiological image segmentationby means of space-resonance imaging method
Abstract

Information technologies in clinical practice

Analysis of the medical and biologic information

L. Ya. Vasilyev, E. B. Radzishevska, Y. E. Vikman, O.M. Gladkova,V. Z. Gertman
Usage of modern technologies for analysis of catamnesis data in patients ith breast cancer
Abstract

E. Ya. Grechanina, Ju. B. Grechanina, I. V. Novikova,A. V. Hristich, T. M. Tkachova
Computer diagnostic systems in practice of genetic consultation

Example of spreadsheets application in the family doctor practice

V. Z. Sviridiuk, U. J. Guminsky, A. V. Olynitshenko,S. V. Stepanova, V. J. Shatylo
Using of modern computer technologies, anthropometry and organometry in practice of the family doctor

Abstract

Telemedicine

Telemedical technologies in healthcare management

B. A. Kobrinskiy
Information technologies for monitoring of population health condition

Abstract

Information technologies in medical education

O. P. Mintser
Information problems in the medical education
Abstract

Izet Masic, Ahmed Novo, Zlatan Masic
Learning from the distance in medical education at university of Sarajevo
Abstrtact

Medical informatics. Debatable club

B. Yu. Dobrin
Consciousness and memory from medical informatics point of view, genesisof the paranormal phenomena
Abstract

The legislation

The Concept of the state Program of Healthcare informationfor 20062010

Anniversaries

Ozar Mintser 65 anniversary

Lev Raskin 70 anniversary

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics

The Ukrainian AssociationComputer Medicine (UACM) 2005

European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI)

Medical Informatics, Events, Conferences

World Congress Medinfo-2007, Australia

Calendar of Conferences, Congresses on 20052006

New books

New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, diagnostics computer methods

Abstracts

Annual International Conference Computer Medicine2005 Electronic Health (eHealth)A part 1

CONTENTS (IN ENGLISH)


CONTENTS AND ABSTRACTS .1 IS.2 2004

Editorial

Computer Medicine 2005
Scientific-practical Conference Electronic Healthcare (eHealth), June 2325, 2005, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Computer Medicine2004
Report on Scientific-practical Conference Clinical Informatics and Telemedicine

Original Articles

Health Information Systems

J. Mantas (Greece)
Future trends in Health Informatics European Union initiatives
Abstract

V. V. Domarev
Protection of the information in medical information systems:
medical secret and modern information technologists
Abstract

A. P. Yakovlev, S.Yy. Kolganov, M. I. Burmistrova
Oryol Regional Clinical Hospital (RCH)
Automated hospital information system (AHIS)

V. M. Buyalskyy ,V. M Danilov
Models and tools for designing of Medical Informational-Analytical System (MIAS)
of Object Shelter Rehabilitation Center
Abstract

Information technologies in EEG / EP

O. Yu. Mayorov
Computer EEG past, present, future
Part 1. A history of qEEG development, the review of special methods of research
Abstract

Dr. Jochen Schwind (Germany)
New paths in routine EEG diagnostics

IFCN standards for digital recording of clinical EEG
Marc R. Nuwer, et al.

V. V. Gnezditsky, E. E. Henriks, V. V. Kilikovsky, O. S. Korepina
The decision rule for the estimation of the vegetative paroxysm by skin somatic response data
Abstract

Heart rate variability (HRV)

T. F. Mironova, V. A. Mironov, Y. S. Shamurov, I. M. Utochkina, A.V. Kalmykova,
V. L. Kodkin, A. N. Tarasov, E.V. Davydova, M. V. Mironov, A. M. Dubel

Clinical analysis of heart rate variability and its apparatus-program equipment
Abstract

K. P. Vorobyev
Monitoring of heart rate variability as reference method of an estimation of a functional state of an organism during hyperbaric oxygenation
Abstract

N. I. Tsirelnikov, D. A. Evseenco
Adaptive and pathological changes of the fetal-placental complex during intrauterine hypoxia after pregnancy complicated by obstetric and somatic deseases
Abstract

The computer analysis of electrocardiograms

V. I. Shulgin, A. V. Pechenin, V. V. Fedotenko, K. V. Nasedkin, I. V. Lahno
Blind source separation technology application to fetal electrocardiogram extraction
Abstract

The analysis of images

A. S. Barilo, S. V. Pavlov
Optic-electronic methods of the analysis microcirculation of infringements at inflammation processes in jaw-facial region
Abstract

V. V. Kretov, J. G. Ukraintsev
Information technologies of beam diagnostics on the basis of scanning system of reception of images

Information technologies in clinical practice

L. Ya. Kovalchuk, V. P. Marzeniuk
Development of system analysis methods of pathologic processes for evidence-based medicine
Abstract

Telemedicine

N. N. Ermoshkin, Internet Business Solution Group Cisco Systems Cisco
Delivering the Promise. The role of integrated technology solutions in healthcare reform

Bekir Karlik, Yousif Al-Bastaki (Bahrain)
Bad breathe diagnosis system using OMX-GR sensor and Neural Network for telemedicine
Abstract

A. V. Vladzymyrskyy, V. G. Klymovytskyy
Main stages and results of teleconsultation in clinical practice
Abstract

Information technologies in medical education

M. P. Burykh, G. V. Goryainova, S. P. Shklar, P. O. Luchshev, R. S. Voroschuk
Truly topographic approach in clinical anatomy
Abstract

V. Moroz, J. Khayimzon, E. Bondarchuck
The system of computer modeling of vital functions processes of bodies and systems of the human beings organism
Abstract

The legislation

Laws of Ukraine
About protection of an information in automated systems

Regulations
About the chief informatician of Healthcare Ministry of Ukraine

Regulations
About the chief regional informatician of Healthcare Ministry of Ukraine

Anniversaries

Boris A. Kobrinsky 60 anniversary

Rolf Engebrecht 60 anniversary

In memory about Anatoly B. Glukhov

Scientific Societies of Medical Informatics

The Ukrainian Association Computer Medicine (UACM) 2004

International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA)

Medical Informatics, Events, Conferences

MIE Special Topic Conference 2005
Health and Medical Informatics Applications Educational Aspects of the European Federation for Medical Informatics in 2005, Athens, Greece

European Congress MIE2005, Geneva

Calendar of Conferences, Congresses on 20052006

New books

New books on medical informatics, statistics and epidemiology, computer methods of diagnostics

Rules for authors


Contents and ABSTRACTS . 1 IS. 1 2004

Editorial
     Greeting of Minister of Health Care of Ukraine
     Greeting of Editor-in-Chief of the Journal
Viktor M. Ponomarenko, Oleg Yu. Mayorov
     To the Concept of state policy of informatization of Health Care of Ukraine
     The Concept of state policy of informatization of Health Care of Ukraine
Oleg Yu. Mayorov
     State and perspectives of informatization of Health Care of Ukraine
Viktor M. Ponomarenko, Oleg Yu. Mayorov
     Ukrainian Association f "Computer Medicine"10 years

Original articles:

Vladimir A. Lischuk
     Informatization of clinical medicine.
Abstract

V.V.Kal'nysh
     Role of Information technologies in intellectualization of public healthcare.
Abstract

Georgy G. Ivanov
     Methods ECG of high-resolution and heart rate variability in diagnostics of electrical instability of a myocardium for patients with an acute coronary syndrome.
Abstract

Roman M. Baevsky
     The analysis of heart rate variability at usage of various ECG systems (Methodical guidelines, part1)
Abstract

Viktor N. Sokolov
     New technologies of obtaining of the map of malignant tumours with usage of mathematical algorithms.
Abstract

Mihail D. Kats, Oleg Yu. Mayorov
     Usage of an artificial intelligence for development methods of differential diagnostics inside groups of difficultly distinct diseases
Abstract

Boris A. Kobrinsky
     Telemedicine and telepublic health services in Russia: experience of practical activities and perspective
Abstract

Gottfried T.W. Dietzel
     The G8 Global Healthcare Applications Project as Starting Point for Global Cooperation in eHealth
Abstract

Ingegard Malmros
     IT and Telecom - Communication Tools
Abstract

Larisa N. Timchenko
Abstract


     Usage of information resources the Internet for realization pharmacoecological the analysis

Any other business
     About the European Congress on Medical Informatics MIE'2002 (Budapest, Hungary)
     The European Congress on Medical Informatics MIE'2003 (St. Malo, France)
     News of the International Association of Medical Informatics (IMIA)
     News of the European Federation of Medical Informatics (EFMI)
     Calendar of events on 2003 - News of medical informatics

 

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World Health Organization
Internetional Medical Informatics Association
European Federation for Medical Informatics
European Association of Healthcare IT Managers
Federation of European Neuroscience Societies
International Brain Research Organization
European Journal for Biomedical Informatics
Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education
Institute of Strategic Researches attached to Ministry of Health Care of Ukraine
International Birth Defects Information Systems
Meeting of the "round table" on Informatization of Health of the Ukraine (ukrainian, russian)

News

Beating parasites wins three scientists Nobel prize for medicine

Microsoft begins worldwide release of Office 2016

The UK is now set to become the first country to introduce laws to allow the creation of babies from three people

Microsoft intensifies data collection on Windows 7 and 8 systems

Google recently introduced the Chromebit, a $100 HDMI dongle that converts any TV or monitor into a Chrome OS computer.

Europe's first non-beating heart transplant

On 16 April, 2015 in Kiev will be held for the seventh time iForum the biggest offline-conference in Ukraine
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