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Evolution of the automated system for preventive examination of children an automated unit for mass screening examinations

, : Evolution of the automated system for preventive examination of children an automated unit for mass screening examinations. Meditsinskaia Tekhnika: 18-21

The complicated situation in pediatric healthcare and long-term negative trends observed in the health of children predetermined the necessity of introducing automated units built on the principles of preventive medicine and screening diagnostics into the practice of healthcare. AKDO units belong to such equipment designed for early diversified diagnostics of chronic diseases made within comprehensive examinations of children, i.e. a state program of regular medical check-ups of children. The paper presents objective trends taking place in the modern practical healthcare that necessitated principle changes in and promotion of functional potentialities of the existing ASPON systems developed in 1983-1988.


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