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  1. History of Medical Informatics in Croatia
    Gjuro Dezelic, Josipa Kern
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 233-238
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  2. Urgent Laparoscopic Splenectomy After Traumatic Splenic Rupture in Pregnancy
    Ferid Latic, Samir Delibegovic, Azra Latic, Djuro Miskic, Vlatka Pitlovic, Anhel Koluh
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 231-232
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  3. Evidence Based Medicine and Critically Ill Patient
    Meldijana Omerbegovic
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 226-230
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  4. Application of Bone Scintigraphy Before Surgery Can Completely Change the Treatment Procedures in Patients with Breast Cancer
    Rame Miftari, V. Hashani, Xh. Bicaj, B. Gjikolli, F. Fejza, B. Xhafa, R. Iberdemaj, I. Gerqari, A. Luljeta, A. Bajqinca
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 221-225
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  5. Ct Guided Biopsies: Radiological and Pathological Correlation
    Lejla Sirbubalo-Milisic, Besima Hadzihasanovic
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 217-220
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  6. Hrct in Diagnosis of Bronchiectasis
    Muris Ibralic, Serif Beslic
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 213-216
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  7. Medical Records Role in Healthcare Delivery in 21st Century
    G. D. Mogli
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 209-212
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  8. Object Oriented Modeling of the Health and Safety Process in the Case of the Agricultural Work
    Marianna Diomidous, Dimitris Zikos
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 205-208
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  9. Advantages of Combining Ai and Statistic for Knowledge Discovery on Functional Disability. Multivariate Analysis of Assessment Scales Using Clustering Based on Rules
    Karina Gibert, R. Annicchiarico, U. Cort├ęs, C. Caltagirone
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 198-204
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  10. Using Neural Network Algorithms in Prediction of Mean Glandular Dose Based on the Measurable Parameters in Mammography
    Denis Ceke, Suad Kunosic, Mustafa Kopric, Lidija Lincender
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 194-197
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  11. Electronic Chronic Disease Registers Based on Accreditation Standards for Family Medicine Teams
    Salih Valjevac, Zoran Ridjanovic, Izet Masic
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 190-193
    » Abstract » Full-text PDF » doi: 10.5455/aim.2009.7.190-193

  12. Integrating a Geographic Information System (gis ) with ElectronicvHealth Record: Application for Spatial Epidemiological Data
    Stelios Zimeras, Mariana Diomidous, Dimitris Zikos, Michalis Theodossiou
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 183-189
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  13. Task Force of the European Federation of Medical Informatics Journals: Background, Rationale and Purpose
    Izet Masic, Josipa Kern, Jana Zvarova, Simon de Lusignan, Gaj Vidmar
    Acta Inform Med. 2009; 17(4): 180-182
    » Abstract » Full-text PDF » doi: 10.5455/aim.2009.17.180-182



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Publisher : Academy of Medical Sciences in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Title : Acta Informatica Medica
Abbreviation : Acta Inform Med
p-ISSN : 0353-8109
e-ISSN : 1986-5988
Language(s) : English
Web Page : actainformmed.org/
Frequency : 4 issues per year
Subject : Medical Informatics
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