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<p>A specific medical application, namely repair of a narrow aorta in children, served by Neuronet, a large software package integrated with 80 computer workstations and instrumentation, is considered to demonstrate the offline and real-time capabilities of the package. An overview of the system is given, and a case example is presented. The system's remote capabilities, signal processing, user interface, and database are discussed. Reliability and upgradeability are considered.</p>
Gerald Burk, Don Krieger, Robert J. Sclabassi, "NEURONET: A Distributed Real-Time System for Monitoring Neurophysiologic Function in the Medical Environment", Computer, vol. 24, no. , pp. 45-55, March 1991, doi:10.1109/2.73512
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