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Digital imaging in remote diagnosis of burns.

dc.contributor.authorRoa, L
dc.contributor.authorGómez-Cía, T
dc.contributor.authorAcha, B
dc.contributor.authorSerrano, C
dc.date.accessioned2020-02-12T12:40:38Z
dc.date.available2020-02-12T12:40:38Z
dc.date.issued1999-12-17
dc.identifier.urihttp://dx.doi.org/Not available
dc.identifier.urihttps://lib.digitalsquare.io/xmlui/handle/123456789/60906
dc.description.abstractImages are capable of giving an accurate representation of skin color and have been used extensively in teaching about and researching burn therapy The advance from analogue to digital imaging allows the remote transmission of the clinical information contained in the digital image of a burn using a suitable system The large size of these image files reduces transmission speed and makes data compression desirable Compression by means of the JPEG algorithm of up to 50 times the original size of 38 digital images of burns suffered by 22 consecutive patients did not lessen its great usefulness in determining the depth of burn injuries according to a group of experts in burn care The success rate was close to 90 both for non compressed images in original BMP format mean size 1500 Kb and for compressed images with a Q index of 50 30 Kb files when compared with the clinical diagnoses confirmed one week after the accident
dc.relation.uriBurns : journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
dc.titleDigital imaging in remote diagnosis of burns.en
dcterms.abstractImages are capable of giving an accurate representation of skin color and have been used extensively in teaching about and researching burn therapy The advance from analogue to digital imaging allows the remote transmission of the clinical information contained in the digital image of a burn using a suitable system The large size of these image files reduces transmission speed and makes data compression desirable Compression by means of the JPEG algorithm of up to 50 times the original size of 38 digital images of burns suffered by 22 consecutive patients did not lessen its great usefulness in determining the depth of burn injuries according to a group of experts in burn care The success rate was close to 90 both for non compressed images in original BMP format mean size 1500 Kb and for compressed images with a Q index of 50 30 Kb files when compared with the clinical diagnoses confirmed one week after the accident
dcterms.contributorRoa, L
dcterms.contributorGómez-Cía, T
dcterms.contributorAcha, B
dcterms.contributorSerrano, C
dcterms.identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/Not available
dcterms.relationBurns : journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
dcterms.titleDigital imaging in remote diagnosis of burns.en


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