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Distributed Object Medical Imaging Model

Noor, Ahmad Shukri Mohd and Saman, Md Yazid Md (2009) Distributed Object Medical Imaging Model. [Journal (Paginated)]

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Abstract

Abstract- Digital medical informatics and images are commonly used in hospitals today,. Because of the interrelatedness of the radiology department and other departments, especially the intensive care unit and emergency department, the transmission and sharing of medical images has become a critical issue. Our research group has developed a Java-based Distributed Object Medical Imaging Model(DOMIM) to facilitate the rapid development and deployment of medical imaging applications in a distributed environment that can be shared and used by related departments and mobile physiciansDOMIM is a unique suite of multimedia telemedicine applications developed for the use by medical related organizations. The applications support realtime patients’ data, image files, audio and video diagnosis annotation exchanges. The DOMIM enables joint collaboration between radiologists and physicians while they are at distant geographical locations. The DOMIM environment consists of heterogeneous, autonomous, and legacy resources. The Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), and Java language provide the capability to combine the DOMIM resources into an integrated, interoperable, and scalable system. The underneath technology, including IDL ORB, Event Service, IIOP JDBC/ODBC, legacy system wrapping and Java implementation are explored. This paper explores a distributed collaborative CORBA/JDBC based framework that will enhance medical information management requirements and development. It encompasses a new paradigm for the delivery of health services that requires process reengineering, cultural changes, as well as organizational changes.

Item Type:Journal (Paginated)
Keywords:Java, CORBA, DICOM , Medical Imagine, Medical Informatics , Distributed Object Computing
Subjects:Computer Science > Language
ID Code:6717
Deposited By:International Journal of Computer Science Issues, IJCSI
Deposited On:14 Nov 2009 11:29
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:57

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