PMID: 6547650Feb 1, 1984Paper

A computer program for on-line measurement, storage, analysis and retrieval of urodynamic data

Computer Programs in Biomedicine
R van Mastrigt


A computer program is presented which allows for direct connection of a minicomputer to a urodynamic set-up. The program stores measured pressure and flow data in a random access disc file with minimal intervention of the urodynamicist, and enables the direct application of a number of methods of analysis to the data. The program is modular, and other analysis methods are easily added. Results of analyses are stored in the same disc file, and both results and measured data can be quickly and easily retrieved. The program is written in FORTRAN; hardware-dependent functions (analog input, graphics display, and random access disc storage) are implemented in subroutines (partly assembler) which can easily be replaced.


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Jan 1, 1987·Computers in Biology and Medicine·I PiperW Gentles
Jan 1, 1993·Neurourology and Urodynamics·R van Mastrigt
Aug 1, 1996·The Urologic Clinics of North America·R van Mastrigt, M Kranse
Jan 25, 2005·Annales de réadaptation et de médecine physique : revue scientifique de la Société française de rééducation fonctionnelle de réadaptation et de médecine physique·F A ValentiniP P Nelson
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Nov 1, 1987·Clinical Physics and Physiological Measurement : an Official Journal of the Hospital Physicists' Association, Deutsche Gesellschaft Für Medizinische Physik and the European Federation of Organisations for Medical Physics·D Rowan
Dec 1, 1992·The Journal of Urology·R Van Mastrigt, H J Rollema

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