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AAPM and GEC-ESTRO guidelines for image-guided robotic brachytherapy: report of Task Group 192.
In the last decade, there have been significant developments into integration of robots and automation tools with brachytherapy delivery systems. These systems aim to improve the current paradigm byExpand
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Preventing perinatal transmission of HIV--costs and effectiveness of a recommended intervention.
OBJECTIVE To calculate the national costs of reducing perinatal transmission of human immunodeficiency virus through counseling and voluntary testing of pregnant women and zidovudine treatment ofExpand
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Analysis of treatment delivery errors in brachytherapy using formal risk analysis techniques.
PURPOSE To identify hazardous situations in treatments, analyze the nature of errors committed, and assess the value of several analysis techniques. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study applied severalExpand
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Knowledge sharing and expertise coordination of event response in organizations.
  • B. Caldwell
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Applied ergonomics
  • 1 July 2008
This paper provides an overview of opportunities and challenges for expert coordination, knowledge sharing, and task performance using advanced information and communication technologies. Evolving inExpand
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Human Factors and Educational Quality
This paper discusses the demands on and by universities to update and improve educational delivery in an increasingly difficult economic context The actions of a number of universities consider theExpand
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Tools for developing a quality management program: human factors and systems engineering tools.
  • B. Caldwell
  • Medicine
  • International journal of radiation oncology…
  • 1 May 2008
During the past 10 years, there has been growing acceptance and encouragement of partnerships between medical teams and engineers. Using human factors and systems engineering descriptions of processExpand
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Increased memory load during task completion when procedures are presented on mobile screens
The primary objective of this research was to compare procedure-based task performance using three common mobile screen sizes: ultra mobile personal computer (7 in./17.8 cm), personal data assistant (3.5 in./8.9 cm), and SmartPhone (2.8 in./7.1 cm). Expand
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Crew Size, Composition, and Time: Implications for Habitat and Workplace Design in Extreme Environments
The authors report the results of an ongoing study that investigates the effects of crew size, composition, mission duration, and mission interval on behavior and performance among polar and spaceExpand
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Congenital disorders of sexual differentiation: MR findings.
A broad spectrum of anomalies of sexual differentiation may exist at birth. These include male and female pseudohermaphroditism, gonadal dysgenesis, and true hermaphroditism. When ambiguous genitaliaExpand
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