Use of large databases for resolving critical care problems.

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Large databases allow for rapid access to large volumes of data. To convert raw data to information, large numbers of data points must be correlated into a descriptive pattern that can be interpreted by the user. Databases must be constructed so as to allow reliable extraction of the raw data into a format that supports analysis of events in a meaningful… (More)

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@article{Belzberg1996UseOL, title={Use of large databases for resolving critical care problems.}, author={Howard Belzberg and J. Murray and William C. Shoemaker and Elisabeth Cornwell and Daniel Oder and J Guenon and George C. Velmahos and Demetrius Demetriades}, journal={New horizons}, year={1996}, volume={4 4}, pages={532-40} }