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Telecommunications for e health

Results:8 total items.
Contributions  [ Source: Japan ]   Documents / Contributions
 
Number 
Title Source AI/Question
Date
[ 78 ]  
 
Basic Requirements of Mobile Device Assistance with GIS/GPS to Improve the Quality of Life for the Disabled Toward Society that Supports the Potential of Ostomates     Japan   Q14-2/2   2009-02-02
[ 65 ]  
 
Outline of activity of the Study Group on Telemedicine Promotion Measures     Japan   Q14-2/2   2008-07-02
[ 54 ]  
 
7 Years activities of the ITU e-Health Expert Training Course     Tokai University, Japan   Q14-2/2   2008-06-24
[ 53 ]  
 
Global Monitoring Systems of Migratory Bird Using RFID and Data Collection     Tokai University, Japan   Q14-2/2   2008-06-24
[ 29 ]  
 
Proposal for traffic control system for medicial information network to promote telemedicine services     NICT (Japan)   Q14-2/2   2007-06-12
[ 25 ]  
 
WHO's policy for copyrights and HINARI and related programme of the UN     Tokai University (Japan)   Q14-2/2   2007-06-11
[ 22 ]  
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Navigation and communication aid for paramedics to reach casualties for telemedicine in disaster response     NICT (Japan)   Q14-2/2   2007-05-30
[ 19 ]  
 
KDDI R & D laboratories' activities for telemedicine     KDDI (Japan)   Q14-2/2   2007-05-24
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