Note: Tape 1 - high amount of hum on tape; high background noise on tape; right channel is recorded at a lower level on side B. Tape 2 - high amount of hum on tape; high background noise on tape; right channel was recorded at a lower level on side B.
Description: The West Coast Computer Faire was an annual computer industry conference. The Third West Coast Computer Faire was held on November 3-5, 1978, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
This is the recording of the session titled "Micros in biomedical and health care environments," and the following papers were presented:
"Potential application for small computers in the practice of medicine," presented by James Gagne.
"Microcomputer feasibility in the hospital setting," presented by Robert C. A. Goff.
"The microcomputer as antidote: medical data base applications in the home and office: Accidental poisoning information," presented by Roger O. Littge.
"Microcomputer applications for miomedical instrumentation: a monitor for the corning M-175 blood gas analyzer," presented by Robert C. A. Goff.
"Biomedical and health care application of microcomputers," panelists: Robert C. A. Goff, Roger O. Littge, Ronald Henley, robert Brehm, Ken A. McGinnis, and George Krucik.
Additional Description: Sunday, 1:30, November 5, 1978
Collection Title: The Third West Coast Computer Faire
Speaker: Brehm, Robert; Gagne, James; Goff, Robert C. A.; Henley, Ronald; Krucik, George; Littge, Roger O.; McGinnis, Ken A.
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