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eHealth Management Platform for Screening and Prediction of Down’s Syndrome in the Republic of Panama

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Through engineering projects, we have integrated software engineering, geographical information systems and HL7 standard to propose a model of an eHealth management platform for Down’s syndrome screening, replicable in all the country. It will use real time sample information acquired from the local population and will geographically reference this information in the territory of Panama for future research.

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Saldaña, J. and Vargas-Lombardo, M. (2014) eHealth Management Platform for Screening and Prediction of Down’s Syndrome in the Republic of Panama. E-Health Telecommunication Systems and Networks, 3, 33-42. doi: 10.4236/etsn.2014.33005.

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