volume 19, issue 4, P201-207 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2004.08.005
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Abstract: The first use of computers in critical care units were described in the mid 1960s. They reported the use of very large mainframe computers that filled entire rooms yet had very limited memory and processing capacities by today's standards. These were limited to only a few institutions until microprocessors were developed increasing computation speed and expanding memory capacity by many magnitudes. This allowed smaller more affordable stand alone systems to be developed and the inclusion of microprocessors int…

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