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The database is menu-driven, and gives multiple and partial key search and sort facilities. Using the facilities within the database, a series of menu-driven steps was set up to provide the requirement to input and report upper gastrointestinal endoscopy data. Files were established for master files, mask layouts and report layouts. Separate select files were established to provide a selection criteria for individual needs. Delta incorporates a facility to link together varying files. The software can be programmed to perform repetitive tasks (such as searching for information and producing a report), which can then be activated by a menu-driven step.
Experience in Implementing Microcomputer Clinical Databases in Gastroenterology 17 Choosing Database Software One approach which has been used quite frequently by clinicians is for them to design a system around their particular needs, using personal computers such as BBCs and more recently Amstrads. This may be done either by writing programs directly in a programming language such as Basic and Pascal, or by using a non-medical database application package such as dBase, Sensible Solution, etc.
There are two major reasons for eventually computerising the results of an endoscopy: (a) to produce automatically reports written in an understandable language and acceptable for transmission outside the department; and secondly (b) to make statistical analysis of the information possible. The perfectly programmed report should give a description of every endoscopic situation encountered and be faster, more complete and cheaper than a traditionally written or dictated report. In 1985 we started to develop a computerised system for accurate recording of endoscopic findings in the upper gastrointestinal tract.
Computers in Gastroenterology by A. P. McCann (auth.), F. R. Vicary FRCP (eds.)