The basic radiological system experience in Kenya.
While Diagnostic Radiology has become increasingly indispensible in sound clinical patient management the cost and maintenance of radiological equipment has continued to soar, reaching almost unaffordable levels in developing countries.
As an attempt to provide some measure of remedy to the above problem, the World Health Organization in the early 80's introduced the basic radiological system (BRS) concept.
The BRS is supposed to meet such criteria as being relatively cheap, of low maintenance cost easy operability and suitable in rural areas where electrical power supply may not be constant.
In addition it should be able to perform 80% of all conventional radiological examinations.
Mots-clés Pascal : Aspect économique, Equipement biomédical, Radiologie, Radiodiagnostic, Service santé, Hôpital, Kenya, Homme, Pays en développement, Evaluation performance, Zone rurale, Afrique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Economic aspect, Biomedical equipment, Radiology, Radiodiagnosis, Health service, Hospital, Kenya, Human, Developing countries, Performance evaluation, Rural area, Africa
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Cote : 94-0232659
Code Inist : 002B30A04B. Création : 199406.