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Unformatted text preview: . KANAMYCIN – DOSE: 750 MG (7.5 mg/kg) Q12H IM (OR IV) FOR 28 DAYS – COMMENT: MODIFY DOSE IN RENAL FAILURE 2. PENICILLIN DOSE: 2,500,000 UNITS Q4H IV FOR 28 DAYS CIS 350 Lecture 7 © Roxanne Hiltz and Eli Rohn 34 17 Spring 2000 - Lecture 7 Limitations Of Current Expert Systems: 1. Application is limited to a specific domain 2. Knowledge is acquired from a small number of human experts 3. The application must have little need for temporal or spatial reasoning Domain Temporal Reasoning Spatial Reasoning (Not special reasoning) CIS 350 Lecture 7 35 Limitations Of Current Expert Systems: 4. The task does not rely on the use of a large body of general or commonsense knowledge 5. The knowledge required to perform the task is reasonably complete, correct, and stable For a brief discussion about Uncertain Reasoning see http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~cs3411/notes/kr/uncertainty/uncertainty.html Artificial Intelligence Links http://www.eml.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/member/jrs/roman/links/allinks.html CIS 350 Lecture 7 © Roxanne Hiltz and Eli Rohn 36 18 Spring 2000 - Lecture 7 Issues: Computers In Medicine ❚ May centralize control and depersonalize treatment ❚ Change structure of medical profession ❚ More paraprofessionals who treat parts CIS 350 Lecture 7 37 Issues: Computers In Medicine ❚ Questions of responsibility and legal liability ❚ What if computer assisted diagnosis or treatment fails? ❚ Who is responsible? ❙ The software designer? ❙ The doctor? ❙ The hospital? CIS 350 Lecture 7 © Roxanne Hiltz and Eli Rohn 38 19 Spring 2000 - Lecture 7 Issues: Computers In Medicine ❚ Medical expenses now about 12% of GNP ❚ Expensive computer assisted diagnosis and treatment allows physicians to charge more GNP Gross National Production CIS 350 Lecture 7 39 Computers and Medicine The End CIS 350 Lecture 7 © Roxanne Hiltz and Eli Rohn 40 20...
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