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Electronic Health Record for Forensic Dentistry

Journal: Methods of Information in Medicine
Subtitle: A journal stressing, for more than 50 years, the methodology and scientific fundamentals of organizing, representing and analyzing data, information and knowledge in biomedicine and health care
ISSN: 0026-1270
DOI: https://doi.org/10.3414/ME0426
Issue: 2008 (Vol. 47): Issue 1 2008
Pages: 8-13

Electronic Health Record for Forensic Dentistry

J. Zvárová 1, 2, T. Dostálová 1, 3, P. Hanzlíc∨ek 1, 2, Z. Teuberová 1, 3, M. Nagy 1, 2, M. Pieš 1, 2, M. Seydlová 1, 3, H, Eliášová4, H. Šimková4

1Center of Biomedical Informatics, Prague, Czech Republic 2Department of Medical Informatics, Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic 3Department of Paediatric Stomatology, Second Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic 4Department of Biological Analysis, Institute of Criminalistics, Prague, Czech Republic

Keywords

Structured Data Entry, Electronic health record, forensic dentistry

Summary

Objectives: To identify support of structured data entry for electronic health record application in forensic dentistry. Methods: The methods of structuring information in dentistry are described and validation of structured data entry in electronic health records for forensic dentistry is performed on several real cases with the interactive DentCross component. The connection of this component to MUDR and MUDRLite electronic health records is described. Results: The use of the electronic health record MUDRLite and the interactive DentCross component to collect dental information required by standardized Disaster Victim Identification Form by Interpol for possible victim identification is shown. Conclusions: The analysis of structured data entry for dentistry using the DentCross component connected to an electronic health record showed the practical ability of the DentCross component to deliver a real service to dental care and the ability to support the identification of a person in forensic dentistry.

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