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Electronic control of hepatitis B – a safer chemotherapy control system

Electronic control of hepatitis B – a safer chemotherapy control system

A 0% of acute exacerbation of hepatitis B during chemotherapy was achieved via the electronic control system.

Request for Collaboration
Overview
The team shares the experience of establishing an electronic control system.
Features
The electronic control system of hepatitis B is highly efficient and easy to use. The healthcare givers can learn how to operate the system after a brief training.

Collaboration Options
  1. Establishment of the electronic control system including the design of the computer program.
  2. The electronic control system is aimed at increasing the screening to more than 99% and achieving a 0% mortality rate of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
  3. The team transfers the electronic control system without any charge.
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