Автоматизированная обучающая система диагностики абдоминальных заболеваний
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Научный журнал Моделирование, оптимизация и информационные технологииThe scientific journal Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology
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issn 2310-6018

Automated training system of diagnosing abdominal diseases

Lysenko M.S.   idSolovev D.A. idBurnevich S.Z.

UDC 004.94:519.876.5
DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2021.34.3.025

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Currently, simulators are used in various fields of training specialists. Especially the ability to repeatedly and accurately recreate various situations allows students to practice a variety of scenarios. In medical education, there is a need to improve the acquired knowledge in order to prepare for working directly with patients. It is not always possible to conduct practical classes, and even the proposed practice cannot cover the entire range of clinical cases. One of the most important aspects of training a doctor is the development of certain thinking skills, and the closer they are to real practice, the more effective the training of a specialist will be. The automated training system is a complex of technical, educational, methodological, linguistic, software and organizational support on a computer basis and provides a simplified model of the phenomenon being studied. This facilitates different cases easy perception and research, the development of certain skills and abilities to apply special knowledge. The article identifies the some problems of diagnosing abdominal diseases. The solution to these problems can be the introduction of an auxiliary tool in the form of an automated training system at the stage of training specialists. A database for the system operation is proposed, the order of its formation and building is described. Flowcharts for drawing up a task variant are developed. Also an interaction workflow and a possible interface forms design of the system modules are presented.

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Lysenko Mariia Sergeevna

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Bauman Moscow State Technical University

Moscow, Russian Federation

Solovev Dmitrii Aleksandrovich

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Bauman Moscow State Technical University

Moscow, Russian Federation

Burnevich Slavomir Zbignevich
Doctor of Medical Science Docent

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Bauman Moscow State Technical University

Moscow, Russian Federation

Keywords: diagnostic errors, medical training simulator, abdominal pathologies, situational tasks, clinical thinking, medical education, automated training system

For citation: Lysenko M.S. Solovev D.A. Burnevich S.Z. Automated training system of diagnosing abdominal diseases. Modeling, Optimization and Information Technology. 2021;9(3). Available from: https://moitvivt.ru/ru/journal/pdf?id=1024 DOI: 10.26102/2310-6018/2021.34.3.025 (In Russ).


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Received 26.07.2021

Revised 17.09.2021

Accepted 23.09.2021

Published 18.10.2021