Asked 8th Sep, 2022

Mathematics: What is the abstract way to applied the course in the medical field?

What are the areas where mathematics are been applied medically.

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11th Sep, 2022
Samy Azer
King Saud University
Which type of mathematics? We use statistics in medical and biomedical research. We use artifial intelligance and use mathematical models in public health
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8th Sep, 2022
Anton Vrdoljak
University of Mostar
Nowadays mathematics is being successfully applied to a number of important fields in medicine including biofluids, cardiovascular diseases, clinical schedules and tests, data analysis, drug design and discovery, epidemiology, genetics, image processing, immunology, instrumentation, microbiology, neuroscience, oncology, virology and more.
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8th Sep, 2022
Yovan Hendriek
Fertility rate, mortality rate, menstrual period, gestation of the fetus week per week compare to the physiological and patological symptoms, body weight and body height to determine the healthyness, the length of conjugata vera, conjugata diagonale, etc to assest the passage for labour the baby need sectio caesarea or not. Count the weeks of gestation to know the maturity of embrio or fetus organ systems, mengukur tinggi fundus uteri dengan meteran untuk menaksir masa kehamilan, ukur jarak dari symphisis pubis dan proccesus xyphoideus sebagai patokan, ukur lingkar lengan atas dengan meteran, menentukan masa subur untuk fertilisasi dengan perhitungan penanggalan, dll.
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9th Sep, 2022
Deborah J Hilton
Deborah Hilton Statistics Online
I used mathematical methods to calculate number needed to treat, see my publication in the physiotherapy journal. This poses a way to convey liklihood of benefit so it maybe more easily understood.
11th Sep, 2022
Samy Azer
King Saud University
Which type of mathematics? We use statistics in medical and biomedical research. We use artifial intelligance and use mathematical models in public health
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