[fpc-pascal] Announcing PUMA Repository

Vincent Snijders vincent.snijders at gmail.com
Fri Dec 13 08:53:51 CET 2013

2013/12/13 Johannes W. Dietrich <j.w.dietrich at medizinische-kybernetik.de>

>  With immediate effect the PUMA Repository (Pascal Units for Medical
> Applications) is available from SourceForge and berlios. The PUMA
> Repository is a collection of Pascal units for medical informatics. It is
> compatible with and was developed for Lazarus and Free Pascal, the units
> are partly also compatible with other Pascal dialects including Delphi and
> winsoft Pocket Studio.
> Currently, PUMA delivers two packages:
> The Unit Converter is a Pascal unit that provides functions for parsing
> quantitative instrumentation readings consisting of measurement values and
> units, as they are required e.g. in clinical chemistry. It also supports
> conversion of measurements from one unit to another one, e.g. to deliver
> results of laboratory investigations in different physical formats.
> The HL7 Engine is a collection of Pascal units that provide functions for
> parsing and compiling HL7 messages. Additionally, it supports reading and
> writing messages as files or streams. HL7 is a global standard for
> exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health
> information. It is increasingly used in hospital information systems and
> public health administration.
> Both packages come with test cases for FPC Unit. The HL7 engine also
> contains a demo application in form of a fully functional HL7 message
> browser.
> Reusable sourcecode and documentation are available from
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/puma-repository/ or
> http://developer.berlios.de/projects/puma-repository/.
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