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Title:
MEDICAL APPARATUS AND MEDICAL APPARATUS OPERATION SYSTEM
Document Type and Number:
Japanese Patent JP2015066376
Kind Code:
A
Abstract:
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a medical apparatus operation system designed to cause each medical apparatus not to accept operations from a plurality of users, in other words, to accept only an operation from a specific user even when operation regions of the plurality of medical apparatuses overlap each other.SOLUTION: A medical apparatus operation system is a system in which a plurality of medical apparatuses and a server device having storage means for storing a plurality of user information items where user identification information, operation device identification information and user identification specific information correspond to one another, are linked so as to communicate with one another. When each of the medical apparatuses accepts input of the user identification specific information in response to the operation by the user, the apparatus acquires the user identification information corresponding to the user identification specific information the input of which is accepted. When the medical apparatus identifies that the user selects operation of one of medical apparatus bodies in response to the operation by the user, the medical apparatus records apparatus identification information for identifying the selected medical apparatus body as the operation device identification information corresponding to the acquired user identification information.

Inventors:
KOJIMA TAKAYUKI
Application Number:
JP2013205915A
Publication Date:
April 13, 2015
Filing Date:
September 30, 2013
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Assignee:
TOSHIBA CORP
TOSHIBA MEDICAL SYSTEMS CORP
International Classes:
A61B5/00; G06F21/31; G06F21/32
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
蔵田 昌俊
福原 淑弘
中村 誠
野河 信久
峰 隆司
河野 直樹
砂川 克
井関 守三
赤穂 隆雄
井上 正
佐藤 立志
岡田 貴志
堀内 美保子



 
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