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Database System History
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1972 Atomic Bomb Medical Data Center was established
1973 Scientific materials of Atomic Bomb Disaster returned from AFIP, US to Japan
1974 Renamed organization Scientific Data Center for the Atomic Bomb Disaster (SDCABD)
1975 The building of SDCABD was completed
1978
Establishment of Data Base Sysrem (IBM S/370 model 115-2)
1980 1st system replacement
1984 2nd system replacement
1985 An offering data agreement with Nagasaki City was settled
Prof. Shunzo Okajima retired
1986 3rd system replacement
Inquiry system for Health Management Center was established
1987 4th system replacement
1988
Ten years anniversary
1990 Disaster by Typhoon
1991 Medical record scanning work was started
1993 5th system replacement
1997 6th system replacement
SDCABD was merged with Atomic Bomb Disease Institute
1998
Twenty years anniversary
1999
Establishment of International Telemedicine System
AFIP material database was constructed
2001 7th system replacement
2002 Nagasaki University was adopted as 21st Century COE program
2003 1st replacement of International Telemedicine System
2006 8th system replacement
A-bomb survivor testimony database was constructed
2007 Nagasaki University was adopted as Global COE program
2008
Thirty years anniversary
2nd replacement of International Telemedicine System
An offering data agreement data with Nagasaki Prefecture was settled
 
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