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Can a smartphone do what your doctor does?

“During our medical training, we’re taught to gather and use information from three sources: a patient history, a physical exam and lab tests. By far the most difficult to master is the physical exam. A good exam requires knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and awareness of normal variations that allow a doctor to recognize abnormalities.
Technology can help, and at TedMed 2013, the SmartPhone Physical exhibit by MedGadget/Nurture showcased some of the latest advances. The goal was to bring complex tests that are pricey to perform with traditional equipment into primary care clinics.”

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Meera Dalal, Technology for Doctors Online, 9 May 2013

9 May 2013 | Categories: News | Country: United States | Tag(s): Devices, mHealth, smartphone
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