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Evidence in the Palm of Your Hand: Using PDAs to Implement Clinical Practice Guidelines in Primary CareMD, CCFP, FRCPC
The need for relevant and timely information at the point of patient care is paramount in primary medicine.
Ophthalmologists in Dallas, TX. are among the first to try a new, less invasive surgical technique for glaucoma that offers quicker recovery times.
The Internet has become the world's greatest information resource.
Every-day technologies, such as telephones and remote controls, are an important part of life but are not always user friendly.
Increasingly, physicians are turning to handheld computers for a variety of applications in their medical practices.
Physicians in Hamilton and North Bay, ON. collaborated to perform two successful laparoscopic fundoplication surgeries using remotely controlled robotic arms, making them the world's first hospital-to-hospital telerobotic-assisted surgeries.
Evidence in the Palm of Your Hand: Using PDAs to Implement Clinical Practice Guidelines in Primary Care
The Development of a Replacement Pathology Service in a Community Hospital in Quebec Using Telepathology and Supportive Service Corridors