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Wireless handheld computers and voluntary utilization of computerized prescribing systems in the emergency department.
Illegible or invalid hand written prescriptions can result in avoidable medical errors Computer based prescribing can mitigate the problem An observational study was performed to examine the effect of wireless handheld ...
The usability of personal digital assistants (PDAs) for assessment of practical performance.
The administration of an objective structured clinical examination OSCE using paper checklists presents problems such as illegible handwriting missing student names and or numbers and lost checklists Calculating and entering ...
Use of 3G mobile phone links for teleconsultation between a moving ambulance and a hospital base station.
We developed a mobile teleconsultation system based on third generation mobile phone links The system comprised a laptop computer and a digital camcorder It was installed inside an ambulance to allow video conferencing ...
Clinical testing of cellular phone ringing interference with automated external defibrillators.
This study examined cellular phone ringing interference with automated external defibrillators AED
Who's using PDAs? Estimates of PDA use by health care providers: a systematic review of surveys.
BACKGROUND Personal digital assistants PDAs find many uses in health care Knowing rates of collective PDA use among health care providers is an important guiding step to further understanding those health care contexts ...
Patient care. Wireless washings.
Everybody on the phone?
Mobile phone and young people. A survey pilot study to explore the controversial aspects of a new social phenomenon.
AIM Aim of this paper is to report the results of a pilot study as a part of a program addressed to health promotion and to improve the culture of sustainability in the school METHODS A 15 items structured questionnaire ...