iPads in hospitals improve patient care, physician training
0. phoneArena posted on 14 Mar 2012, 07:35
Back in November 2010, an interesting experiment took place - researchers handed 115 iPads to medicine residents of the University of Chicago…
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1. bayusuputra posted on 14 Mar 2012, 09:05 2 1
haha! another advertisement for the iPads.. i think any tablet can do that.. it should be titled: "tablets in hospitals improve patient care, physician training"..
2. weirdfisher posted on 14 Mar 2012, 09:39 3 2
in this case, they only use iPad in their experiment. So as long as they dont use other tablets, your statement is wrong.
10. remixfa posted on 14 Mar 2012, 13:20 0 0
Hospitals have been starting to use tablets for a while now. This is the first that ive seen them use iPads. Most went to smaller android tablets like the dell streak 7 and galaxy 7 since they are cheaper and more easily portable.
12. Yensane posted on 14 Mar 2012, 13:29 0 0
Of course any tablet can "do that" but with the IPad patients know the simplicity of accessing and easily getting to the things they need.
Tablets on the other hand has less productivity and there is not much utility as a IPad would have. Not saying Tablet "can't" do this, its that IPad does it better for patients
13. remixfa posted on 14 Mar 2012, 13:33 0 0
and exactly what "utility" does an ipad have that an android tab or another doesnt exactly? ipads do the LEAST of all the tablets, they just cost the most because you are buying the name.
4. jmoita2 posted on 14 Mar 2012, 10:03 7 1
The iPad also cures all forms of cancer,heart disease and diabetes!!! Maybe we should send some iPads to the Middle East,and who knows... perhaps magically Iran will quit nukes,and Israel and Arabs will embrace each other as brothers...
What a load of hogwash!!!!
6. EclipseGSX posted on 14 Mar 2012, 10:59 2 1
Doctor: Hmmm you have shortness of breath and pain in your legs? There's an app for that! Let me check my iPad for a cure and throw out all that time and money I spend in medical school.
11. remixfa posted on 14 Mar 2012, 13:22 0 0
that is probably a DVT that progressed into a pulmonary embolism. Throw some heparin, asprin 81mg, and a clotbuster in, STAT. Put some pressure stockings on the legs and raise them up a bit. Get the patient Ambulating as soon as you can.
18. jeffs11k posted on 22 Mar 2013, 00:10 0 0
This might be of interest to anyone using an iPad in the medical industry. There is now a great new device to enable physicians and nurses to hold an iPad with one hand. The Bakbone was invented by a physician looking for a secure and comfortable device that is also easily sanitized. holdyourtablet.com