Smartphones in Surgery

@inproceedings{Salibian2011SmartphonesIS,
  title={Smartphones in Surgery},
  author={Ara A. Salibian and Thomas Scholz},
  year={2011}
}
Smartphones have the capability of enhancing many aspects of the continuum of surgical care by providing an efficient means of multimedia communication among surgeons and healthcare personnel. The ability for mobile Internet and email access, along with features such as built-in cameras and video calling, allow surgeons to rapidly access, send and receive patient information without being restricted by issues of connectivity. Smartphones create an unrestricted network of data sharing, improving… CONTINUE READING

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