Hospitals using technology for comfort
The Daily Herald, August 12, 2008
Although hospitals spend millions of dollars on the most advanced imaging devices and robotic surgeons, patients who don't need specialized care will never see that equipment. For common procedures, patients are more likely to need help with the daily challenges of hospital stays, such as taking medication, treating wounds, and going to the bathroom. To accommodate the typical patient, some hospitals are adopting relatively simple, but practical high-tech solutions to everyday problems.
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