New tool in the MD's bag: A smartphone
An increasing number of doctors are using smartphones to look up drug-to-drug interactions, to view X-rays and MRI scans, and even to stream music from the Internet during surgery. Nationally, about 64% of doctors are now using smartphones, according to a recent report by the market research company Manhattan Research.
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