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“Smart” search programs can ease the process of systematically reviewing new medical research, a key step in getting the best practices from laboratories to doctors' offices, US researchers say.
A new app developed by researchers at King's College London (UK) can help doctors identify women at risk of giving birth prematurely.
b>NEW YORK/b>: When doctors-in-training at the University of Chicago were given iPad Tablet computers to use on their rounds, they found that using the device helped them be more efficient at ordering tests and procedures for their patients.
In Britain, the Department of Health plans to ask doctors in the country to encourage their patients to rely on mobile apps to track biometrics and symptoms for a range of health issues, from pregnancy to diabetes - all in hopes of trimming back unnecessary medical visits.
Millions more students worldwide could train as doctors and nurses using electronic learning, which is just as effective as traditional medical training, a review commissioned by the World Health Organisation has found.
The step-by-step protocols that doctors learn in medical school just weren’t stopping the new coronavirus from killing people.
In the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, an ambulance speeds through traffic on a wave of green lights, helped along by an artificial intelligence (AI) system and big data.
Leading HK radiologist says AI may help one day, but the technology is far from being ready.