The medical professional's guide to handheld computing

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Jones and Bartlett, 2004 - Computers - 207 pages
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Welcome to the incredible world of handheld computing in medicine! The Medical Professionals Guide to Handheld Computing provides all healthcare professionals--regardless of their experience with PDAs--complete and up-to-date information on choosing and using a palm device. With chapters ranging from Before you Buy and Getting Started through critical profiles of all the major medical software available, The Guide is the best source available anywhere to answer your questions about PDAs in clinical practice. Useful to all health professionals --from medical students to physicians and nurses to physician assistants and other allied health practitioners-- this book is an essential tool for all palm users who work in the healthcare setting.

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Acknowledgments vli
3
Getting Started
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Cautions
24
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