Cybermedicine: How Computing Empowers Doctors and Patients for Better Care
In this revised and updated edition of Cybermedicine, author Warner Slack presents a compelling argument for the use of computers for initial diagnosis and assessment, treatment decisions, self-care, research, prevention, and--above all--patient empowerment.
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