Don't fall behind: Stay updated on surgery trends

Earnhart, Stephen W.
March 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Mar2011, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p31
Academic Journal
The article reports on several trends, including an increase in the use of social networking, an increase in the use of electronic medical records and an increase in the use of smart phones with cameras and camcorders, which are being seen in surgical wards in 2011. In the article the author offers his opinion on the trends and their impact on the surgical field.


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