A study conducted by doctors at the Mayo Clinic in Arizona found that tablet computers show promise in reading and interpreting electroencephalogram results. "Despite the marginally smaller screen size, the ease of use, accessibility, and reliability make the tablet a viable option for its integration into the tele-EEG practice," said Dr. Matthew Hoerth, a neurologist at the Mayo Clinic.
Tablets show promise in interpreting EEG results, study says
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