Smartphone technology could revolutionize the physical exam

09/4/2013 | Times and Democrat (Orangeburg, S.C.), The

A number of devices that attach to smartphones can be used to obtain a broad spectrum of medical information including EKGs, blood pressure, blood sugar and lung function -- and could even be used to conduct sonograms. Doctors, health insurance companies and manufacturers are evaluating the best way to use the new technology so that it best benefits patient health.

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