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September 18, 2005

BehindTheMedspeak: View your own ECG on your Treo or Palm


What's this?

Maybe it's time to buy a PDA — eh?

ActiveECG™ lets you use a PDA to view a person's ECG in real time, then record it, print it out and store it for later computer analysis.


Very, very impressive for $699 here (Treo or Palm not included).

One nice step in the direction of letting me put everything I need to deliver a safe anesthetic into my backpack.

It would be nice to have equipment I could count on no matter what instead of using machines that others may or may not have kept up to speed.

Sometimes you don't find out about stuff until midway through a case and that can cause quite a kerfuffle.

[via AW]

September 18, 2005 at 04:01 PM | Permalink


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Actually PDAs come in handy, but I hope you keep your charged if you plan on doing anesthesia in the bush.
-Do you do crosswords? Kerfuffle was a clue in the crossword in yesterday's paper. What are the chances of seeing that word twice in two days?

Posted by: r | Sep 18, 2005 7:57:28 PM

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