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11/29/2010 03:59 PM EST
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re: Wireless for medical applications
t.alex   12/3/2010 3:23:41 AM
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Infrastructure is, in fact, important. We need a standardized system which is adopted across all clinics/hospitals nationwide or even at international level. The patient records should flow smoothly from one place to another.

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