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_hm   12/6/2010 8:55:48 AM
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This reads more like to introduction to Medical Introduction. We may like to read more about new frontiers like dyalysis at home and similar new technology.

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agk   12/7/2010 10:06:53 AM
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Definitely monitoring the various body functioning parameters can be recorded and analyszed by the computers at the hospitals for the remote patiens at Home. The Home needs to have the basic facilities like computer with most advanced software and hardware features . A middle class and above families are offered to this system of treatement.This helps the patients in many aspects most out of this is the patient feels much better and stronger at his home or office in combination with the remote monitoring and support.

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tektonikshift   12/9/2010 12:26:36 AM
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I would like to read more about heathcare technologies for treating chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

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DR.PAUL   9/19/2012 12:13:57 PM
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a very practical article-needed service for the patients of our times.by Dr.Paul

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staceyblark   6/18/2014 6:26:11 AM
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Improving patient care through early assisted discharge is an interesting approach, there are a lot of patients interested in this, making this a win-win situation. My grandfather told me this was possible due to portable monitors that any patient can use, he bought such an ECG monitor and after reading the instructions he knew exactly how to use it, just like Sunoptic Tech products the monitor has a very user-friendly interface suitable for any ages.

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The development of medical electronics
brook.d   8/6/2014 1:52:42 PM
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The development of medical electronics with home use is quite alert, more are increasingly people preferring to get treated at home. Those interested in this practice can find more information here regarding the advantages of having a nurse as supervisor during treatment.

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