Smartphones useful for neurological patient educationBy AuntMinnieEurope.com staff writers
June 13, 2012 -- Neurologists can make use of their smartphone or tablet PC as a tool for patient education, according to a presentation at the recent European Neurological Society meeting in Prague.
Neurologists can use smartphone or tablet applications such as the Sylvius MR Atlas, Nerve Whiz, the ECG Guide, and Brain Tutor 3D to help physicians demonstrate where the problem is or where treatment will be directed, according to Dr. Hannah Cock from St. George's University in London.
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