Philips, Intel to offer medical device

March 1, 2007

On the hills of the announcement of the C5 Medical Tablet, Philips and Intel also released a tablet PC based on Intel’s Mobile Clinical Assistant platform.

Philips, one of the world’s largest makers of medical equipment, said the device, replete with touch screen and digital camera, had numerous uses. Among them: “to reduce medication errors, positively identify staff and patients, fill out charts, capture vital signs, write up reports and validate blood transfusions, as well as (provide) the ability to closely monitor the healing of wounds.”

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[via Engadget.com]