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Ten Tablets for Physicians in Medical Practices Physicians Practice

11/17/2014
06:07 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Ten Tablets for Physicians in Medical Practices Physicians Practice

A cheat sheet (and comparison guide) to the best tablets for docs.

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Shopping for a tablet? Here are ten models physicians should consider, including a few notes on why they’re worthy of a doctor’s dollars (or aren’t). When choosing a tablet, keep in mind that larger, convertible ones are heavier and more expensive, but also more powerful than smaller, slimmer models. Looking for more on boosting patient satisfaction and utilizing tech tools to improve patient care? Join experts Rosemarie Nelson, Lucien W. Roberts, Elizabeth Woodcock, and others as they help improve your medical practice and your bottom line at Practice Rx, a new conference for physicians and office administrators. Join us May 2 & 3 in Newport Beach, Calif. Want more insider information? Read about physician Saroj Misra’s experience with the Dell Latitude 10, and how it compares with the Apple iPad mini. Or, check out our piece on the evolution of tablets for phyisicans. Your name The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Homepage Enter your comment here... * Notify me when new comments are posted All comments Replies to my comment order Oldest First Newest First Loading comments... Already Registered? Login Now: Remember Me Register Today - It's Free! Join our growing community of healthcare professionals.

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Medical tablet with 60601-1 medical certification - Cybernet

9/16/2014
04:46 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Medical tablet with 60601-1 medical certification - Cybernet

Medical tablet PC with 60601-1 medical certification from Cybernet with fanless design with Antimicrobial is ideal for Healthcare.

strongly emphasizes upon the use of liquid disinfectants for thorough cleansing of medical equipment deployed in near-patient medical settings. Outlined explicitly in the guidelines, the deep clean-up of sensitive electronic equipment extends to medical computers. This is where the accredited antimicrobial housing and liquid resistant capabilities boasted by Cybernet's medical computer line-up come extremely handy. The peculiar design characteristics assist in deep cleansing of Cybernet's medical computers, doing away with the contamination due to blood, body fluids as well as routine dust and dirt. To ensure compliance with CDC guidelines regarding both environmental infection control in healthcare facilities, and isolation precautions, Cybernet medical computing products are a must-have. For more details on safe and effective disinfecting agents on Cybernet medical grade computers click here.

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C5te Rugged Tablet PC for Mobile Point-of-Service Computing

7/15/2014
02:19 | Author: Brandon Powell

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C5te Rugged Tablet PC for Mobile Point-of-Service Computing

The rugged C5te Tablet PC is the fully-sealed, mobile point-of-care computing solution for healthcare, home-health and field applications.

Note: This is a third-party branded product, which is warranted and supported by the original equipment supplier.

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For more information, please call 1-866-MTABLET, (option 4) or contact your Motion Reseller Partner.

Input Capacitive 10-finger Multi-touch Active Digitizer Pen (no battery required) with right mouse click button and integrated eraser.

Optional Integrated Mobile Broadband (MC8355 - Gobi Connectivity).

From the hospital to home care, the Motion C5te can handle the toughest conditions.

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Tablet (pharmacy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

5/14/2014
12:12 | Author: Emma Coleman

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Tablet (pharmacy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Medicinal tablets were originally made in the shape of a disk of whatever they just don't like taking them or because their medical condition makes it difficult for.

Common problems encountered during tablet manufacturing operations include:

Common minerals like talc or silica, and fats, e.g. vegetable stearin, magnesium stearate or stearic acid are the most frequently used lubricants in tablets or hard gelatin capsules.

Lubricants prevent ingredients from clumping together and from sticking to the tablet punches or capsule filling machine. Lubricants also ensure that tablet formation and ejection can occur with low friction between the solid and die wall, as well as between granules, which helps in uniform filling of the die.

Low shear wet granulation processes use very simple mixing equipment, and can take a considerable time to achieve a uniformly mixed state.

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Tablet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3/13/2014
02:25 | Author: Kayla Henderson

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Tablet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Medicine[edit]. Tablet (pharmacy), a mixture of pharmacological substances pressed into a small cake or bar, colloquially called a "pill".

Tablet may refer to:

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