Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) in Orthopaedic Surgery

Authors: K Barbosa & L Funk

Personal digital assistants (PDAs) have become a constant companion to most professional people. The increase in processing power and wireless connectivity have made these devices useful tools for data collection, quick reference and diary-keeping. In this article we discuss the specific features and benefits for orthopaedic surgeons and trainees, with a view to future developments.

Keywords: Personal digital assistants; Classification; Features


Current Orthopaedics - 19(2)135-139; April 2005


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