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Cork doctors embrace iPad

A new app that allows Doctors great flexibility.

Screenshot of the iMedDoc

THE iPAD has become the latest must have medical gadget for doctors in Cork.

A Cork based tech start-up KM Medical Software has developed iPhone and iPad apps to help medical practitioners access live patient data and medical records while on the move. Surgeons and physicians at the Cork Medical Centre will soon begin using the apps in their work,  according to SiliconRepublic.

The iPad allows quick and effect communication between staff allowing them access to theatre lists, x-ray and lab results and much more.

The iMedDoc app is sold across the world and will be launched in the US in the coming months. 80 consultants in Ireland are currently using the software and full training is provided. A similar product has also been launched in the Beacon Hospital in Dublin



iMedDoc app demo.

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