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Spacelabs adds wireless access to data repository

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Spacelabs adds wireless access to data repositorySpacelabs Medical has added wireless links to its Caremaster data repository, making patient information accessible to handheld devices, including Web-enabled cell phones and personal digital

Spacelabs adds wireless access to data repository

Spacelabs Medical has added wireless links to its Caremaster data repository, making patient information accessible to handheld devices, including Web-enabled cell phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs). By using wireless markup language, Web-clipping, and custom HTML, Spacelabs’ data repository can support all wireless application protocol devices. On Web-enabled phones, healthcare providers can now view lab results, radiology text reports, and nurses’ notes. With the larger screen of a PDA, users can also access ECG waveforms and radiology images.

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