iPhone app can diagnose stroke

According to a University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine study, doctors can make a stroke diagnosis using an iPhone application with the same accuracy as a diagnosis at a medical computer workstation. The study was designed by Dr. Mayank Goyal and used iPhone software technology originally developed by Dr. Ross Mitchell and his team at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute. News

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