Network scanning can really improve the workflow and user experience of nurse and other healthcare professionals on the front line. Let’s dive into the benefits of network scanning.
Today’s seniors are unlike many of past generations. These days, older Americans expect things their counterparts in previous generations wouldn’t have considered.
For example, most want to stay in their own homes as they age. They want to take care of themselves. And many want to avoid being the stereotypical befuddled senior citizen who doesn’t understand technology.
Widi is Intel’s innovative wireless display technology brought to you by Intel. It allows you to use a WiDi capable computer and device to stream content effortlessly to a TV screen. While this certainly isn’t new technology, being able to do it quickly and easily with integrated technology is something relatively new in the Windows world.
Laptops are becoming thinner and lighter every day. The Macbook Air started a mobile revolution when Apple created a notebook a little over 1/2 inch thick and weighing less than 2.5 lbs. No one can argue that these sleek and slim computers are attractive and desirable to own just on form factor alone. However, there are more than just aesthetic reasons to upgrade to an ultrabook.
Medical technologies have made a huge impact on healthcare. However, they’re so commonplace that many nurses actually take them for granted as a routine component of normal medical care. But these tools weren’t always available and it’s important to reflect on how much easier they make our lives.
I had been pining for a Mac for a couple of years now. Several times I came very close to buying one, but just couldn’t bring myself to part with the cash. I’ve always heard that once you go Mac you never go back. But after my experience with a MacBook Pro, I’m hear to tell you that “Once you go Mac you never go back” is Totally Whack!
It would seem that if you are performing surgery specifically to remove a brain tumor, and when you get inside there is no brain tumor, you’d stop, right?
You wouldn’t dig around for your own satisfaction. You already knew it wasn’t cancerous, so you don’t need to look for anything else.
He extra time in my head lead to the CSF leak which made for the most miserable 7 days of my life.
I had to have a lumbar drain inserted to relieve the pressure of the CSF. If I wanted to lift my head off the bed at all I had to call a nurse to clamp the drain or else my brain my squeeze through the holes in my skull. (And that lovely gem came straight from the mouth of one of my nurses to another nurse… that really comforted me. Let me tell ya)