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Handheld computing in dentistry



Handheld computing in dentistry



Dental Clinics of North America 46(3): 539-51, Vii



Handheld computer sales are increasing rapidly in the United States and worldwide. The convenience and communication features will continue to improve and become commonplace in our lives. Using a handheld computer in the dental environment is efficient and potentially aids the dentist in delivering a higher standard of care to patients.

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Accession: 046211271

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PMID: 12222096

DOI: 10.1016/s0011-8532(02)00014-9


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