WAYS OF MEDICINE MOBILE

O. P. Mintser

Abstract


Question of the use of mobile technology in the practice of medicine and public health is considered.

The purpose of research was analysis of the real prospects of m-medicine and its development.

It was proposed the mobile devices classification. It includes, at least, 15 groups. They were divided into four subgroups. It was done a review of the mobile medicine applications in the present time. It was emphasized that clinical dermatology is an ideal model to demonstrate the effectiveness of the use M-medicine. The second model is ophthalmology.

Conclusions. 1. Mobile devices require attention, primarily as a result of their high efficiency in terms of limited resources. 2. To ensure effective implementation of m-Medicine technology there is a need for the accelerated development of regulatory support of mobile devices usage.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2016.3.6746

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