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Your Guide to Performing the Modern-Day Physical Exam eBook

What does the physical exam mean to you?

In the past, it meant evaluating a patient through sight, smell, touch and sound.1 The objective findings from these traditional exam techniques play a vital role in identifying and diagnosing a patient’s medical condition.

Today, digital solutions may come to mind as they are often the first diagnostic tool.1 With benefits like real-time data capture, storage and transfer, you can access the right information at the right time—enabling earlier diagnosis and treatment.

How can you support the best outcomes for your patients and practice?

The answer may lie in the middle—a smart combination of technology and traditional exam techniques.

Check out the eBook below, Your Guide to Performing the Modern-Day Physical Exam, to learn more about how you can use technology to enable earlier diagnosis and treatment within your practice.

What’s inside the eBook:

  • How technology can complement your traditional exam techniques
  • How to use technology to enhance your eye, ear, blood pressure, heart and lung exam
  • How to maintain the physician-patient relationship alongside technology
cover of the brochure titled Your Guide to Performing the Modern-Day Physical Exam

References

1. Stanford Health Care. The Importance of the Physical Exam. https://stanfordhealthcare.org/health-care-professionals/medical-staff/medstaff-update/2016-april/importance-physical-exam.html. Accessed April 30, 2019.