Emergency room doctors at Rhode Island Hospital are testing the use of Google Glass in teledermatology, in which skin images are captured by the gadget and transmitted in real time to an off-site dermatologist.
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Thursday, March 13, 2014, 10:30 AM – Rhode Island Hospital is currently testing out Google Glass in a dermatology study.
Over the next six months, emergency room patients requiring dermatology work may participate in the study. If they elect to…
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