Neurosurgeons go paperless on iPod Touch; Pepid debuts Palm Pre app;

> Printed program guides were verboten at the recent American Association of Neurological Surgeons convention, where attendees were given iPod Touches for reference, scheduling and messaging. Article

> Mobile clinical information developer Pepid has released what it calls the first medical app for the Palm Pre. Press release

> Welch Allyn is debuting several new wireless devices at the Arab Health Congress in Dubai this week. Press release

> Wallace Wireless has enlisted data security firm nGenX to integrate medical paging into BlackBerry smartphones. Article

> A small, wearable sensor now available in Japan collects and transmits EKG signals, body temperature and movements for about $330. Article

And Finally... Well, she couldn't be any worse than some of the other stiffs elected to public office. Articles

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