SmartSponge prevents 'souvenirs'; Edge Health, Epocrates offer integrated software solution;

> Surgical sponges with embedded RFID technology are cutting down on the number of surgical patients going home from New York's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center with "souvenirs." Article

> Canadian software developer Edge Health is embedding the Epocrates drug database into its mobile EdgeMD software package. Press release

> Veterinary pharmaceutical firm Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica is outfitting its sales reps with mobile broadband service that is meant to perform in rural areas. Press release

> Wireless telemedicine provider LifeWatch Services has inked an exclusive deal with Verizon Wireless for remote cardiac telemetry services. Press release 

And Finally... At least one person's going to make money using Twitter. Article

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