Connected orthopedics and trauma surgery: New perspectives.

Abstract:

:Information is everywhere in the surgeon's life. It can improve medical practice and allow for personalized care. To answer the question, "How should the surgeon be connected?" we must assess the role and limitations of digital information in daily practice, particularly through mobile applications or mHealth. These tools and their scope must be defined in order to measure their impact on our clinical practice. New regulations on medical data have been introduced imposing that privacy be maintained. Connected applications can assist the surgeon in making the diagnosis and deciding on the treatment. These tools are already being used widely. Decision algorithms based on machine learning are also a promising way to optimize patient care. Connected applications make the clinical follow-up easier by allowing more reliable, relevant and frequent data transmission. They also provide access to information and training, either early academic learning or continuing medical education. We must adapt to these new modes of learning. Thus, smartphones, tablets and digital applications now have a central role in modern orthopedic surgery. Surgeons have information, technical resources and storage for research data at their disposal, while patients can establish a link with their doctor (current or future) and find lay information about their condition.

authors

Reina N

doi

10.1016/j.otsr.2018.05.018

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Has Abstract

pub_date

2019-02-01 00:00:00

pages

S15-S22

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1S

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1877-0568

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S1877-0568(18)30318-9

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105

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