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Physician for the pocket

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Pretty smart! Digital technologies simplify communication between doctor and patient, help to record the state of health and support the self-management of chronic diseases. Mobile health services are essential, especially during the corona pandemic, because patients only come to the practice when it is really necessary. Find out more about the "Physician for the pocket" in our Trend Topic.

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Interview: AI predicts postoperative complications
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AI predicts a patient's risk of postoperative complications

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Whether it is a routine surgery or a personalized surgical intervention that perhaps has never been done before: There is always a residual risk involved. That’s why hospitals monitor and supervise patient care before, during, and after surgery to be ready for immediate intervention if needed.
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AI predicts a patient's risk of postoperative complications
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