"Computers, Handheld" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
MeSH (Medical Subject Headings). Descriptors are arranged in a hierarchical structure,
which enables searching at various levels of specificity.
A type of MICROCOMPUTER, sometimes called a personal digital assistant, that is very small and portable and fitting in a hand. They are convenient to use in clinical and other field situations for quick data management. They usually require docking with MICROCOMPUTERS for updates.
- Computers, Palmtop
- Computer, Palmtop
- Palmtop Computer
- Palmtop Computers
- Computers, Palm-Top
- Computer, Palm-Top
- Computers, Palm Top
- Palm-Top Computer
- Palm-Top Computers
Personal Digital Assistant
- Personal Digital Assistant
- Digital Assistant, Personal
- PDA Computer
- Computer, PDA
- Computers, PDA
- PDA Computers
- Pocket PC
- PC, Pocket
- PCs, Pocket
- Pocket PCs
- Tablet Computers
- Computer, Tablet
- Computers, Tablet
- Tablet Computer
- Palm Pilot
- Palm Pilots
- Pilot, Palm
- Pilots, Palm
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Computers, Handheld" by people in Profiles.
Johnson DM, Junarta J, Gerace C, Frisch DR. Usefulness of Mobile Electrocardiographic Devices to Reduce Urgent Healthcare Visits. Am J Cardiol. 2021 08 15; 153:125-128.
Junarta J, Frisch DR, Dikdan S, Weiss M, Khan O, Sarkar K. Expanding a single-lead mobile electrocardiographic device to multiple-lead recordings improves diagnostic accuracy and confidence. J Electrocardiol. 2021 Jul-Aug; 67:77-83.
Lubner RJ, Barbarite E, Kondamuri N, Knoll RM, Ota HG, Lewis RM, Franck K, Remenschneider AK, Kozin ED. Hearing Vital Signs: Mobile Audiometry in the Emergency Department for Evaluation of Sudden Hearing Loss. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2020 11; 163(5):1025-1028.
Waisbourd M, Dhami H, Zhou C, Hsieh M, Abichandani P, Pro MJ, Moster MR, Katz LJ, Hark LA, Myers JS. The Wills Eye Glaucoma App: Interest of Patients and Their Caregivers in a Smartphone-based and Tablet-based Glaucoma Application. J Glaucoma. 2016 09; 25(9):e787-91.
Kabali HK, Irigoyen MM, Nunez-Davis R, Budacki JG, Mohanty SH, Leister KP, Bonner RL. Exposure and Use of Mobile Media Devices by Young Children. Pediatrics. 2015 Dec; 136(6):1044-50.
Rahimy E, Reddy S, DeCroos FC, Khan MA, Boyer DS, Gupta OP, Regillo CD, Haller JA. PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF VISUAL ACUITY AGREEMENT BETWEEN STANDARD EARLY TREATMENT DIABETIC RETINOPATHY STUDY CHART AND A HANDHELD EQUIVALENT IN EYES WITH RETINAL PATHOLOGY. Retina. 2015 Aug; 35(8):1680-7.
Ojeda JC, Colbert J, Yialamas M. Pocket-Sized Ultrasound for Physical Diagnosis. J Gen Intern Med. 2015 Jul; 30(7):884.
Blake K, Holbrook JT, Antal H, Shade D, Bunnell HT, McCahan SM, Wise RA, Pennington C, Garfinkel P, Wysocki T. Use of mobile devices and the internet for multimedia informed consent delivery and data entry in a pediatric asthma trial: Study design and rationale. Contemp Clin Trials. 2015 May; 42:105-18.
Ojeda JC, Colbert JA, Lin X, McMahon GT, Doubilet PM, Benson CB, Wu J, Katz JT, Yialamas MA. Pocket-sized ultrasound as an aid to physical diagnosis for internal medicine residents: a randomized trial. J Gen Intern Med. 2015 Feb; 30(2):199-206.
Dine CJ, Wingate N, Rosen IM, Myers JS, Lapin J, Kogan JR, Shea JA. Using peers to assess handoffs: a pilot study. J Gen Intern Med. 2013 Aug; 28(8):1008-13.