iPad Being Used in St. Louis Children's Hospital as Part of Treatment Regime

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KSDK, a news station from St. Louis, MO, recently ran an article on how the iPad is being used at the St. Louis Children's Hospital to help educate, distract, and prepare patients.

This article originally appeared at iMedicalApps.com, part of the HCPLive network.

KSDK, a news station from St. Louis, MO, recently ran a story on how the iPad is being used in innovative ways at the St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Tyler Robertson, a child life specialist at the hospital, says the iPad is being used for three purposes: education, distraction, and preparation.

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