There is no app for physical diagnosis
“The stethoscope is dying.” That’s the word on the wards.
Clunky and less precise than what modern technological advances allow, many say it will soon find itself useful as only a historical artifact of 19th and 20th-century medicine. While it may pain many clinicians, it’s tough to argue the stethoscope’s immunity to Moore’s law.
As technology allows us to make better, more accurate tools, we embrace them as …