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Doctor says Google Glass saved a man’s life

09
Apr
2014

Google Glass can be used to check emails or search for information on the move. The Boston Globe reports that Dr. Steven Horng, working at Bostons Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, was wearing Glass last year while working on a man whose brain was bleeding. With no time to leave the stricken patient, Horng says he called up the mans medical records on Googles wearable device, found the relevant information, and stabilized his condition. The story comes as Google this week launches an initiative to showcase the capabilities of Glass when used in the workplace.

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