World wide web at: the online version of this article, along with updated information and services, is located on the a patient’s guide to taking coumadin/warfarin karen fiumara, pharmd samuel z goldhaber, md w arfarin (brand names coumadin and jantoven) is a prescription. The doctor, the patient and the world-wide web: how the internet is changing healthcare article literature review (pdf available) in journal of the royal society of medicine 96(2):74-6 march.
You are to prepare a guide that will serve as a handout to assist a specific patient that you identify your guide or handout should help this patient find and evaluate reliable and accurate information on the internet (websites) related to his or her disease process or diagnosis. The world wide web the newest and perhaps the most user- friendly method of gaining access to the resources available on the internet is by means of the world wide web (the web, www, or w3), which has been described as the embodiment of hu- an overview of the internet appears else- where in this issue.
B the web browser asks for the one object identified by the web address, and the web server automatically sends the rest of the objects to the browser c the web server sees the request for the web address, dynamically creates a single graphical image of the entire web page, and sends that one graphical image to the web browser d.
To obtain the broadest view of the patient education materials on the www, only 1 patient education document was evaluated from an individual web site (eg, 1 document from the american academy of pediatrics, 1 document from the centers for disease control and prevention. The world wide web (www, w3, or simply “the web”) is the crowning glory of the internet, providing a uniform, user friendly interface to the net it allows information to be presented in a sophisticated and attractive format, interlacing pictures with text.
For this information source to be effective, its content must be accurate and the way it is written must be appropriate to facilitate patients' understandingthe aim of this paper is to raise awareness of the world wide web as a resource for occupational therapists when educating patients. The introduction of the world wide web has revolutionized the applications of the computer and the internet in the medical field the web provides an easy and cost-effective way of retrieving medical information and a more flexible way of communicating with patients and colleagues. And others do not in many patients, the symptoms are related to a rapid heart rate if medications effectively slow the rate, the symptoms disappear other patients continue to have symp-toms, even if the heart rate is not fast occasionally, symptoms are due to a heart rate that is too slow potential symptoms associated with af are listed in the table.