Information and communication technology for obstetric good practices
Objective: to investigate the use of information and communication technologies in good obstetrical practices.
Results and Discussion: the studies found have dealt with the use of different information technologies, demonstrating that they are essential to good obstetrical practices because they provide security and greater access to information, as well as provide a more efficient diagnosis and consequently an adequate treatment.
Conclusion: It is essential to use the technologies to achieve good obstetric practices throughout the health team. However, it is still necessary to carry out studies, as well as the creation of software that gives greater security to the welfare practices.
Descriptors: Information Technology; Obstetrics; Software; Professional Practice.
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