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Wearable technology holds great promise in revolutionising healthcare delivery. The benefits can also be seen in medical education and delivering healthcare in remote places. We report the use of Google Glass technology as a teaching tool in broadcasting a procedure onto a mobile phone as a viewer, replacing expensive and often cumbersome existing equipment.

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BMJ Case Rep

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Cell Phone, Computers, Handheld, Electrocardiography, Ambulatory, Eyeglasses, Female, Humans, Mobile Applications, Teaching, Video Recording, Young Adult