Saving Your Life with Wearable Technology

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TUGNET Program for THURSDAY, October 20

You MUST RSVP so we’ll know if there is enough participation to justify a meeting and let us know if you will be dining.

Saving Your Life with Wearable Technology

In this presentation, Dr. Ron Brown wears both his Doctor and Technology hats and will look at common medical problems in the elderly that can be helped by wearable devices. Internet of Things (IoT) can also play a big role in helping seniors with isolation and communication.

We’ll be meeting at:

Lulu’s Restaurant

16900 Roscoe Blvd

Van Nuys, CA 91406

Back room

Come at 6:00 and have a bite to eat and chat – Meeting at 7:00

Big menu of good and reasonably-priced food



Artery: The study of fine paintings

Bacteria: Back door to cafeteria
Barium: What doctors do when patients die

Catscan: Searching for kitty
Cauterize: Made eye contact with her
Coma: A punctuation mark.

D&C: Where Washington is

Enema: Not a friend
ER: The things on your head that you hear with

Fester: Quicker than someone else

Genes: Blue denim slacks
G.I. Series: World Series of military baseball

Hemorrhoid: A male from outer space

Impotent: Distinguished, well-known

Medical Staff: A doctor’s cane
Morbid: A higher offer than I bid

Nitrates: Cheaper than day rates

Organ Transplant: What you do to your piano when you move
Outpatient: A person who has fainted

Pap Smear: Making fun of Dad
Pathalogical: A reasonable way to go
Pharmacist: Person who makes a living dealing in agriculture
Pelvis: Second cousin to Elvis
Post Operative: A letter carrier

Recovery Room: Place to do upholstery
Rectum: Almost killed him
Red Blood Count: Dracula

Secretion: Hiding something
Seizure: Roman Emperor

Terminal Illness: Getting sick at the airport.
Thorax: A Dr. Seuss character
Triple Bypass: Better than a quarterback sneak
Tumor: More than one, an extra pair

Varicose: Near by/close by
Vein : Conceited


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