The most obvious one I suppose, Ball TrainMaster Pulsemeter Watch, so called "Doctor's Watch"...
Agree 100%. Who knows what kind of horrible diseases the patient is carrying!I wouldnt want an M.D. or a dentist with a leather band putting his hands on or near my face. Kinda gross.
FWIW, PET and CT scanners don't really use magnets.Sad to say, most of the younger doctors that I know do not wear wristwatches. They use handphones for time or do not wear a timepiece at all. My sister who is a consultant, does not wear a watch - also since she is always working around highly magnetized equipment like MRIs, PET or CT scanners - a metallic watch is not a good idea.