Waqaar Khawar

BabelMeSH app helps researchers search PubMed in 13 different languages

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The BabelMeSH app allows you to perform a quick search of MEDLINE PubMed in thirteen different languages.

Goggles allow surgeons to see cancer cells during surgery

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New goggles that allow surgeons to visualize cancer cells were first used in surgery recently. The technology, created at the Washington University School of Medicine, causes cancer cells to glow blue to the surgeon.

Eye Emergency Manual is a free medical app to diagnose ophthalmology emergencies

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Eye Emergency Manual is useful app for emergency care providers facing an ophthalmic problem.

As mental health apps proliferate, recent study finds evidence base lacking

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A recent study shows a lack of literature for apps designed to help patients with mental health issues.

Emergency department uses mobile app to check in patients

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Local residents can let the emergency department at Riverside Community Hospital know they’re on the way using mobile app iTriage.

CheckedUp tries to bridge the gap between physicians and patients with communication platform

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CheckedUp is an mHealth solution that aims to decrease the gap in communication between doctors and patients.

ScanZ launches fundraising campaign for device to monitor acne at home

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mySkin takes a step forward in how patients look at their own acne with ScanZ.

Telemedicine-enabled mobile pediatric clinic brings high quality specialized care to underserved children

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Children’s Health Fund and the Verizon Foundation have teamed up to provide specialized healthcare to thousands of underprivileged children.

For $69 and your smart phone in hand, a board certified dermatologist will look at your rash

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Iagnosis has developed a mobile platform for their DermatologistOnCall service on the iPhone. The service allows patients to securely submit images of their personal dermatological concerns (rashes, moles, etc.).

Incubator created for Google Glass app developers for medical applications

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Palomar Health and Qualcomm Life have teamed up to build an incubator for developers called Glassomics.

Urine as a viable alternative energy resource

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Scientists have successfully harnessed the power of an unexpected energy source: human urine.

Scanadu sets crowdfunding record with self-diagnosing device

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Scanadu turned to crowdfunding website, Indiegogo, with a goal to raise $100,000. Instead, they set the record for the highest amount ever raised on the site: $1,664,375.