The ASCVD Risk Estimator app, created by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association, is a quick way to estimate a patient’s 10-year and lifetime risk for athersclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD).
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.
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.).
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