Why Apple joining the Bluetooth standards group could usher in an ear of new bluetooth medical devices.
Engadget does a hands on review of the Withings iPhone blood pressure cuff, just released.
Pocket Body for iPad highlights how basic medicine can be merged with modern technology and succeed to significantly improve anatomical understanding
Pediatric Emergency Drugs is designed to be a quick med list calculator for pediatric emergencies. It is designed deal with pediatric emergencies where clinicians have the challenge of not only determining the proper drugs to use, but also to get the dosage right by age.
Informed Publishing’s EMS ACLS Guide provides first responders and emergency professional with a complete app tackling any situation.
The premier US event for mobile health technology, the mHealth Summit, is calling out for physicians and health technologists to submit abstracts for the upcoming December conference. The abstract submission page is here but you have to hurry up ! The deadline for abstract submission is July 8. Topics of interest include Research Tools for […]
CathSource is an innovative iPhone & iPad medical app that gives an in-depth understanding of cardiology catheterization with a plethora of videos and images. The app could be useful for patient education as well.
An education app that includes 3D anatomy models, radiology images and narrated surgical videos.
Brown medical school will be requiring their medical students to purchase an iPad, along with three e-books from an innovative ipad medical publisher.
By: Tom Lewis, MS 2 Traditionally, medical education has been essentially an apprenticeship, with trainees largely learning by doing. More and more however, medical programs are utilizing simulation environments to teach students in safe environments. For the physical exam, that is the OSCE – objective structured clinical exam. Intended to teach students exam skills in […]
By: Rajat Kumar, MS3 The number of things for which physicians can send tests seems to be growing at an exponential rate. And as we continue to gain insight into the biologic and biochemical basis of medical conditions, physicians use these tests even more to diagnose disease, follow progression, and assess effectiveness of therapy. And […]
Pill Identification can represent a challenging but occasionally even life-saving endeavor for healthcare professionals, examples include: an ER physician diagnosing beta-blockade toxicity in a bradycardic patient or oral hypoglycemic toxicity in a seizing patient or parents discovering an unknown stray pill in their teenager’s belongings. Read how Pill Identifier Lite stacks up against similar free offerings from Epocrates and Lexi Comp.