Android medical app review of Pregnancy Medication & Safety — an app that allows physicians and patients to get more information on drugs that could be harmful for pregnancy.
Taking notes on the iPad can be a useful tool for physicians, and other health care providers. We review Penultimate to see how the app performs in the medical workflow.
Review of DrChrono, the first iPad electronic medical record, exclusive beta review. This EMR was the first native electronic medical record on the ipad.
The challenges the Android Marketplace poses for the medical app developer are real, including the initially poorly implemented piracy controls, lack of promo codes and the size limits of the apps.
We want to welcome our readers to the new and improved iMedicalApps. It’s been a longtime coming. We want to also thank our readership, without your support, comments and referrals we would not have seen the 8 fold increase in traffic in just this last year alone. Due to this increase in traffic, and the […]
One of the exciting early promises of the iPhone for doctors was its potential to present imaging studies, such as CT & MRI while on the go. Early on, many did not suspect how powerful was the “small touchscreen computer that makes phone calls”, in the words of Mark Cain. So, when OsiriX for the […]
Mobile MIM is the first FDA approved medical radiology viewing app. It allows physicians and providers to view CT & MRI scans on the iPad.
Grand Rounds, “Doctor Watson” edition, artificial intelligence and medicine
Pagers were first introduced in the 1950′s. Interestingly enough, physicians were early adopters of this then-emerging technology, paying around $10/month for the service in NYC. And for nearly half a century, pagers came to dominate communications in healthcare settings thanks to their reliability and reach. And while many things in medicine have changed, this part […]
iMedicalApps is honored to be hosting the medical blogosphere’s grand rounds this upcoming Tuesday. It’s a time honored tradition, with legendary physician blogger, Nick Genes, helping organize the various editions. The theme is going to be technology and medicine — with a special emphasis on artificial intelligence (think Watson!). With that said, we need help from our […]
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A RCT (randomized control trial) by researchers in Great Britain has shown how the iResus ACLS medical app can be used to improve physician performance in simulated medical emergencies.