A review on what types of health and medical apps you can patent.
Android Wear’s smartwatch medical apps can track blood sugars for those with diabetes, heart rate, and medications.
A study compares LoseIt! with one-on-one nutritional counselling, finding similar results.
Relief Central offers a set of resources to help health personnel and aid workers in disaster and other international aid settings.
Researchers describe an app to automatically calculate the nutritional info from just a picture of your plate.
The Apple Watch was found to have the ability to measure blood oxygen saturation. Here’s how it could be used in medicine.
Nurses, an essential part of health care teams, indicate that connected medical devices can decrease medical errors.
Fitback uses a combination of mobile, web-based resources to manage back pain
A recent BMJ perspective argues that claims, stated and implied, aren’t supported by any evidence.
This is an excellent app for learning or teaching about antiseptic options and techniques in the operating room.
An app that lets you take pictures of your meals and get personalized feedback from a nutritionist.
Researchers demonstrate important security vulnerabilities in surgical robots using the RAVEN II research robot.