Smartphone games used to perform detailed assessments of cognition.
JBJS has introduced a new app which helps synthesize the key topics that students of musculoskeletal medicine need to know.
Symantec report exposes privacy flaws among popular health tracking apps and devices.
A interview with Dr Steven Lin, the physician app developer, regarding his process
The Sense System has raised over $1.5 million on Kickstarter but fails to incorporate basic sleep medicine principles.
An app that enables secure communication with real potential to improve care.
The most popular journal management app comes to Android
New Adidas miCoach Fit Smart leaves out core features found in other fitness trackers
A team of researchers have demonstrated the use of a low cost Android device and headphones to effectively screen children for hearing problems.
The best medical apps for residents starting intern year
Google Fit to enable health data sharing for Android users
Cardiology Mnemonics developed by Rahul Gosain provides a series of mnemonics physicians can take advantage of.
Natural Standard Herb & Supplement Guide: An Evidence-Based Reference is an app developed by Elsevier that attempts to provides high-quality, up-to-date, information about herbs and other supplements.
The Art of Injection is a quick reference for physicians treating localized inflammatory pain.
Review on the best OB Wheel apps for Android including Ob Wheel (Pregnancy Calculator), Obstetrics (+ Pregnancy Wheel), and Ob Calc Pro (Obstetrician)
MedEngage is a medical app with a journal feel to present clinical cases and other information in a problem based approach.
Cancer Research UK has developed an intergalactic smartphone game to help them analyse the overwhelming reams of genetic data generated in recent studies
The “Spirometry Interpreter & COPD Treatment” application is a tool to help medical professionals interpret spirometry results and suggest treatment based on COPD severity
Pharmacology LANGE Flash Cards is an app for preparing for the USMLE, written by medical students at Yale University.
We searched far and wide for all available wireless, mobile-compatible blood pressure monitors. Here’s what we found and tips on picking the right device for the right patient.