The Duke CPR app walks users without prior training through compression only CPR.
Pediatric Quiz provides 500+ questions with well referenced answers, though its format may not be for everyone
The app will collect quality of life data and conduct six-minute walk tests on patients with cardiomyopathies
Figure 1, the “Instagram for Doctors,” is going to start live-streaming clinical cases and other events
OCR launches a new site to help answer questions about HIPAA, inform future guidance for developers of health apps
The AIMFIT RCT looked at impact of fitness apps, Zombies Run and Get Running, on activity levels in adolescents
Most ICD 10 apps are horrible, but we found 4 free ones that are great to use.
Researchers have developed an atrial fibrillation screening app that uses just the smartphone’s camera & flash.
This is an excellent app for adding variety to an exercise routine that includes a stationary bike or treadmill.
Produced by a prolific physician app developer.
Simple text messaging platform shows significant health benefits in large study.
Review of American Academy of Emergency Medicine’s Flash Facts app.
Best pediatric apps essential for pediatricians & family physicians.
Medisafe claims it helps users achieve blood pressure reductions of 17 – 23 mm Hg in just thirty days. That’s not entirely true.
Pfizer is doing research with a smoking cessation app used with medications.
An interesting educational app for medical students, residents, and other trainees who want a visual alternative to learning medical syndromes.
Health wearables want us to move, but are facing an uphill battle.