Pocket Anatomy developers created a fun little app called Santa Anatomy for the holidays. It allows users to view the anatomy of Santa Claus. Free for the time period, enjoy this app for the holiday.
EchoSource is a useful app not just limited to cardiology trainees. EchoSource provides a detailed overview of clinical disorders and their evaluation using echocardiography, incorporating educational figures and videos as well as reviews of relevant medical literature.
In obstetrics, the “wheel of life” is an important entity. I love my small green pregnancy wheel that fits easily into my white coat pocket. But sometimes I cannot find it or it is in my other white coat or I am not wearing an outfit with pockets and choose not to wear my white coat. A digital wheel has become indispensible to me – it is available on my phone or iPad whenever I need it.
By: Timothy Aungst, PharmD. Instructional App Utilization Review Introduction: Micromedex currently has a series of mobile applications available on several mobile devices. Their Drug Information app is currently free for all users. However, several additional apps they have available require an annual subscription ($9.99/year). These apps can also be accessed via an institutional subscription though […]
Heart rate variability (HRV) data collection can now be done in any setting thanks to a new app designed by HRV Fit Ltd and PhD candidate James Heathers.
Review of Pain Guide for iOS, an app that helps with pain management but has a painful user interface
The Radiology Assistant is a fantastic website for clinicians to refer too. The mobile app brings all the utility of this website in a portable form however stability and user interface issues make this less accessible.
AliveCor announces at the 4th annual mHealth Summit that its ECG iPhone case has received FDA 510K approval, shows evidence of its effectiveness.
Rex Healthcare in Chapel Hill, NC has launched a custom mobile application for cancer patients to better manage their treatment.
Archive from the December 5, 2012 tweet chat on mobile operating systems.
This app provides an excellent, comprehensive summary on the basics of initial burn management by using focused, mobile multimedia, but does exclude some important components.
The LoseIt! app allows users to easily track weight changes, calories consumed and exercise with a well designed interface.