Epocrates recently released Bugs + Drugs app aggregates sensitivities of pathogens in the community and then helps the user understand what treatments are viable. However, as seen in our review, there are significant flaws that preclude to its clinical use at this time.
Nearpod helps revolutionize medical education teaching using mobile devices
For many women and their partners, having a baby at a roughly planned time is critical. While most (85%) of couples will succeed in getting pregnant over a year of unprotected intercourse, sometimes it is helpful to plan or predict how and when to get pregnant. Much of this planning has to do with knowing […]
BoneStress App allows orthopedic surgeons to visualise stress effects of different hip stem designs
The number of medical journals available for the iPad has grown exponentially as more publishers recognize the potential benefits and utility of providing their content on multiple platforms. However to date, the number of journals that have opted to take advantage of features such as Apple’s Newsstand feature is remarkably low.
Glooko has received FDA 510(k) clearance for their HIPAA compliant Glooko System, a unified diabetes management system. The system includes a smartphone app, a MeterSync cable and web dashboards for both patients and doctors. Glooko users can track their carb intake, insulin dosage, and other lifestyle factors such as exercise. The app includes built-in food, […]
Purpose of App Review How useful is this app in helping users track their water daily water intake? Introduction Most people know that drinking water throughout the day can have many health benefits. Although the amount of water required each day varies from person to person, the common recommendation for the average adult is to […]
The introduction of mobile devices with inbuilt accelerometers potentially offers a simple method of assessing lumbar lordosis.
Cureatr has just raised $5.7 million in financing, a sizable first round for the New York based health technology startup.
To evaluate resident attitudes to the smartphone policy implemented at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
The Medical Doctor Reference app is a great reference tool that can be a replacement for the usual reference booklets that many medical students and residents use
Crisis Code is an app for acute care physicians and those interested in improving their management of unstable patients or crisis situations.