Diagnostic Radiology strives to perfect the textbook style introductory application.
The CORR app is a leading example of how scientific journal content will be delivered in the future.
University of Kansas researchers evaluated apps available for pediatric obesity against practice guidelines. While they found generally poor adherence among most, there were a few that rose to the top.
Several weeks ago, hardware manufacturer Jawbone surprisingly released UP Coffee, a simple, free iOS app that promised to be the simplest way to understand how caffeine affects your sleep.
The Diabetik app is a way for patients with diabetes to track and manage their disease.
Crowd-funding platform Indiegogo’s recently highlighted the GoBe wearable sensor, an activity tracker with an alluring twist: “GoBe is the first and only wearable device that automatically measures the calories you consume and burn all day.”
The app covers most of the common exam tests and is ideal for the beginner or intermediate healthcare professional learning to perform the shoulder exam
Here we take a look at EchoSource – an app that aims to teach the basic principles of and technique for echocardiography.
KDIGO has recently release their guidelines in mobile format with an app that delivers their literature in a easily navigable fashion
While there are many retail pharmacies that have created mobile apps for their customers to use, CVS has recreated their app and included several new clinical features that patients may enjoy.
The Healio: Orthopaedics Today app covers updated topics in all orthopaedic specialty areas and has relevant health policy, business practice, and industry information important to anyone involved in orthopaedics.
While this app has an impressive breadth and depth, its poor organization and design limits it utility to clinicians and students.