The Royal Society’s annual Summer Science Exhibition is featuring an innovative take on virtual reality (VR) this year – using VR to study the elaborate structure of the genome. Designed through a collaboration between the University of London and Universita di Napoli, the project’s stated goal is to better under underlying genetic causes leading to […]
These “not so obvious” medical apps range from orthopedic apps to toxicology apps to ultrasound apps.
The eSLUMS app is a nice addition to the App Store that brings a validated dementia screening tool to the point of care.
This list shows all the Apple ResearchKit apps you can enroll in. Physicians can recommend these apps to their patients.
The CDC has nearly 30 apps available for smartphones. These are the ones you should download.
Researchers from several universities presented results of studies using Kardia Mobile for atrial fibrillation screening
Australian researchers recently published the results of a study looking at use of virtual reality to aide sedation during procedures.
dminder is a very interesting app that likely will prove popular with those obsessed with vitamin D.
University of Birmingham developers have created a virtual reality cycling experience to deliver physical therapy to ICU patients.
A recent study compared prosthetics made with traditional casting to 3D printed prosthetics made using scans of patients’ limbs.
AlgoMed is an intriguing new app that attempts to put over 1,000 high-quality medical algorithms, from 23 different medical categories, into one mobile app.
OvidVR is using virtual reality for surgical training with Ovid-Total Knee Arthroplasty and Ovid-Total Hip Arthroplasty VR simulations.
AlzDxRx is a good, free app from a county medical foundation that attempts to put helpful tools into the hands of providers.
This week’s list includes a new medical app for patients with atrial fibrillation, an app to support palliative care, and a new oncology app.
In primary care we see a high volume of upper and lower respiratory infections. Just last week, I evaluated an upper respiratory infection, an asthma exacerbation and a possible pneumonia vs. COPD exacerbation all in the same morning clinic. Primary care providers are constantly under fire for overprescribing antibiotics. However, some patients actually have community-acquired, […]