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Drones perform better than conventional EMS in delivery of AEDs in Stockholm
Current wearable devices provide relatively accurate measurements on heart rate but not energy expenditure, with the Apple Watch providing the greatest accuracy compared with 6 other devices
After implementing a virtual consult system in their EHR for infectious disease evaluation, the VA Boston Healthcare System found more patients received needed care faster.
Japanese researchers are developing a medical app designed to aid auscultation by analyzing heart sounds, murmurs using just an external microphone
A reliable, cost-effective, and noninvasive alternative for continuous ejection fraction measurements with comparable results to cardiac MRI measurements using a modified iPhone camera
Directly observed therapy improves adherence to DOACs amongst AI-enabled app users
A recent proof-of-concept study on the feasibility and impact of telemedicine on parent participation during pediatric intensive care unit rounds
A recent randomized study compared a health app for remote follow up of surgery patients to usual care.
Researchers tested the heart rate accuracy of the Fibit Charge and Surge, Basis peak, and Mio Fuse on patients during treadmill tests.
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Some of the issues that China has faced and is trying to overcome in regards to digital health are great learning points for other countries.
Key gaps in research identified in mobile app research studies.
Researchers studied the runmatic app to see how well it performed in regards to performance and injury prevention.
Systematic review looks at the efficacy of mobile interventions in diet and physical activity.
Researchers find the best medication adherence medical apps.
The accelerometers and magnetometers in smartphones have shown promise for many clinical and health tracking applications. The Goniometer Pro app (iOS | Android), was recently put to the test for both reliability and validity on actively measuring wrist range of motion (ROM). Wrist range of motion measurements are key in post operative care and physical therapy. […]
An evidence based method to assess speech disorder apps.
Data on the frequency, type, popularity and perceptions of 11 common clinical apps used in the healthcare setting was collected from 731 medical students using an anonymous, 18-question Web-based survey in a cross-sectional study by Quant et al in the US.1 The apps included in this survey were Epocrates, UpToDate, VisualDx, DynaMed, Diagnosaurus, Lexicomp, Eponymns, […]