Author: Nathan Skelley, MD
Positioning of joint implants in the operating room can be tough but is a key to success. A recent study has shown than an orthopedic app could help.
Most conference have a medical meeting app are really common but not always that useful. Here’s an example of one that gets it right.
3D4Medical’s musculoskeletal anatomy apps try to take advantage of the unique strengths of mobile devices to teach anatomy.
A rehab app that aims to improve rotator cuff treatment by teaching about nonsurgical options including exercises and therapy.
This app has a great selection of journals to review, but it is not particularly useful with its current content and app stability.
The Bullets* app puts an outstanding medical education resource in an orthopedics app.
The OrthoFlow app is an orthopedic surgery app for managing orthopedic surgery injuries.
OrthoGuidelines app delivers evidence based clinical practice guidelines and appropriate use criteria for a wide range of orthopedic pathologies.
Surgical simulation app continues to improve with new features and 3D design.
A robot that can provide medical care in space.
This is an excellent app for adding variety to an exercise routine that includes a stationary bike or treadmill.
This is an excellent app for learning about common spine operations.
This is an excellent app for learning or teaching about antiseptic options and techniques in the operating room.
iAnkylosing Spondylitis Pro is an excellent app for patients learning about this complex inflammatory arthritis.
A free interactive app to teach orthopedic management of fractures.
A great app to start learning about the emergent evaluation of musculoskeletal injuries.
Using apps & your mobile device to improve orthopedic care
A simple mobile app could replace the traditional orthopaedic goniometer.
We present great resources keep busy orthopedists up to date.
Simplify writing SOAP notes with mobile EMR that trainers can update on the field.