Exo Labs has created a camera that turns your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch into the eye piece of your microscope.
Author: Waqaar Khawar
A recent study published in Heart Rhythm shows that an app can identify atrial fibrillation (AF) with a high specificity and sensitivity.
Review of MedXSafe, a new feature of the MedXCom app that implies to users that it has accurate knowledge of potential sexual partners’ STD status.
Tinké is a small, lightweight device designed to help patients improve their cardiovascular health and stress levels. This little device plugs into the 30-pin connector on your iPhone (3GS or newer), iPod Touch, or iPad.
ViSi Mobile will monitor all of your patient’s core vital signs (blood pressure, heart rate, 3 or 5-lead ECG, SpO2, respiration rate, and skin temperature) “with monitoring accuracy and resolution, typically found in ICUs.”
Vital Link has recently added two new devices to their repertoire: a fall sensor and a mobile GPS unit.
Representative Mike Honda (D) of California’s 15th District has introduced the Health Care Innovation and Marketplace Technologies Act of 2012 (H.R. 6626) to introduce some order and promote the world of mHealth
Heart rate variability (HRV) data collection can now be done in any setting thanks to a new app designed by HRV Fit Ltd and PhD candidate James Heathers.
Dr. Timothy Williams, a surgeon with the Center for Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, recently performed the first surgery in the US using Brainlab’s Dash Smart Instrument Technology–a navigation system designed to run on an iPod Touch in a sterile case