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Mobile Devices & Accessories
Mobile medical devices and accessories for patients and physicians.
The Omron bluetooth blood pressure monitor for iPhone & Android is a great choice for a select group of patients.
CellScope is easy to use and an overall practical add on to your iPhone.
Our detailed review of the Withings Blood Pressure monitor.
Review of the wireless iHealth blood pressure monitor.
The MeterSync Blue enables wireless transfer of glucose readings from over 30 supported glucose meters to iPhone and Android.
Atheer packs Android OS into dual-screen glasses with 3D gesture recognition.
Stethoscope attachment adds cloud-based analysis to good old fashioned auscultation.
The Verio Sync glucose meter is a classic example of hardware and software not meshing.
The Telcare BGM adds cellular and wireless connectivity to the cloud
The Sense System has raised over $1.5 million on Kickstarter but fails to incorporate basic sleep medicine principles.
Promising artificial pancreas study gives hope of automated solution to complexities of diabetes management.
Google Fit to enable health data sharing for Android users
Basis Science, makers of the recently reviewed wearable smartwatch/activity tracker Basis Band, was acquired by Intel for a reported $100M-$150 million dollars.
HealthPatch, a wearable biosensor that has ability to continuously monitor vital signs and other biometric data
It appears that an issue with the FitBit Force causing a rash might be more widespread than initially believed
Recently at CES 2014, iHealth Lab, a subsidiary of Andon Health, presented three new continuous monitoring wearable health devices
Personal fitness trackers pose a great boon to daily monitoring of activities, but could be used for other outpatient health monitoring if further development applied.
Review of the Basis B1 Band, which is an outstanding activity tracker, and clearly one of the best on the market.
Psychiatric health conditions and behavioral issues received greater prominence at the 2013 mHealth Summit, with presentations and panels given by prominent national researchers.
iMedicalApps sat down with Amy Cueva, founder & chief experience officer of Mad*Pow, an experience design agency specializing in healthcare. In our interview, Amy shares insider tips on how to create compelling medical apps that people will want to use.