SciVerse Scopus Alerts allows users to create alerts for whole searches or individual citations. Also has the ability to mark articles as favorites for later reference
The extensive Medrills series of iOS and Android apps by ArchieMD recently caught our eye at iMedicalApps, due to their phenomenal graphics and unique approach to teaching clinical procedure skills. We recently reviewed three from the series – Army Cricothyroidotomy, Manage IV and Hemostatic Dressing.
You may have noticed that SoloHealth Stations are popping up in stores all over the country. These free interactive tools allow users to go through a few simple screening tests and answer a few health related questions to get a general health assessment.
[Ed: We are pleased to present this in-depth report on the recent regulatory changes announced by the FCC related to mHealth research by experienced FCC attorney Robert Primosch. By: Robert D. Primosch, Esq Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP. The enormous growth of medical devices that use wireless telecommunications technology – and the corresponding need to […]
A tablet application designed to quantitatively evaluate neuromuscular function is being developed. The Wyss Institute at Harvard and the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center have collaborated. They are developing the application in which the patient uses a stylus to trace a specific pattern on the screen.
Examples of how Twitter has helped me become a better doctor and enriched my personal and professional life.
Researchers have developed a drug that effectively decreases the blood alcohol level of intoxicated mice using nanotechnology.
LaunchPort’s Wireless Charging System for the iPad has great potential for the professional setting, but might be crippled by high costs and thickness
Youtube has many educational videos for patients on multiple disease states. However, a recent study looking at the cases of videos relating to anorexia, may lead to medical misinformation being spread.
John Cox is CEO of VisibleHealth and has been directly involved with drawMD since their founding in 2010. He was kind enough to take the time to talk to iMedicalApps about drawMD and other issues related to mobile technology.
The Our Journey in the Hospital app provides parents with a great resource to make sure they are prepared when their child is in a hospital.
Get excited for another #mHealth chat on Twitter at 9pm ET on Wednesday! We will be discussing what education is needed for medical students on mobile devices. Many schools are currently implementing iPads as part of the curriculum, but to what extent does this education consist of? We hope you will join us on Wednesday night as we share ideas […]