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MyFitnessPal is one of the most popular calorie counting apps in the app store. It is linked to the MyFitnessPal website with more resources there.
Patient.co.uk is a fantastic website for clinicians to refer too. The mobile app seems to be plagued with problems and is not as useful as the website due to uncertain in-app purchases and the addition of advertisements which quite frankly ruin the credibility and appeal of any medical app.
Humetrix’s iBlueButton application has been announced the winner of the Blue Button Mashup Challenge sponsored by the Office of the National Coordinator.
Several apps are available to aid people with colorblindness, & researchers from the University of Washington may be nearing a cure using gene therapy.
Management of asthma can often be difficult for patients and parents. The fact that many individuals not possess a smartphone may be beneficial to help record and manage asthma symptoms. AsthmaSense is an app that seeks to help alert patients when to take their medications and when their asthma may be uncontrolled in order to get further help.
SpineDecide is an app that has patient friendly and easy to understand diagrams, images (MRI,CT, Xray) and explanations of common spine pathologies.
Telsano Health is announced as the winner of the Qualcomm 2Net SDK Challenge, which called upon developers to create apps which aggregate and visualize data captured via devices in the 2Net ecosystem.
Neuro Localizer is a great app for physicians and trainees to remind themselves of the various nerve pathways and how they cause neurological signs and symptoms. Medical students will also find the combination of simple user interface, clear colourful animations helpful when trying to understand the various types of nerve lesion and the basic principal of localisation.
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Researchers from the Periman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania will be presenting an abstract at this years American Heart Associations Scientific Session on how they managed to map the placement of AEDs throughout the city of Philadelphia. Over an eight week period, participants utilized the ‘My Heart Map Challenge’ App to record […]
MyKinergy, developed by Kinergy Health, was selected as the winner of the Patient Engagement Blue Button Challenge sponsored by The Advisory Board Company.