On October 4th Blueprint Health graduated its second class of healthcare startups to a VIP crowd of VCs, entrepreneurs, and government leaders.
Now, hard study alone won’t help you see as you must train your eye in pattern recognition to distinguish all tissue samples, so it’s common practice for students to resort to atlases–which is why an Histology Atlas app is a good idea–or is it? Today we’ll take a look at an app developed by Italy-based Cansav Soft, a company founded in 2010 who develops mobile solutions for Android most of which are health related.
Now Rogers, in a paper published in the journal Science, has unveiled what he calls “transient electronics”, which are made of silicon, magnesium and silk, that can be implanted subcutaneously for a specific purpose and once they have served that purpose will automatically dissolve harmlessly into the human body.
Introduction CellAtlas is a guide to blood cell morphology that contains mini lectures and a cell image database that could prove to be useful to students. CellAtlas is a product from CellaVision, a medical technology company who develops and markets products for the health care sector. Their product line includes systems for automatic blood cell […]
Review of Fetal Weight App for obstetric care providers not having access to formal ultrasound imaging or reports, and/or an organized filing system.
With so many new apps targeting pregnant women and seeking to improve their health and the health of their fetus, a fundamental question is whether these women actually want to use cell phones for this purpose and have the necessary access to use them for this purpose. Currently, this information is not available in existing studies, although the importance of this information is fairly obvious. Researchers in Argentina and Louisiana recently collaborated to answer this question by assessing pregnant women’s access and usage of cell phones in Argentina public hospitals and clinics.
Patient Centric App Review Series App Reviewed: My Pill — Birth Control Reminder v2.3 Last Updated: June 29, 2012 Compatibility: iPhone, iPad Requires: OS 4.0 Reviewed on: iPad Goals of app review: * Is this app capably designed to remind women to take their oral contraceptive daily (or use it for other birth control method […]
1) Could you give us a brief description of HealthFusion? Sure, we like to think about HealthFusion as one of the best kept secrets in medical office-based software. We have been around for years – we started as a clearinghouse, and we still do clearinghouse work for small providers and large businesses such as Aetna […]
Orthopaedic patient education is a content filled app which orthopaedic surgeons may find useful in a clinical scenario. There are potential user interface improvements however this is minor as the app is generally well designed and useful.
Penn State University researchers have discovered a new technique for sorting cells on a chip no bigger than a dime using acoustic waves.
EM Ultrasound is a simple but comprehensive app that contains a wealth of information on bedside ultrasound that is easy to navigate and readily applicable at the bedside.
By: Iltifat Husain MD & James O’Neill MD On iMedicalApps we have been covering the convergence of medical education and mobile since the inception of this publication. Mobility is already changing the way medical education is taught in medical schools. There are now multiple medical schools that have purchased iPads for all their students. Medical […]