Best Android medical apps for physicians
BIDMC has launched the MyICU app in its ICUs to enhance communication with their sickest patients and those patients’ families.
The Duke CPR app walks users without prior training through compression only CPR.
Serious allergic reactions require quick actions, whether they are happening to a child or adult. This app tries to help.
Combining health tracking with direct feedback on health impact using health data takes medication tracking apps in a new direction.
Dexcom’s new CGM skips the receiver, with the sensor sending data directly to the iPhone app via Bluetooth.
AstraZeneca partners with Adherium on smart inhaler attachments to track use, detect flairs, and support medication adherence.
Iodine incorporates patient reviews into their pharmacist written and curated drug information.
A new study looked at the quality of bipolar disorder apps and came away with concerning findings.
PulsePoint uses iPhone & Android apps to alert nearby good samaritans when there is a cardiac arrest.
Smart BP is a solid blood pressure tracking app, depending on what your patient needs
Patients are increasingly turning to the internet with medical questions. Find out if this app, for iPhone & Android, is a good tool to recommend.
Pulmonary hypertension is a complex disease – can this app help patients make sense of it?
A new study evaluating the accuracy of PoopMD in identifying acholic stools shows promising results.
A startup is developing a handheld device that combines an otosocope, stethoscope, and thermometer into one
We review SAMHSA’s Suicide Safe app, available for free on iOS and Android.
App for parents to track their kids health & prepare for well care visits
CellScope is easy to use and an overall practical add on to your iPhone.
Samsung’s vision of digital health includes research partnerships, open platforms
Psychologist Patrick Dulin, PhD explains theory & evidence behind the Step Away app
Study in PLoS One presents validation data for app designed by Japanese researchers.