The best cardiology medical apps for cardiologists
Top Apps for Cardiology
The Choosing Wisely app from Consumer Reports and the American Board of Internal Medicine is a (free) must have for clinicians.
Clinicians describe how data from a Fitbit, brought to the clinic by their patient, helped manage a difficult medical problem.
monARC Bionetworks is creating research networks for patients, who can donate their data and participate in clinical trials anywhere, anytime.
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Managing Anticoagulation in the Periprocedural Period (MAPPP) medical app helps clinicians navigate a potentially complex subject.
Current wearable devices provide relatively accurate measurements on heart rate but not energy expenditure, with the Apple Watch providing the greatest accuracy compared with 6 other devices
Japanese researchers are developing a medical app designed to aid auscultation by analyzing heart sounds, murmurs using just an external microphone
Hundreds of new medical apps hit the app stores every month. We’ve sorted through them to pick the most interesting new medical apps.
A reliable, cost-effective, and noninvasive alternative for continuous ejection fraction measurements with comparable results to cardiac MRI measurements using a modified iPhone camera
For patient populations who could benefit the most, those with chronic diseases, medical app quality is not up to par.
Directly observed therapy improves adherence to DOACs amongst AI-enabled app users
Unfortunately a large amount of “snake oil” medical apps continue to plague mobile app store.
Clinical scenario to determine if you should start a patient on statin therapy.
Researchers tested the heart rate accuracy of the Fibit Charge and Surge, Basis peak, and Mio Fuse on patients during treadmill tests.
Verily recently announced the launch of a new smartwatch called the Study Watch that will be focused on use in medical research studies.
For those physicians on Android, one of the most popular medical calculator websites, MDCalc, is finally available to download in the Google Play store.
Cardiologists with Children’s Heart Center at Stanford are virtual reality cardiology apps including Virtual Heart, Brave Heart, and 3D visualization tools.