In depth review of seven iPad stylus pens for the iPad, iPhone, and android (capacitive touch screens) — the cheapest option is potentially the best option.
The best cardiology medical apps for cardiologists
Best Android medical apps for physicians
The best free iPhone Medical Apps for Doctors, medical students, and other health care professionals.
For those wanting a brief learning experience of heart anatomy or want to use this iPhone and iPad application with patients, Heart Illustrated does a solid job. Its free cost helps makes up for the multiple user interface deficiencies of the application.
A recent inaccurate story by the popular British newspaper, The Guardian, has led many to believe the stethoscope is being replaced by an iPhone Medical App – this is very far from the truth.
Echocardiography Atlas is an app designed to help your ultrasound reading skills. The app has 250 annotated images and 189 videos – all focusing on various cardiac pathologies.
The New England Journal of Medicine iPhone app is here – and for a limited time, the content is free!
Here, we review three popular EKG interpretation apps for Android phones: EKGdroid, EKG: Advanced, EKG Calipers
Top 5 Medical Apps for the Upcoming iPad
AirStrip Technologies was founded in 2003 by Dr. Cameron Powell, an ObGyn from San Antonio TX, and his partner Trey Moore, who is the software architect behind the products. Their first product, AirStrip OB was launched in 2005 and received FDA clearance in 2006. It allows for a physician to view the real-time fetal heart […]
Review of the ECG Interpreter App, a learning tool that provides practice in interpreting a variety of ECG’s.
This app utilizes the advanced graphics of the iPhone and is a good learning tool for cardiac anatomy and physiology. The 3D manipulation of this app is similar to the 3D brain app, making it fun to use while you’re learning.