Clinicians from UMD Shock Trauma are working with the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies to integrate augmented reality into practice and education.
Best medical apps for Emergency Medicine physicians
Aum Cardiovascular has received FDA clearance for Cadence, a device that uses acoustic and ECG signals to non-invasively screen for heart disease.
The Choosing Wisely app from Consumer Reports and the American Board of Internal Medicine is a (free) must have for clinicians.
Chronic Kidney Disease Care app from the National Kidney Foundation continues the tradition of quality, handy, and free apps from that organization.
New York-Presbyterian Komansky Children’s Hospital has announced that the launch of virtual doctors visits for kids via the NYP OnDemand app.
TeamSTEPPS 2.0 pocket guide is a wonderful companion app to the AHRQ TeamSTEPPS program, which helps improve communication within the patient care team.
Deployed Medicine is the ultimate combat medicine app for military and non-military providers, featuring high quality videos and critical care guidelines.
ABG Eval by Dr Joshua Steinberg is likely the best app available on both the iOS and Android app stores for ABG interpretation.
A recent study looked at the use of Google Glass to facilitate urgent teletoxicology consults in the emergency department.
This week’s best new medical app include some popular FOAMed resources, an interesting diagnosis challenge app from UPenn, medication adherence apps, and more.
ECG Interpretation Cribsheets from AgileMD is full of outstanding content but there are some downsides. Find out if it could be helpful for you.
The IV Stroke Thrombolysis app helps speed up calculating an NIH stroke scale score, tPA dosing. Find out if it could help you.