The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
The best Neurology apps reviewed by physician editors of iMedicalApps.com.
Top Apps for Neurology
Duke University has started offering a novel treatment for phobias: virtual reality (VR) exposure therapy. Patients are interviewed and offered therapist-guided virtual reality treatments in an immersive, computer-generated environment that correspond to their particular source of anxiety. This isn’t for just any phobia, as the Duke Faculty Practice only offers environments for those with fear […]
The best new medical apps of the week include a new diabetes app, an app covering ALS, and a new HIV/HCV reference app
The Mobile.Net study, with 1,000+ patients, tested text messaging to support medication adherence in patients with mental health conditions.
The eSLUMS app is a nice addition to the App Store that brings a validated dementia screening tool to the point of care.
Researchers from several universities presented results of studies using Kardia Mobile for atrial fibrillation screening
AlzDxRx is a good, free app from a county medical foundation that attempts to put helpful tools into the hands of providers.
Clinicians describe how data from a Fitbit, brought to the clinic by their patient, helped manage a difficult medical problem.
A group of Finnish researchers are developing a virtual reality app to help seniors preserve cognition using simulating physical activity.
monARC Bionetworks is creating research networks for patients, who can donate their data and participate in clinical trials anywhere, anytime.
This week’s list features some interesting additions including a virtual reality app demonstrating new imaging technology and an app to help IV drug users reduce risky behaviors.
Smartphone Brain Scanner-2 has low sensitivity and inter-operator reliability, hampering its utility as an alternative to standard EEG in resource-limited settings
The IV Stroke Thrombolysis app helps speed up calculating an NIH stroke scale score, tPA dosing. Find out if it could help you.
Global Kinetics study to test its wearable device for management of Parkinson’s disease, on the heels of sharing insights from its current real-world data.
Directly observed therapy improves adherence to DOACs amongst AI-enabled app users
Researchers recently presented the results of an initial study of 20 patients using the SCI Health Storylines rehabilitation app.
A recent pilot study used virtual reality to help treat patients with advanced dementia, showing encouraging results.
Study using ResearchKit app and Apple Watch will collect activity data, pain scores to reduce opiate use and improve pain management.
Two UK hospitals are testing the use of a virtual reality based health tool to diagnose concussions on the sideline.
Evidation Health and Shepherd Hospital to study digital health technology in patients with neurologic disease, starting with multiple sclerosis.