The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Top Apps for Pulmonology
California-based medical health company Carrot Inc. recently announced that its Carbon Monoxide Breath Sensor System (COBSS) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with 501(k) clearance for over-the-counter use.
In primary care we see a high volume of upper and lower respiratory infections. Just last week, I evaluated an upper respiratory infection, an asthma exacerbation and a possible pneumonia vs. COPD exacerbation all in the same morning clinic. Primary care providers are constantly under fire for overprescribing antibiotics. However, some patients actually have community-acquired, […]
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
Airway EX uses high quality graphics and an engaging interface designed by game developers to help get some virtual practice with intubations.
Propellor Health continues to innovate with their smartphone connected inhaler device and is creating innovative partnerships.
Researchers from Penn Medicine have launched a new ResearchKit app for sarcoidosis that will build a digital cohort of patients with this rare disease.
Researchers combine graphene & Silly Putty, demonstrating ability to measure carotid pulse waveform and respiration using the new material.
The ResApp app has received IRB approval to start diagnosing coughs by using a smartphone’s microphone and an algorithm
In a recent study, Adherium’s smart inhaler was shown to reduce hospitalizations and acute asthma exacerbations in kids with poorly controlled asthma.
Using RedMed’s MyAir platform of apps and online tools, ResMed shows improved bipap adherence.
Smart inhalers continue to gain steam as they build a bigger evidence base and broaden compatibility with asthma & COPD medications.
A medical app that claims to help implement the new pediatric sepsis guidelines.
Free smoking cessation app packed with a variety of useful features makes it one worth sharing with patients.
If you’re developing a health app, your work doesn’t end with release. Here are some tips and pearls on managing your health app after it hits the market
Review of CF Buzz, a medical app for patients who have Cystic Fibrosis.
NYP OnDemand, from Columbia and Cornell, will provide services that include virtual consults, urgent care visits, and second opinions for patients.
We look into how you can design a medical app that uses a web server to deliver frequently updated information to your users.
COPD pocket consultant contains key medical calculators and decision tools that you can’t find in other apps.