Carestream Health received FDA clearance for the use of its Vue Motion medical image viewer with mobile devices such as the iPad
Best medical apps for Radiology
The PreRound Translator app has mutliple useful medical phrases and questions in over 30 languages, perfect for limited patient interviews.
The Little Blue Book app is a useful resource for finding non-clinical information for providers and patients, similar to the Yellow Pages.
Apple has made a bold attempt at categorizing medical apps in the iOS store for physicians, but unfortunately fails.
A native iOS App for the popular UpToDate reference Comes to the iPhone. Check out the iMedicalApps review.
VueMe and Mobile MIM could revolutionize how medical images are stored and shared, by allowing patients and physicians to have direct control of medical images on a cloud based service.
By: Wouter Stomp, MD IMAIOS’ mobile application is an atlas of human anatomy for iOS which we reviewed just two months ago. Although we were impressed, and in fact considered it one of the best anatomy apps in the app store, there were some key drawbacks. The app however has just received a major update […]
Last year, we reported how the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Medicine were doing a stroke trial comparing the performance of diagnostic radiology on a mobile device using the ResolutionMD app verse a standard clinical reading work station. Our article last year focused on how Health Canada, analogous to our FDA, had approved the device for medical diagnostic use. […]
Mobile MIM is the first FDA approved medical radiology viewing app. It allows physicians and providers to view CT & MRI scans on the iPad.
App Review of IMAIOS mobile, a fantastic anatomy learning reference tool for the iPhone. But some key drawbacks, such as pricing and lack of iPad support are worrisome.
OsiriX, one of our favorite DICOM radiology viewers, is finally on the iPad
Best Android medical apps for physicians