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The MAGIC PICC medical app gives you useful guidelines to use at the point of care when you’re trying to decide on intravenous lines.
Many of us use iMessage to communicate with our colleagues about patients or with patients directly. But is that HIPAA compliant?
Managing Anticoagulation in the Periprocedural Period (MAPPP) medical app helps clinicians navigate a potentially complex subject.
The Davis Global Center will use a holographic theater, quarantine simulation center, and other virtual reality and augmented reality gear for clinician training.
Hundreds of new medical apps hit the app stores every month. We’ve sorted through them to pick the most interesting new medical apps.
We talked to Ryan Ribeira MD, the CEO of SimX – a startup that is bringing virtual reality and augmented reality to medical training in an innovative new way.
The AMA will work with Indian University and the Regenstrief Institute to launch a EHR training program for medical students.
A recent randomized study compared a health app for remote follow up of surgery patients to usual care.
For those physicians on Android, one of the most popular medical calculator websites, MDCalc, is finally available to download in the Google Play store.
Reflexion Health offers a unique, FDA-cleared Virtual Exercise Rehabilitation Assistant (VERA).
The EBMcalc Statistics app gives physicians quick access to evidence based statistics.
Researchers combine graphene & Silly Putty, demonstrating ability to measure carotid pulse waveform and respiration using the new material.
Heart surgeons in Florida are using Google Cardboard to help plan complex surgeries for infants with congenital heart disease.
Cedars-Sinai recently announced a new study in the works using virtual reality (VR) for pain management in hospitalized medical and surgical patients.
Stanford has launched another ResearchKit medical app, called VasTrac, for patients with peripheral artery disease.
Extensive review of the key health apps to prescribe to patients based on their disease pathology and their health needs.
Researchers used the Buckingham Virtual Tympanum app to see if they could improve how medical students learn about ear pathology.
This radiology learning app tests how quickly you can interpret imaging.
Medable’s Axon will enable clinicians & researchers to build their own ResearchKit apps without writing a single line of code.