Out of many apps for echocardiography, we name our five favorite
Tag: apps for cardiology
Out of many apps for echocardiography, we name our four favorite
Quick reference information for digesting Echos
Here we take a look at EchoSource – an app that aims to teach the basic principles of and technique for echocardiography.
Here we look at the apps released around these major guidelines, searching for insights on how apps are being used to implement practice recommendations.
Echo Lab is an outstanding resource for anyone who interprets echocardiograms. It is additionally an excellent example of a well-designed clinical decision support tool for anyone interested in designing resources for other niche areas of medicine.
Echocardiography Atlas is an outstanding echo reference app for cardiologists, emergency medicine clinicians, intensive care physicians, and others who use or are learning echocardiography.
A seemingly random selection of calculators that includes some unusual tools but while excluding more common ones, this app still needs some work.
Unlike Pocket Guidelines, this medical app is a great resource for anyone who interprets echocardiograms.
The app contains a lot of great information for folks learning to read echo’s or who need a quick reference. Its design, however, falls short. At $9.99, I would have expected more.
With AliveInsights, patients can get reports on their AliveCor Heart Monitor tracings. Is this something a physician should recommend?
A recent study found no significant difference between remote and traditional home health monitoring and could help guide rational implementation of these systems.