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Welcome to the PainDiary App by AppDoc. This is an extremely simple and useful app. It uses mobile technology to replace the paper pain diary and adds many unique features.
If you have an iPad, you can now turn it into a complete AED simulator with pads for about $31.
Apple launches dedicated ‘Apps for Healthcare Professionals’ collection
Academy-award winning deaf actress Marlee Matlin teaches you language with her new American Sign Language app, Marlee Signs.
Gout Channel is a patient education app designed to help teach patients on the pathophysiology of gout. The app is also seeks to help address risk factors that may lead to gout exacerbation’s and how to minimize these risks. Currently the app is available on the iOS and Android OS. However, the app has several limitations, including its user interface.
Diabetes Buddy is a patient diary app developed to help record self monitored lab and vitals data in a mobile form.
iHeart Touch is a patient education app designed to teach patients about CAD and surgical intervention for treatment such as CABG and PCI.
Review of OATBook app, which is good for select, motivated patients who want to self-monitor their warfarin therapy.
Review of RemindMe for utilization as a medication reminder.
An app review of Glucose Buddy as a tool to help record blood glucose levels and communicate results with a caregiver.
Evidence Based Patient Centric App Review Series App Reviewed: HeartWise Blood Pressure Tracker for iPad (ver. 3.5.1) Last Updated: June 8, 2010 Compatibility: iPad Requires: iOS 3.2 or later Language Support: English, Spanish, German Reviewed on: iPad 2 *Note: HeartWise Blood Pressure Tracker exist for the iPhone and iPod, but as a different application which […]