Hundreds of new apps hit the app stores every week. We’ve sorted through them to pick the best medical apps for doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers. You can find our previous picks here. And see what apps we thought were noteworthy in 2017. Rad Rounds UIP to IPF This peer-reviewed app is designed for radiologists and pulmonologists […]
Tag: apps for surgeons
An app that lets surgeons share their operating room preferences
Bonedoc by Otago Innovation Limited tries to make all orthopedic surgeons gamers before stepping into the operating room.
The MedTube medical app was developed by two surgeons with the goal of creating a database of medical related videos that have educational value.
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A useful app for surgeons which provide another option for communication during consultations, or for medical education purposes.
An app that can be utilized by interns and medical students alike, to help ease the transition into the world of surgery
The built in sensors and communication capabilities of the iPad could lead to new types of assistive surgical instruments that could make the iPad a game changer in the operating room. The iPad could be brought directly into the operative field in a small sterile bag where the touch interface makes it possible to change settings even using gloved hands.
The Surgical Intern Survival Guide attempts to ease the learning curve for surgical interns, a goal it does accomplish despite some unfortunate flaws.
An interview with Matt Ockendon, orthopaedic surgeon, app developer whose medical apps highlight how medical mobile technology can be successfully integrated into modern healthcare workflows.
This app contains a wealth of information related to emergencies in clinical surgery and would make a useful addition for any healthcare professional interested in surgical emergencies. Despite the omission of elective surgeries, this app is still worth a look as a comprehensive reference handbook for surgical emergencies.
The flexibility and ubiquity of smartphones has made them a natural platform for app developers targeting surgeons – among the most mobile of physicians. In this survey, iMedicalApps looks at apps currently available for surgeons.