A review of ECG CALC, an ECG learning app for interpreting ECGs.
Tag: ECG app
Though this medical app provides a comprehensive overview of ECG interpretation, it’s difficult to navigate and not safely applicable to patient care.
Electrocardiogram ECG Types is an Android app most useful for students as a learning tool, though it is unclear where information is coming from
National Public Radio (NPR) announced that Catherine Wong, a 17 year old New Jersey high school junior, won its Joe’s Big Idea competition with an mHealth innovation. The competition is a project of one of NPR Science Correspondent, Joe Palca. It focuses on examining where big ideas arise from and how something moves from an idea to a discovery.
NP’s Heart ECG Handbook attempts to educate users and even “medical doctors” on ECG interpretation, but fails miserably. Other than the nicely designed scrolling of ECG strips, there is really nothing positive about this app. Not only is limited in its ECG library, but the app is filled with confusing or even incorrect information.
A review of the ECG Notes by SkyScape for the Blackberry platform.
iMedicalApps names the best EKG app – And the winner is QxMD’s ECG Guide!
The last time iMedicalApps reviewed a range of ECG apps we decided Instant ECG by iAnesthesia was the best. Read our original review here. Two years on, the important question is whether Instant ECG is still a market leader.
ACLS Review app teaches advanced cardiac life support algorithms based on the 2010 American Heart Association guidelines using question & answers and sample ECG strips