Positioning of joint implants in the operating room can be tough but is a key to success. A recent study has shown than an orthopedic app could help.
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The HipScreen app was created by Shriners Hospitals for Children to help physicians with pediatric surveillance for patients with Cerebral Palsy.
This is an excellent app for learning about common spine operations.
Bonedoc by Otago Innovation Limited tries to make all orthopedic surgeons gamers before stepping into the operating room.
The CORR app is a leading example of how scientific journal content will be delivered in the future.
OrthoSensor announced plans to launch its VERASENSE Knee System in European Markets. OrthoSensor describes VERASENSE as the first integrated intelligent orthopedic device to provide surgeons with real-time quantitative data on knee implant positioning, limb alignment and soft tissue balance during total knee replacement surgery.
For those of you who didn’t catch Dr. Felasfa Wodajo’s previous review, the Clinical Orthopedic Exam (CORE) app is a multimedia source of over 250 different musculoskeletal physical exam maneuvers. It is indexed by body area in picture and text format, is comprehensive and very well referenced. It’s certainly not your average app.
mHealth Research Daily with Tim Bredrup Certain smartphone applications can provide quick assistance in the diagnosis of disease. One such example is Cobbmeter, a smartphone application designed for the measurement of Cobb angle on Apple’s iPhone. The Cobb angle measures the degree of spinal deformity which exists in a person with scoliosis. In efforts to […]
The app compiles a comprehensive list of musculoskeletal exams and injection/aspiration techniques targeted at primary care physicians
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.
A dynamic orthopedic cast that keeps track of your physical therapy and muscle healing in real time — promising to improve fracture healing time.
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.