Parent Pal is a medical app that helps tracks a child’s development through illnesses.
Tag: pediatrics app
A great platform for keeping up to date on Pediatrics literature and news.
A review of an app that provides parents with general advice on caring for toddlers
Assist Me With Inhalers is a patient centered app that instructs patients on how to use their inhaler and it will even set a reminder for them to take scheduled treatments.
Baby Care certainly can store huge amounts of information even if keeping track of our baby’s mood seems bordering on the obsessive.
An app that has the potential to improve the efficacy of prescribed inhaler treatment
If you’ve just had a baby and are looking for info or you are a caregiver and want an app to help you know more, look no further then WedMD Baby.
Pediatric development is a complicated topic and there is a lot of information out there discussing normal development. KidNorm does a fine job at collecting and organizing this wealth of information into a simple and lightweight app.
Chandler Regional Medical Center released the Guide for New Parents app in August of 2012, geared towards orienting and educating parents of their tiny patients to the strange and sometimes scary world of the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit).
by: Sumeet Banker, MD, MPH Anyone who has taken care of children knows that rashes are ubiquitous and can often be the bane of one’s practice. Children acquire rashes for seemingly everything, from benign viral exanthems to chronic systemic diseases and even acute life-threatening emergencies. Appropriate identification and treatment of skin findings in children can […]