A stunning visual experience for patients, families, and physicians explaining common pediatric heart defects. Heart murmurs are exceedingly common in children — including newborns. Most murmurs are benign flow murmurs that will simply “disappear” as the child grows. However, some murmurs are the mark of serious and even life-threatening cardiac defects. During medical school, we […]
Prescribe a Helpful Resource to Your Pediatric Asthma Patients and Their Parents Asthma is one of the most common chronic conditions in children and adults with a prevalence of over 8% in U.S. children and 7% in adults. This translates to over 7 million children in the U.S. have asthma and over 26 million total. […]
GE & Boston Children’s Hospital partner to apply artificial intelligence in pediatrics, starting with pediatric brain imaging.
Researchers are testing an app to predict risk of death in kids when being discharged from hospitals in resource limited settings.
A recent study tested whether use of automated, adaptive health text messaging for pediatric obesity could help kids lose weight.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has just released a new app containing their most current guidelines for “Hospital Care for Children”
Review of the PICU Question of the Day Plus app for iPhone, aimed at Pediatricians.
A free medical app from reputable sources, the Child Protector app is an important resource.
A useful too for anyone who performs cranial ultrasounds or use them in their practice.
New partnership to drive the development and commercialization of digital health technology for kids.
PlayForward: Elm City Stores is a video game developed to help bring awareness and prevent HIV risk behaviors in adolescents.
Adjunct app A Practice of Anesthesia for Infants and Children.