Platform using nano-engineered silica glass and low power laser technology to measure blood glucose – without a single drop of blood.
Google’s aptly named Baseline Study project will attempt to map the entire physiology of a perfectly “normal” patient.
We reviewed over 1000 abstracts in search of studies using apps for self-management of hypertension as well as a host of meta-analyses, reviews, and guidelines to identify key features that we think are likely to help our patients be more successful. Here’s what we found.
Self-tracking devices will increasingly be linked to EHRs, thereby presenting clinicians with an interesting opportunity as well as challenges.
On Wednesday, iMedicalApps held a tweet chat on mobile apps and devices for self-tracking diet and exercise. The chat was a kick-off to the #mHealth chats since the holidays. Some key points from the chat were: Multiple devices currently are available with different preferences by users Apps can be useful but can require a lot […]
It’s just a few weeks into the new year – have you been keeping up with your new year’s resolution to stay fit and get healthy? Our mHealth tweet chats will be back starting next Wednesday, January 30 at 9pm ET, with an exciting chat about self-tracking fitness apps and devices. Healthcare professionals can increasingly […]
An app review of Glucose Buddy as a tool to help record blood glucose levels and communicate results with a caregiver.
Evidence Based Patient Centric App Review Series App Reviewed: HeartWise Blood Pressure Tracker for iPad (ver. 3.5.1) Last Updated: June 8, 2010 Compatibility: iPad Requires: iOS 3.2 or later Language Support: English, Spanish, German Reviewed on: iPad 2 *Note: HeartWise Blood Pressure Tracker exist for the iPhone and iPod, but as a different application which […]
AsthmaMD is a well-designed app for asthmatic patients to track their symptoms and peak flow measurements for better control of asthma symptoms.