The Clarius C3 and C7 ultrasound probe connect to your smartphone or tablet via a medical app.
A useful too for anyone who performs cranial ultrasounds or use them in their practice.
Review of a free pocket ultrasound app.
Based on a popular web-based resource, TEE Standard Views app is a great example of how to use mobile devices in medical education
Echo is a commonly used tool. Find out if this app will change your practice.
Could your next referral for echo mean just wheeling in the robot?
Quick reference information for digesting Echos
Ultrasoundpaedia literally brings part of their online educational resources to the Android platform with their series of webapp-esque ultrasound apps. Vascular Ultrasound, one representing app from their series, although nicely ported to the android smartphone, but because of poor navigation design, formatting issues, and absent content compared to the Ultrasoundpaedia’s website really discourages its use.
Review of Fetal Weight App for obstetric care providers not having access to formal ultrasound imaging or reports, and/or an organized filing system.
Researchers at MIT have discovered a way to enhance skin permeability to drugs using ultrasound waves.
Over a year ago, we covered the FDA approval of Mobisante’s MobiUS ultrasound, which paired an ultrasound probe with a Windows Toshiba smartphone (which we hope to see moving to Android soon!). A recent patent filing by Sonosite, an ultrasound device maker worth over $750bn, suggests they are moving towards using tablets like the iPad with future ultrasound probes.
In a letter to the editor, Scottish physicians describe a system in which a remotely located expert assists a physician with pulmonary ultrasound using a webcam, iPhone, and Skype.