Medical - Latest Releases
3D4Medical Releases Rehabilitation for Lower Limbs for the iPad
Apr 11, 2013 - 3D4Medical announces Rehabilitation for Lower Limbs 2.0 for iPad. This clinically relevant app for physiotherapists and healthcare professionals allows for effective visual communication with clients. It serves as an innovative patient education tool and a powerful professional reference tool for injuries, conditions and disorders. The app features interactive graphics of the body's anatomy along with clinically relevant high quality rehabilitation videos, correlated to specific injuries.
Barron's EMT Exam Review Mobile App Allows for Prepping on the Go
Apr 10, 2013 - Mobile app developer, gWhiz LLC, and leading publisher, Barron's, have teamed up to create a practical and portable learning tool for would-be emergency medical technicians everywhere. The latest educational mobile app from gWhiz, Barron's EMT Exam Review, allows users to review key material at their own pace and wherever they happen to be. With on-the-scene scenarios and multiple-choice questions revealing detailed explanations, the app is both practical and comprehensive.
medNotes, an app to help medical professionals, launches for the iPhone
Mar 13, 2013 - Patient care demands the most of a health care professional's energy, their training and their memory. Full patient loads and busy days mean that a piece of patient information can be easily forgotten or lost in the shuffle. medNotes 1.0.1 is a tool to help manage all that is demanded of medical professionals. medNotes allows the user to quickly jot down notes, add large medical terms with ease, create reminders in-line with notes to follow-up with key details, and much more.
Peow! Peow! Studios Delivers Mobile App Help for the Colorblind
Mar 04, 2013 - California based Peow! Peow! Studios today introduces The Colorblind Corrector 1.0, their new medical app for iOS. The Colorblind Corrector offers sufferers of colorblindness the ability to distinguish between colors that they are typically unable to differentiate due to their condition. The app works by isolating specific colors within the normal visual spectrum. The user simply opens the app on their device; peers through the camera, live, and sees the world in all its color corrected beauty.
Random House Launches The Pill Book All-In-One App for iPhone
Feb 21, 2013 - The Random House Publishing Group today introduces The Pill Book All-In-One App 1.0.1 for iOS. With this single app, users will be able to track medications for multiple family members, easily set up reminders, find in-depth and easy-to-understand prescription information, identify pills, and even quickly locate the closest pharmacy. The Pill Book All-In-One App includes an extensive database with over 100,000 FDA-approved medications and 18,000+ drug images.
ERres: the only emergency medicine app you'll ever need for iPhone/iPad
Feb 19, 2013 - Denali Apps LLC have announced the much-anticipated release of version 4.0 for their highly acclaimed ERres- Emergency Medicine In The Palm Of Your Hand app for both iPhone and iPad devices this past month. With nearly 20,000 downloads in the past year and a half since its initial release, ERres has been consistently ranked in the top medical apps in over 45 countries around the world. Looking at some of the new updates it is easy to see why.
Staying Alive - 3D Experience Helps Save Lives
Feb 19, 2013 - Teaching People How to Administer First Aid Using 3D Online Experience Platform. Dassault Systemes, today is proud to introduce Staying Alive 3D v1.0 for iPad. In a virtual 3D world, anyone can train and practice the potentially lifesaving techniques. Healthcare professionals, as well as the public, can visualize and train to administer first aid, in a collaborative 3D environment using the Web. This experience is aiming at helping to reduce the number of deaths related to cardiac arrest.
Attention Coumadin Users: Life-Threatening Food That's Low in Vitamin K
Feb 18, 2013 - Indie developer James Hollender's iOS universal app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, Vitamin K, has been updated to notify users about a food that's low in Vitamin K but can be life-threating to Coumadin users. The Vitamin K app allows users to easily find out how much vitamin K there is in over 900 different foods which is critical in helping keep the effectiveness of their blood thinning medications working properly.
Healthspeak Allows Users to Store and Manage Medical Charts in the Cloud
Feb 05, 2013 - Healthspek announces the launch of HealthSpek 1.0.2 for iPad, allowing everyone to store and manage medical charts, information history and more between the cloud and mobile devices. Users can securely manage their medical records, immunizations, conditions, providers and insurance, all with a swipe of the finger. For added convenience, mothers, fathers and guardians can include their family members under the same account.