Oct 29, 2015 - First Draught Press today announces The Ventilator App, their new medical app for iOS devices. The Ventilator App is a clinical decision support tool designed to aid medical professionals in providing mechanical ventilation to treat patients with respiratory failure. The app was developed by William Owens, MD. Dr. Owens is a specialist in Critical Care Medicine and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.
Aug 04, 2015 - apps WOW, LLC today announces Is It Research? IRB app 1.03 for iOS, a new app that enables physicians, medical students, and researchers to easily determine if their projects are human subject research needing IRB approval. This app walks you through each step with help text to decide each question, recording answers, and includes functionality to email, text or print your results. A zoomable flowsheet with hyperlinks allow you see the entire decision tree process in a glance.
Apr 30, 2015 - BillingParadise today announces the up-and-coming release of theBillingBridge for iOS, their new business intelligence tool for medical practices. theBillingBridge promises to be full featured medical billing and revenue reporting app specifically designed to work with iOS powered devices. The application enables healthcare professionals, to interpret billing data at the micro-level and communicate in real-time with their remote billing office. It will be available on May, 15th, 2015.
Feb 23, 2015 - Vancouver based Tactus Therapy Solutions today introduces AlphaTopics 1.0 for iOS, a brand new app to help people with speech impairments communicate more efficiently and effectively. AlphaTopics is an augmentative communication app for people with unclear speech & language difficulties from different conditions. Using an evidence-based communication board combining letters & topics, slurred or unclear speakers can help their listeners understand them while using their remaining natural speech.
Feb 10, 2015 - AppWorld Studio announces that iBaby is for sale. iBaby is an iOS app that assists nursing mothers making their breastfeeding process easier. It helps nursing mothers keep track of breastfeeding sessions by recording their time, duration, and side used. Plus, the app features a reminder so mothers can watch for early hunger cues. iBaby was launched with great success in March 2014 and was given a warm welcome by customers and the specialized press.
Jan 20, 2015 - Indie software developer, Dave Cheng today announces BigMagnify 3.0.0, an update to the best magnifying glass app for iOS devices. Completely rewritten to offer the most advanced features available, version 3.0.0 adds new image enhancement filters, which improve readability by applying sharpen, invert and mono algorithms. Video stabilization keeps the magnified content readable at high magnification, while manual focusing allows the user to focus the camera with extreme precision.
Dec 09, 2014 - Appfactory today introduces MedicAll 1.1.0, their new all-in-one medical and emergency app for iOS devices. MedicAll can call for immediate help through its integrated global directory of emergency numbers. MedicAll can also notify relatives of the user's coordinates or if they need assistance through E-mail or SMS. MedicAll stores vital information about the user's medications or medical condition without compromising privacy. There is also an SOS flash signal and alarm sound feature.
Dec 03, 2014 - California based Life'n Stats today announced that MammaBaby, their popular baby data logging App for iOS devices, has reached another milestone, surpassing 10 million logs. MammaBaby provides a fully-synchronized App-Web environment to help parents record baby logs quick and easy, monitor them via interactive charts, and provide summary, data analysis and relevant parenting information. MammaBaby has also been featured by Apple as one of the best apps to help new parents.
Nov 25, 2014 - UK based Therapy Box has today released SmartHub for the iPad. The app fills a gap for many people with physical disabilities who want to be independently able to control home appliances using their preferred alternative access method. SmartHub allows those with disabilities to do those things most people take for granted by using a switch on a wheelchair or the iPad. Features include compatiblity with most Smart televisions, multiple settings to adjust the screen input and more.