Over 100,000 Downloads - What's Next for this Great Medical App?

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[prMac.com] Taos, New Mexico - "Arrhythmias" is a medical app for iOS devices. "Arrhythmias" helps to diagnose and treat very complicated medical problems, allowing medical practitioners to make quick, informed, peer-reviewed decisions that are in line with the standards of care. Regularly listed in the Top 100 Medical App and in the "What's Hot" and "New and Newsworthy" sections of iTunes, all information within Arrhythmias is cited with links to original and compiled research. The app already has OVER 100,000 total downloads! It's hot, get it now!

The application, one of many put out by developers at Abe Balsamo & Co., is currently listed in the Top 100 Medical Apps. With over 40 reviews in iTunes, and numerous others online, the application has been called "The Best of It's Kind".

The first application of it's kind, "Arrhythmias", has already been downloaded more than most other medical applications in the Apple Store. It is inexpensive and high quality, with an intuitive display and easy to use format. There are no "extra clicks", which allows for fast access, needed at the bedside during medical "codes" and life-threatening events. The application is updated regularly and strives to only provide relevant, informative, and even, life-saving medical information.

The app is meant to be simple, easy to use, and lend itself to use at the bedside. References are found quickly and all are high quality, peer reviewed.

The Developer, Abe Balsamo, is a full-time Emergency Medicine Practitioner. Arrhythmias are common in the Emergency Medicine setting and being able to recognize them and treat them quickly is crucial. This app has NO WASTED CLICKS, allowing for easy recognition and standard treatment of most arrhythmias.

The application is updated regularly, new rhythms are added and references are re-checked for completeness.

"We are eager to help medical practitioners make quick, informed, peer-reviewed decisions that are in step with the standards of care. We hope to provide affordable ($0.99) peace-of-mind to doctors, PAs, and NPs, in addition to EMS professionals, when making decisions at the bedside or even in an ambulance.

Abe Balsamo & Co. provides easy-to-use products that help to prevent medical errors; errors that could potentially hurt or even kill a patient. All information within our Apple-based iPhone app is cited with links to original and compiled research.

"Clear, concise explanations of the essentials of Arrhythmias and findings on electrocardiograms. A great app for those working in all areas of medicine, especially those taking good care of patients with heart problems," says Armando Sanchez of the University of New Mexico, Department of Electrophysiology Cardiology.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 10.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Arrhythmias 1.8.9 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Medical category.

Located in Taos, New Mexico, Abe Balsamo & Co. is a small, niche firm intent on providing point-of-care applications for medical providers. This small company has writers, editors, programmers, and doctors on the board of directors. Copyright (C) 2012 Abe Balsamo & Co. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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