Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Jun 30, 2014 | Comments 0
There are a few iPhone and iPad apps available as free downloads today (June 30). Take full advantage of this generous offer while they’re free!
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Jun 09, 2014 | Comments 0
There are a few iPhone and iPad apps available as free downloads today (June 9). Take full advantage of this generous offer while they’re free!
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | May 21, 2013 | Comments 0
Health & Parenting, a leading independent developer of healthcare and family-related mobile applications for expectant parents, has launched its ‘must-have’ pregnancy essentials app, Pregnancy week to week for iPad, available now on the App Store.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Nov 28, 2012 | Comments 0
Did you know that eight percent of men and one percent of women have red-green color blindness? Approximately 10 million Americans and 284 million people worldwide have difficulty distinguishing red and green colors but many don’t realize they are color blind. In addition, many children with color blindness are frequently misdiagnosed with learning disabilities until they are an adult.
Posted by Mike Lata | Apr 29, 2012 | Comments 0
Stress Shifter Pro is an app that was released earlier in the month based on relieving stress and feeling relaxed. The app is available on the App Store for $2.99 although there is a free version available to try out as well. It is unfortunately not universal and exclusive for iPhone right now.
Posted by Adam | Jul 29, 2011 | Comments 0
KenigArt today introduces EYE Care HD 8 v1.0, their new medical application for for iPad and iPad 2. Developed specifically for doctors, nurses, and health care professionals alike, EYE Care HD serves as a professional level medical eye diagnostic app with 8 built-in charts with tests. For use in physical exam or triage, EYE Care HD uses the amasing iPad HD display to provide a professional tool and instrument for eye diagnostic at hospitals, schools, universities and more.
Posted by Adam | Jul 07, 2011 | Comments 0
New York based SayMedicine announced the update of their popular Medical Pronunciations application for iOS. Version 2.0 of Medical Pronunciation features over 8,000 audio pronunciations and a new feature that allows users to record and add new words instantly. SayMedicine is a quick reference tool allowing users to listen to pronunciations of challenging complex medical terms and instantly research the term online. The built in browser allows for easy look up on Wikipedia, eMedicine and Google.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 27, 2011 | Comments 0
Jackson, Missouri – E/M Code Check, a physician created medical coding application, presents complex medical documentation rules in a clear, concise format has been updated. The application helps physicians understand medical documentation rules to ensure proper payment for the medical services actually delivered. Information needed to document a patient encounter can be reviewed in just 3 screen taps on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Posted by Press Releases | Feb 25, 2011 | Comments 0
Stratford, Connecticut – Announcing that The New Medical Product Server, LLC, the developer of Medical Devices, has just released the latest update Medical Devices Pro 1.1 for iPad which let users access comprehensive information about medical devices from key manufacturers, and they allow manufacturers draw immediate attention to their latest products. The true genius behind this one of a kind app is that users can upload medical scans. Their images are converted on the fly, and downloadable to be viewed on their devices.
Posted by Press Releases | Nov 02, 2010 | Comments 0
Seattle, Washington – Announcing that Clinically Relevant Technologies, the developer of CORE – Clinical ORthopaedic Exam, has released an update to bring an optimized version of CORE to iPad users who perform clinical examinations to diagnose musculosketal problems. This app which has consistently remained in the iTunes Medical Top 50 Grossing App category, now lends itself better to medical academia with the ability to project overhead video content from within the app. The application contains thorough, evidence-based content that is presented in text and video form to illustrate step-by-step test maneuvers. CORE also provides test result indications and peer medical reference reviews, along with PUBMed reference links.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 26, 2010 | Comments 0
Seattle, Washington – Clinically Relevant Technologies today released their Mobile Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (OMT) app suite for clinicians using the Android platform, following the successful release of their iOS version. The developers faced challenges in trying to create a quality application on par with the iOS version, to include overcoming the Android Markets very small application size limit for the many high quality videos embedded in the app. With nearly 150 techniques and high quality video, this series aims to lead the change in clinical education delivery.
Posted by Press Releases | Oct 19, 2010 | Comments 0
Seattle, Washington – Announcing that Clinically Relevant Technologies, developers of medical applications for smartphones, have released a new suite of apps for clinicians who use manual therapy to treat musculosketal problems. This comes amidst a global push to implement smartphone and mobile tablet devices at medical education centers, hospitals, and clinics, along with an industry shift from textbooks to electronic platforms.
Posted by Jake Wright | Jul 24, 2010 | Comments 0
Encycloweedia is the world’s first hand-held medical marijuana user’s guide, designed specifically for the iPhone! The developers have cultivated information from all over, conducted interviews, compiled data and put it all into one convenient App that you can take anywhere, no connection required.
Posted by Press Releases | May 27, 2010 | Comments 0
Henderson, Nevada – SigmaPhone LLC today announced that one of their medical App, FDA Drugs, is honored by medical community in a scientific article on the May, 2010 issue of “Clinical Infectious Disease” published by University of Chicago Press.
Posted by Press Releases | May 12, 2010 | Comments 1
Henderson, Nevada – Since its official launch in January, SigmaPhone LLC’s medical app, “iPharmacy -The Drug and Medication Guide” becomes one of the most popular medical apps and is currently ranked as No.1 Paid Medical App on Apple App Store. Downloads topped 40,000 copies in less than four months. iPharmacy was also featured in numerous websites and newspaper as one of the most useful medical apps.
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 21, 2010 | Comments 0
Austin, Texas – Plerts, Inc. is proud to announce the release of Plerts 1.0 for the iPhone, iPod touch, and Facebook. Plerts is a personal alert service focused on accessibility, real-time location, and privacy for medical and personal safety. Plerts is built around the concept of a “social safety net” which is a customized list of contacts that will simultaneously receive your alert via email, SMS, or even over Facebook and/or Twitter.
Posted by Jake Wright | Apr 09, 2010 | Comments 0
Medical Lab Tests offers you short and concise information including normal lab values of the most common clinical laboratory tests
Posted by Press Releases | Apr 01, 2010 | Comments 0
Redondo Beach, CA – Nearly one in eight residents of this country speak a language other than English at home, according to the last US Census. Hospitals and emergency rooms are often filled with patients that can’t communicate with medical personnel, leaving both patients and hospitals exposed to many avoidable risks.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 30, 2010 | Comments 0
Mogeneration’s Carter’s Encyclopedia of Health and Medicine makes its first debut on the iPad, before print and iPhone editions hit the stores. This app, made to feel like a real an actual medical encyclopedia has over 12,000 entries equal to 1,800 pages worth of material. Go to iPadmodo for details.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 26, 2010 | Comments 0
Redondo Beach, California – According to US Census, some 37 million Americans five years of age 5 and older – nearly one in eight residents of this country – speak a language other than English at home, which means that hospitals and emergency rooms are often filled with patients that can’t communicate with the medical personnel.