How can emergency and critical care physicians deal with information overload? Here is one answer…
Many readers have complained about superfluous prolixity on my initial post on Google Author. Here is the idiots guide (also available as pop-up audio)
Review: Apps for keeping track of resuscitation situations comparing 3 Code Apps: Full Code Pro, Code Runner and Code CPR
This week I’m taking a break from reviewing apps that educate us as doctors, and instead have decided to look at how our smartphones, and technology in general, can be used to help our patients.
At the lovely week that was #smaccGOLD I was lucky enough to get some time playing with Google Glass. Here’s what I thought…
digiDoc Pulse Oximeter is a fabulous concept. It uses your iPhone to take saturations and HR measurements.
Getting excited by testing a new beta application for the iPhone! For the first time it is possible to assess both heart rate and oxygen saturation levels using only a smartphone.
Ready, steady…listen…diagnose (in 2 seconds) – heart sound quiz from @ekodevices
A new version of MedCalc is out and we have free promo codes to give away – get in quick!
MediBabble is a translator app for clinicians to help communication with patients. Select the language, and then guide the patient through the clinical hx and exam
In this episode we take a look at how to find the apps we are after quickly (especially good quality medical apps), how we can launch apps, how we can delete them and how we can update them.
As part of TechTool Thursday, I thought it would be interesting to look at more than just app reviews. This week I interview Ian Callendar