Mobile computing devices

July/August 2015 Issue
MyMedSchedule Mobile [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The MyMedSchedule Mobile app enables patients to take an active role in managing their medications through setting reminders.

May/June 2015 Issue
Blood Glucose Tracker [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The Blood Glucose Tracker app enables patients who have diabetes to quickly and easily track their blood glucose.

March/April 2015 Issue
MyFitnessPal [SPPACES: App Reviews]

MyFitnessPal allows users to track calories, monitor progress toward weight-management goals, and gain support from an online community.

January/February 2015 Issue
VisualDx [SPPACES: App Reviews]

VisualDx is a decision support and clinical reference tool focused on skin diseases. It allows health care professionals to make dermatological differential diagnoses based on patient-specific findings, review medication-induced adverse effects, and search for specific diagnoses to determine the best management strategy at the point of care.

November/December 2014 Issue
SHOTS 2014 [SPPACES: App Reviews]

SHOTS 2014 enables health care professionals to review immunization schedules and readily answer vaccine questions at the point of care.

September/October 2014 Issue
Cardiac Risk Assessment [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The Cardiac Risk Assist app allows health care professionals to calculate 10-year and lifetime risks for atherosclerotic cardiovascular (CV) disease.

March/April 2014 Issue
Docphin [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The Docphin app facilitates mobile access to full-text content from more than 5,000 medical journals and health news stories in popular publications.

November/December 2013 Issue
ACP Immunization Advisor [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The ACP Immunization Advisor app provides mobile access to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) current adult immunization schedule and adult vaccine indications and information.

September/October 2013 Issue
iGeriatrics [SPPACES: App Reviews]

The iGeriatrics app provides clinicians with mobile access to several clinical tools useful in the care of older adults.

May/June 2012 Issue
Medical Apps: Making Your Mobile Device a Medical Device [Feature]

The article recommends a method for evaluating medical apps for handheld computers and smart phones and presents the author's list of the top 10 most important medical apps.

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