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NSB App Studio v 4.0 released by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc NSB App Studio is what I use to create my web apps (at medwebapp.com and oncopda.com ) and subsequently convert them to native Android and iOS apps with Phonegap. If you ... Read on »
New: VTE guidelines app for #android by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I’ve converted another webapp of mine, the to a native Android version. You can download the app VTE for free This app provides guidance on the assessment and m ... Read on »
Drug and Disease search for #iOS beta testing by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc My has crossed the 18,000 installation milestone. I guess many find this little app useful after all! I have started a small scale beta test for the iOS version ... Read on »
Fig. 1 – an Instagram for Doctors #iOS (III) – now on #android and the #web by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Fig. 1 is the Instagram-like app for medical professionals. Android users can now rejoice (if you have access to the US Play Store) as it is now available for free. ... Read on »
DrugDz for #iOS : Calling for beta testers by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I believe I have got DrugDz (my modestly successful app for Android – see this post ) running reasonably well on #iOS. It may be sometime before I submit it to ... Read on »
PICU Tools – reborn as a #webapp by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc For those of you who used the wonderful free medical software for PalmOS, you might remember PICU Tools , a collection of several databases and calculators for use in the ... Read on »
Drug and Diseases search app updated for #webapp, #android and coming soon #iOS by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Drug and Disease search is a continuing project of mine which originated from the old webOS version (anyone still using webOS?). It was a necessity back then as there ... Read on »
Follow us on Facebook by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc We’ve started a Palmdoc Techblog Facebook page to complement our Twitter presence to link and discuss anything interesting we find in the Mobile and Tech medical wo ... Read on »
Collaborating with medical #webapps by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc A recent response to a a post in iMedicalApps : 5 Steps to making your medical app idea a reality prompts me to make this post Btw, I must add creating apps wit ... Read on »
WCG BOINC on your Android by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Congrats to the World Community Grid Project for releasing their Android client . I’ve been a user of their Boinc client for the desktop for many years now. D ... Read on »
Frank Shann Pediatric Drug Doses revisited by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc A paediatric colleague of mine recently asked me where to get a digital copy of Professor Shann’s popular reference. She was carrying a paper reference but as she h ... Read on »
Once you’ve gone Mac, there’s no turning back by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This blogger has been a Windows user for years. My last laptop, the Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook, is actually pretty good. Boot up is quick, and turning on from sleep mode ... Read on »
Smartphone Sales Statistics Discover How Stats Are Increasing Consistently by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc This Infographic is produced by Coupon Audit (provides Finish Line coupons) and Palmdoc . Use this code to copy the infographic to your blog <br /><img ... Read on »
Things I like about #iOS7 by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Coming from an iPhone4 running iOS6 (Jailbroken), iOS7 is a big leap forward for me. There are quite a number of features now which makes the need to Jailbreak much less. ... Read on »
Using a smartphone to track patient referrals by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I am reminded to blog about a colleague of mine, a Urologist, who has a habit of keeping notes about patients referred to him in a stack of cards in his pocket. Recen ... Read on »
Google Glass for MDs III: Solving the ‘Can you come over here and look at this?’ problem by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Pristine has the right idea when it comes to using Google Glass technology, solving the age old problem of asking your colleagues for advice. We’ve built and are ac ... Read on »
My iPhone 5s review by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Last week I got my iPhone 5s and it was a timely upgrade for my trusty iPhone 4 which was getting a bit long in the tooth with a dodgy home button which had already been r ... Read on »
Mobile medical #webapps as Patient Assesment Tools by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Based on suggestions in the MedWebApp Facebook group , I have come up with webapps which function as Patient Assessment Tools . These are mobile friendly and run in the br ... Read on »
Health sensor raises more than $300K on crowdfunding site by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Angel is a health and fitness monitoring device that is open source. It has raised almost $300,000 through a campaign on Indiegogo, blowing away its initial goal of raising ... Read on »
The next frontier, attaching health sensors directly into your smartphone by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The next step in smartphone evolution is at hand with modular phone development. While a customizable phone may be beneficial for many users, it may have large implications ... Read on »