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Thoughts on the iPad mini by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Apple just announced the iPad mini – a scaled down size-wise version of the iPad, which runs the same iPad apps. This is good news for medical users as this device ... Read on »
The evolution of Android by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Interesting infographic showing the evolution of Android Via: Archos from the Palmdoc Chronicles The evolution of Android Read on »
Drug and Disease search web apps updated by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The mobile phone size DrugDz and the tablet supported DrugDzHD web apps have been updated to support more Asia-Pacific MIMS searches – MIMS Indonesia, Singapore and ... Read on »
Searching for Drug and Disease information using your Tablet – new web app drugdzHD by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Iltifat Husain (editor of iMedicalApps) makes a case for Epocrates becoming irrelevant in the iPad era primarily as they don’t have an iPad optimised app. I agree that tho ... Read on »
PR6! by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Wow, I didn’t realise it but palmdoc.net now has a google pagerank of 6! I guess I must have accidentally stepped on the SEO pedal without knowing it I’m proudly adding ... Read on »
Free Medical #Android app listing updated by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Just added Neuroslice to our free medical Android app listing . Description Neuroanatomy with Interactive Slices and MRI Scans of Human Brain & Spinal Cord ... Read on »
Where can you get old Palm batteries? by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Recently a colleague in a doctors’ forum shared that he was still using a Treo 680! I thought that was amazing as my Treo 680 has long since died, though I still ha ... Read on »
Free medical iOS app listing updated: iCath #iOS by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Our free medical app listing for the iPhone/iPad has been updated with the inclusion of iCath Description iCath is a free tool available for your iOS device design ... Read on »
Care of Muslim Patients –- A Practical Guide #iOS by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Care of Muslim Patients –- A Practical Guide is a new app developed by Elsevier (Singapore) for iOS which deals with the Dos and Don’ts of caring for Muslim Patient ... Read on »
A smartphone for the health conscious by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Imagine a smartphone that goes beyond the capability of health apps but one with the sensors you need – heart rate, ECG, temperature, glucose… The LifeWatch V is a new A ... Read on »
My thoughts on the iPhone5 #iOS by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc So the iPhone5 has been announced with some great new features – larger screen size (a bit longer) yet thinner, lighter, faster speed, improved camera, LTE support. As an ... Read on »
Tablets for doctors – size matters by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Healthcare has embraced tablet usage ( Doctors’ Tablet Use Almost Doubles In 2012 ) and it is no wonder – a device with a screen bigger than a smartphone makes it e ... Read on »
iPod Teletrauma: the $229 130 million sq. ft. Trauma Room by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Dr. Rafael Grossmann Zamora is a trauma surgeon at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine. He and his team have been involved in the application of “virtu ... Read on »
New addition to the free medical #iOS (iPhone/iPad) app list: MediBabble by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Fancy a translator in your pocket for those times when you are dealing with a non-English speaking patient? I find Google Translate (for iOS and Android) pretty good for m ... Read on »
Introducing Mobilefest – a new mobile tech community by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Readers of this site would have noticed that the old Palmdoc.net forum has been disabled. It was not very user friendly and rather web 1.0-ish. I have been involved ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (IV) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Putting the final touches to the app – it needs an app icon and a splashscreen. These are defined in the Project Properties. The icon and splashscreen images must also be ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (III) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The next step is to create two other forms for the two modules in this calculator. I created frmCephalo and frmCVAI as in the image below The “widgets” used he ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (II) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Continuing from part I The first thing to to start a new NSBApp. This is covered in the NSBApp Studio Tutorial on creating a basic Hello World app. If you are new to ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (I) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc While I have been involved with moving some of the medical utilities I have previously coded with Ares for webOS over to Web apps and also lately native Android apps with ... Read on »
Epocrates Essentials – free for a limited time by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Epocrates Essentials is the premium version of the mobile app which has drug, disease, and diagnostic reference tools. Normally priced at $159, you can now get 1 year ... Read on »