A few notable posts pertaining to mobile medical applications came through my Twitter feed / Inbox recently, so I wanted to share!
The latest mobile medical application news on the industry's collective mind is the issuance of an "It has come to our attention..." letter sent to Biosense Technologies in India, essentially questioning why Biosense has not obtained 510(k) clearance for their uChek mobile application. The device is a mobile medical application for phones that takes a picture of urinalysis strips and compares the color against a standard to make a determination about the status of a patients urine. It also includes a box that controls external light to ensure better quality of the results. From a "fan" standpoint, it's an awesome device and technology. You can see it demo-ed during the TED talk given by the company's CEO.
Our third installment of the mobile medical apps series finally features a mobile medical app. This app in particular, the MediCal QAWeb Mobile app, is used to calibrate the screen of an iPad for diagnosis of medical images viewed on said iPad (both versions 1 and 2 according to the article).