iPhone app helps doctors

Posted on April 21st, 2010 by

Canadian doctors now will be able to look at a stroke patient's brain scan and other diagnostic images on an iPhone after a Calgary research team received Health Canada approval for its software application…

 

The Resolution MD Mobile Software lets physicians view and manipulate remote medical images in high-resolution 3-D on the iPhone G3, allowing a quick diagnosis for the treatment of stroke, cardiac arrest or other emergencies. It's still undergoing clinical trials at Foothills Hospital, the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Ariz., and a couple of American universities.

 

 

Calgary Herald, by Colette Derworiz, 4/20/2010

Tags: Health IT, Health IT, iPhone app, Mayo Clinic Arizona

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