Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

April 23, 2017



An app that gets to the point

An app that identifies more than 150 myofascial trigger points

Know the water is safe to drink

A handheld, water-purification system that'll change the way you travel

A derm classic goes electronic

A big text that you can now carry in your pocket

Unlock your door with your smartphone

The new smartphone technology that's replacing house keys

Get an edge on

The Universal Sharpener by Chestnut Tools

More info, easier access

Docphin: the Best New iOS App for Medical Professionals in 2014

A bike built for you?

Buyers brace yourselves: choosing what type of bike to buy is complicated business. You best know exactly where, ...

Love at first sight

The EyesHaveIt from the University of Michigan’s Kellogg Eye Center

Gear for MDs on the mend

Dr. Cool Wrap, Ensō and Fastdraw 20 Extreme

Patient perfect

Here are five noteworthy apps that make for healthier and safer patients. Carrot Fit You enter your weight ...

A formulary that finds it fast

Looking for a smart, easy-to-use drug formulary app? The UBC Med Formulary has become a hit as quickly ...

I run. I fly. I carry-on

More airlines are operating smaller planes on longer routes. Aircraft like Bombardier’s CRJ series and the even smaller ...

Clinical games that make it fun to disagree

Introduced this January, the Prognosis suite consists of nine applications of clinical games. The games present a series ...

Quiet, the thermostat may be listening

In January, Google paid $3.2 billion for Nest. Why? The short answer is that Google wanted to get ...

Hang time

No doctor needs to be told that back pain is endemic in Canada. Estimates have it that as ...