New iPhone, Web Application Helps Assess the Aortic Valve
October 19, 2009 – iMobileHealth yesterday launched the iAorticValve Web site and iPhone application to allow doctors and patients to access and use critical aortic valve information and have it at their fingertips in a mobile form.
The application will take information spread across different sources and create a portal for connection, feedback and better health decisions. The application is designed to remove barriers and provide access to valuable and reliable health information for doctors, patients and the entire healthcare community.
Features of the iAorticValve application will include a searchable database where doctors and patients can find comprehensive information about all percutaneous, tissue and mechanical aortic valves available in the marketplace, searchable by valve name or device company. Doctors can enter specialties, specific procedures and valves they’ve used. Patients can enter their condition, procedures and other details. Both can enter contact information in order to facilitate patient-doctor connections and quick access to experts.
The application allows users to access a comprehensive listing of experts, which will also contain a searchable map of all cardiac surgeons or cardiologists, information on their experience and specialties, and contact information
The Web site includes a blog, which allows users to plug in to recent news related to aortic valves, as well as original content including articles, interviews, comments and questions.
The site also allows doctors direct access to white papers on health-related topics through pubmed.gov, a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
The iAorticValve Application will be available for download in standard version for $29, and professional version for $49. Any user can experience a free trial of the application for 48 hours prior to purchase.
For more information: www.imobilehealthcare.com
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