OBBiometrics provides a simple, easy to use calculator for various methods of estimated gestational age and Hadlock fetal weight more>>
OBBiometrics provides a simple, easy to use calculator for various methods of estimated gestational age and Hadlock fetal weight. Included methods are Crown Rump Length (CRL), Head Circumference (HC), Biparietal Diameter (BPD), Abdominal Circumference (AC), and Femur Length (FL). The Hadlock fetal weight method is based on equations which utilize combinations of HC, BPD, AC, and FL.
Note: This application is intended for informational use only and should not dictate or imply any medical advice or course of treatment. The data and calculations used in the above methods of estimated gestational age and Hadlock fetal weight are based on one interpretation of data and statistics, whereas other versions and opinions could be considered.
Now available, the Blausen Pediatric Atlas provides a comprehensive set of pediatric-related 3D animations, detailing 51 conditions and procedures more>>
Now available, the Blausen Pediatric Atlas provides a comprehensive set of pediatric-related 3D animations, detailing 51 conditions and procedures. Whether pediatric specialist, general practitioner, student or consumer, this is an ideal resource for communicating core concepts, right in the palm of your hand and right at point of care. Derived from the Blausen Medical award winning, worlds largest medical animation library, the animations (each approximately 1-2 minutes in length) serve as an ideal starting point for patient understanding.
\"A must have for healthcare providers... Quite simply, we found the videos to be brilliant... A vast library of medical information... the Medical Glossary is a great feature.\" Mobihealthnews
NOTE: It is strongly recommended that if you have previously purchased any Blausen Medical Atlas app, be sure to use the \"In App Purchase\" option within that app for purchasing additional Blausen Atlases. The content is the same and you will avoid being charged twice.
NOTE: REQUIRES INTERNET (WI-Fi OR 3G) CONNECTION.
Used as a complement to academic learning tools, the app can accelerate and reinforce understanding and comprehension of pediatric-related conditions and procedures.
In addition to the 51 pediatric-related 3D animation videos, the new Blausen Pediatric Atlas includes:
- 360 degree rotatable 3D Human Figures showing nine full body systems, e.g. circulatory, muscular, nervous, etc.
- Searchable medical glossary, cross referenced to the pediatric-related animations, images and definitions
- Detailed still images derived from the animations
- Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia
- Acute Myeloid Leukemia
- Allergic Rhinitis
- Cochlear Implants
- Congenital Heart Disease
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Down Syndrome
- Ear Pressure
- Ear Tubes
- Fetal Development
- Gestational Diabetes
- Hearing Test
- Hodgkins Lymphoma
- Inguinal Hernia
- Liver Cancer
- Lyme Disease
- Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
- Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma
- Otitis Media
- Prenatal Heart Circulation
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Upper Respiratory Infection
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Valvular Regurgitation
- Yeast Infection
As a mobile means of patient education, the Blausen Pediatric Atlas has no equal in information quality, scientific accuracy or ease of use. It is a dynamic way to help alleviate fears and concerns by simply explaining and showing, in 3D animation, the basic anatomy and physiology as it relates to pediatric-related conditions and treatments. In the hands of professionals, students or consumers, it is an educational tool that goes well past static illustrations, bringing core concepts to life and accelerating understanding.
Coming soon: Additional individual atlases (15 total) and language versions (13 total)
Portions of this application developed by CodeMorphic.
ObstetricsAlmanac a complete guide to the pregnancy and obstetrics. It contains full information on such lines as: physiology,human embryogenesys, pathology of pregnancy, fetal disease, perinatal more>>
ObstetricsAlmanac a complete guide to the pregnancy and obstetrics. It contains full information on such lines as: physiology,human embryogenesys, pathology of pregnancy, fetal disease, perinatal infection, eponymous, treatment, medication and surgery. Designed for physicians such specialties as: gynecologist, obstetrician, therapist, physician, student doctors, all specialities, nurses and people simply interested in this topic.
The Application contains a vast array of information, more than 120 images, pictures, charts, X-rays, and much more. User-friendly interface and easy to understand the scheme enables you to easily get information.
ObstetricsAlmanac is another product created by a team of specialists iMedAppsTeam specializing in medical applications.
Knowledge of the pregnancy and obstetrics requires physicians of all specialties as pregnancy disease occur in all sections of medicine.
The BabyTron Handset stands out as an informative and highly entertaining non-medical handheld device that offers both expectin... more>>
The BabyTron Handset stands out as an informative and highly entertaining non-medical handheld device that offers both expecting and non-expecting parents a sequential, day-by-day, en sac view of a pending infant from the time of biological conception up to the point of full term and birth.
BabyTrons intuitive touch design allows for swift setup and automated operation:
After tapping the Viewer Setup button, one simply enters a provisional Baby Name with the iPhone keyboard, scrolls up an Official Pregnancy Date with the easy-to-use Date Picker, and then finalizes the setup by invoking the Select Pregnancy Date pushbutton.
... To ascertain your Official Pregnancy Date, please refer to your physician or medical professional for such information. If such date information cannot be swiftly or handily accessed, you can enter, if noted, the first very day of the last menstruation period as a provisional pregnancy date. As another resource, the World Wide Web offers one an interminable number of pregnancy date calculators that can accurately compute an official pregnancy date.
... The user always can replace an entered provisional pregnancy date with one that includes more medical accuracy and precision.
After entering the Setup Data, one simply switches back to the main viewer by tapping the Return to Viewer button. The viewer will display a rendering of an en sac baby that corresponds both to the entered pregnancy date and the current calendar date. BabyTron automatically stores the pending baby name and date information whenever the user exits the application, and then restores the same at the following session.
As each real-time calendar day advances throughout the pregnancy term, the BabyTron Handset, upon invocation, automatically displays the appropriate prenatal view rendering for the current calendar date.
The user also enjoys the option of viewing the entire nine-month fetal cycle, week-by-week, simply by tapping upon the Full Cycle button. Each rendering from Week 1 up to completed term will play back in swift sequential order, offering the user a time-elapsed view of prenatal activity.
Easy on the eyes and easy to navigate, the BabyTron Handset serves as an effective blend of form and function that offers every expectant parent an immediate and informative perspective on a pending birth event. Share the renderings with friends and family ... youll soon find that everyone will want regular updates on your pending miracle from BabyTron.
Caveat: Please note that the non-medical and artistic prenatal renderings presented by BabyTron for a given date in no manner can actually depict the actual physical conditions taking place within a womans womb, giving the wide array of varying factors that determine each individual pregnancy. Any physiological information pertaining to your specific pregnancy should be obtained from your physician or medical professional.
DueDateCalc is a fully-functional Obstetric calculator designed to calculate due dates and current gestational age. This progra... more>>
DueDateCalc is a fully-functional Obstetric calculator designed to calculate due dates and current gestational age. This program is written by a practicing OB!
Using DueDateCalc, you will be able to calculate due dates and current Gestational Age based on Last Menstrual Period, Conception Date, UltraSound Date/Gestational Age, and Estimated Date of Confinement.
*** THIS CALCULATOR ACCOUNTS FOR LEAP YEARS (unlike some other due date calculators) ***
You also get the ability to play "what if" by changing the "As of Date" back or forward as well as the ability to back-calculate the other key dates by "Locking EDC".
Finally, an Estimated Fetal Weight table is included so you can see EFWs in grams or pounds/ounces based on current gestational age.
This has everything a practicing OB could need in a Due Date Calculator!
If you would like the ability to track ALL of your OB patients, see my other program: OB Patient Tracker, also available on the iTunes App Store!!
This program is designed to help the busy Obstetrician (or other Womens Healthcare Provider) keep track of his or her OB Patient List more>>
This program is designed to help the busy Obstetrician (or other Womens Healthcare Provider) keep track of his or her OB Patient List. This app was written by a practicing OB/Gyn!
The program will allow you to keep a list of all your OB patients sorted by name or Estimated Gestational Age (EGA). Each patient is color-coded by trimester of pregnancy with easy-to-see indicators for patients who are Due, Impending or Post Dates.
Every patient file will store each of 4 dating criteria including: Last Menstrual Period (LMP), Conception Date (CD), Ultrasound/Gestational Age (US) and Estimated Date of Confinement (EDC). The selected final dating criteria is displayed. Gravidy and Parity as well as notes on each patient are also stored. The due date calculator included will even allow \"what if\" calculations based on future or past dates.
An Estimated Fetal Weight Table (EFW) is also included to display a growth percentiles by gestational age.
A quick Due Date Calculator for on-the-fly calculations is included for
calculations when cross covering patients (see my program DueDateCalc, also for sale in the AppStore!).
Overall Statistics on your patient list is a finger click away: displaying how many patients are due or are impending or post dates. The number of patients by trimester is presented as well as number of patients due by month.
A bonus weight converter is included as well to help you calculate pounds/ounces from grams or vice-versa.
This version includes a utility for backing up your data file to your PC or Mac.
In order to comply with HIPPA, I strongly encourage you to set a PIN on your phone to be required immediately upon turning on your phone!
On your iPhone go to Settings -> General -> Passcode Lock --> Require Passcode --> Immediately. No one without your code can access anything on your iPhone including your patient list or any other sensitive data you might have stored.
REMEMBER: UPGRADES ARE ALWAYS FREE!
A dental drill is like a hobby rotary tool on steroids. Its shrill whine can make grown men want to run away, crawl under a table and curl up into the fetal position more>>
A dental drill is like a hobby rotary tool on steroids. Its shrill whine can make grown men want to run away, crawl under a table and curl up into the fetal position. If youre like us, situations like this make you think: \"Thats just awful. How can I harness this power for my own benefit?\"
Our dental drill, using real-life sound samples, starts off with a menacing whine as the long, needle-like drill bit spins up. As the phone is tilted, the pitch builds to a shrieking fury until the drill is level, at which point the whine is punctuated by the piercing squeal of the bit making contact.
Kids, think of Dentist Drill as an adult repellent. Most of them have learned to hate that sound. Wont bother you a bit. Its like the opposite of those devices that make teenager-repelling noises.
If youre an adult, you might be able to use Dentist Drill to desensitize yourself to that hideous sound. Good luck with that.
New Update! Shards of broken teeth now spray from drill bit on contact.
This application is related to the latest Pregnancy News & Obstetrics News articles published daily. Includes news on prete... more>>
This application is related to the latest Pregnancy News & Obstetrics News articles published daily. Includes news on preterm births, prenatal exposure to drugs, foods and toxins, fetal monitoring and complications during pregnancy, labor and child birth. This is an RSS based application.
A simple application to allow pregnant women to count the number of fetal kicks, swooshes, and other movements in a one hour period, an often recommended procedure more>>
A simple application to allow pregnant women to count the number of fetal kicks, swooshes, and other movements in a one hour period, an often recommended procedure.
Simply load the application and tap the \"foot\" when you feel the first movement. The countdown timer will tell you when the hour is up. If you exit the program while the timer is running, the programs icon will tell you how many kicks youve felt, and the countdown will resume (taking into account the duration it was not running).
A running log tells you the date and time you started each countdown, and the number of kicks you felt.
You can email the log to whomever you wish using your devices email application.
This software should not be used or relied upon in any way for medical purposes, and should be used only under the supervision of a physician or medical practitioner. It should not be used as a substitute for prenatal care by an appropriate medical practitioner, and you should seek the guidance of such a practitioner in connection with your pregnancy.
A reliable Contraction Tracker, with combined Fetal Kick and Movement Counter. Two useful products in one for your pregnancy! Congratulations on your pregnancy, we wish you all the best! This more>>
A reliable Contraction Tracker, with combined Fetal Kick and Movement Counter. Two useful products in one for your pregnancy!
Congratulations on your pregnancy, we wish you all the best!
This application provides several simple to use tools, all designed as aids for certain key points as your pregnancy progresses. Our focus was to make the tools as simple and easy to use as possible, knowing that the times when you use them will involve distractions and quite possibly painful episodes too.
- Fetal (foetal) Kick/Movement Counter.
Use on a daily (or as frequently as you like!) basis to monitor your babys kicks and movements. Your doctor knows best for your specific condition, but as a rule of thumb you should be able to discern 10 noticeable movements within a 2 hour window. This tool will allow you simply to keep track over those movements to help you ensure all is well. You can browse out to check your email, or change your music playlist while you monitor, and the counter will keep track right where you left off.
- Contraction Interval/Duration Timer.
With just a single button tap required to indicate the start and end of your contractions you will be able to track your progression towards true labor without having to cope with complicated functions as you are most likely distracted by more important pains and feelings.
Again, your doctors know best for you, but the well known 5-1-1 rule (contractions occurring 5 minutes apart for a sustained duration of 1 minute for an hour) is the kind of contraction monitoring you will most likely be asked to perform. In addition to tracking both the intervals between, and durations of contractions, this tool will also allow you tor track the intensity of the contractions too. Simple counters display all the figures you need, and include session averages as well as a graphical representation of whether or not you are trending nearer to your goal or not.
See all the data youve recorded for each session in a single dedicated screen, graphically representing times, trends and intensities for each contraction and interval.
- Hospital To Do Checklists.
Save having to worry about those little things you may forget when the time comes to make your way to the delivery ward. Our quick checklists list the most useful items to take to make the whole delivery process as smooth as possible. Separate sections show individual lists for the mum to be, her partner, the baby, and any siblings who are about to get a new brother or sister too.
A bit of background:
The member of our team who wrote this application, was doing so primarily for his wife. She is currently entering her second trimester, and they are expecting their second child. They are excited about the coming months, and being able to use this tool for themselves too! This time she wont need to be scribbling on bits of paper to keep count, like she did last time around!
A quick look forward:
We will continue to actively develop this application, and already have plans in motion for several exciting additions to the tool in upcoming releases. In the meantime, we encourage your feedback on any features you would like to see us add (or change) for future versions that would make it even more useful and simple to use.
*** An hotfix for the data entry problem on iPad has been submitted to the App Store and should be available soon! *** This app will calculate an estimate of fetal weight, given one or more of the more>>
*** An hotfix for the data entry problem on iPad has been submitted to the App Store and should be available soon! ***
This app will calculate an estimate of fetal weight, given one or more of the standard biometric parameters measured during an ecography. Input the babys AC (Abdominal Circumference), FL (Femur Length), BPD (Biparietal Diameter) and HC (Head Circumference), or a mix of the, and you will get up to 27 different estimates, based on well-known formulas. An average value based on all the previous formulas is also displayed.
The app will also calculate the expected delivery date, gestational and fetal age, trimester start dates and the expected values for AC, FL, BPD and HC at a given date.
All the results can be sent via email for later reference.
Normal fetal biometry charts are also include for gestational weeks 14-40, and current biometry values are superimposed on the charts, to easily allow checking them against expected values.
Please rate and review this app if you like it!
Capture your incredible journey through pregnancy with iPregnant! From the creators of iPeriod - the #1 menstrual tracking app in iTunes! Inspired by our loyal iPeriod users, Winkpass Creations, Inc more>>
Capture your incredible journey through pregnancy with iPregnant!
From the creators of iPeriod - the #1 menstrual tracking app in iTunes!
Inspired by our loyal iPeriod users, Winkpass Creations, Inc. brings you iPregnant so that you may record and track your incredible journey through pregnancy!
? Calculate your DUE DATE based on your last menstrual period
? Record daily NOTES and SYMPTOMS (see list below)
? View beautiful 3D ultrasound images (weeks 10-38)
? View and associate PHOTOS with dates
? Browse last years most popular 1000 BABY NAMES
? Summary screen displays CURRENT WEIGHT, TIME REMAINING and approximate BABY SIZE, and more!
? TRACK and email your favorite baby names
? EXPORT data as email attachment
? Useful for DOCTOR\"S appointments
? PASSWORD protection (go to settings to activate)
? DISCREET name appears under icon (iPr) is displayed on your iPhone.
On each calendar day, you may record the following:
? Freeform notes
? Mood (29 to choose from!)
? Mothers weight
? Fetal movement
? Doctors appointment
? Photo was taken today (and see it too)!
? 4 custom symptoms (headache, backache, indigestion, fatigue, etc.)!
? Love connection
iPregnants beautiful VISUAL CALENDAR makes it easy for you to view your pregnancy entries at a glance... complete with emoticons, icons symbolizing notes, mothers weight, fetal movement, doctors appointments, sickness, photos, and your personalized symptoms.
To go to NOTES screen:
Double-tap any day on the calendar.
3D ultrasound images are courtesy of WINDOW TO THE WOMB. http://www.windowtothewomb.co.uk/
Read more at http://www.winkpass.com/ipregnant.html
*** REQUIRES OS 3.0 or higher! ***
Please send us feedback. We update our apps regularly and count on our customers to help us make our apps the best out there!
To view an icon legend, go to Settings/Icon Legend or visit our website.
Setting Fires Kate Wenner Scribner January 9 2002 Kate Wenners groundbreaking reporting at 20/20 on issues such as Fetal ... more>>
January 9 2002
Kate Wenners groundbreaking reporting at 20/20 on issues such as Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Adult Attention Deficit Disorder led to new national awareness and legislation. She is also a print journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine as well as in The Village Voice. Ms. Wenner lives in New York City with her husband and their two children.
The Iceberg Reader revolutionizes the reading experience, making it easier than ever to browse, buy and enjoy books.
- Attractive interface provides a natural reading experience with full pagination.
- Table of Contents incorporates one click navigation.
- Vertical and horizontal page orientation.
- Adjust font size with a pinch, text reflows automatically.
- Search the text within a book.
- Create margin notes with user notation.
About Simon & Schuster
Simon & Schuster, a part of the CBS Corporation, is a global leader in the field of general interest publishing, dedicated to providing the best in fiction & nonfiction for consumers of all ages, across all printed, electronic, & audio formats. Its divisions include Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing, Simon & Schuster Childrens Publishing, Simon & Schuster Audio, Simon & Schuster Digital, & international companies in Australia, Canada, & the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.simonsays.com.
ScrollMotion, creator of the Iceberg Reader, is a content technology company based in downtown New York City. For more information, visit www.scrollmotion.com.
If you have any technical problems please email us at email@example.com before you post a review.
As an expectant Mother, nothing is more important than protecting your unborn child. Protect your baby by being informed. If yo... more>>
As an expectant Mother, nothing is more important than protecting your unborn child. Protect your baby by being informed. If you are considering taking any medication during your pregnancy, you should be aware of the risk category assigned to your medication.
With PREGNANCY and DRUG SAFETY LITE, you can check your medications Pregnancy Category as determined by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. FDA approved prescription medications are typically assigned a category (A,B,C,D or X).
Category A: Adequate and well-controlled studies have failed to demonstrate a risk to the fetus in the first trimester of pregnancy (and there is no evidence of risk in later trimesters).
Category B: Animal reproduction studies have failed to demonstrate a risk to the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women OR Animal studies have shown an adverse effect, but adequate and well-controlled studies in pregnant women have failed to demonstrate a risk to the fetus in any trimester.
Category C: Animal reproduction studies have shown an adverse effect on the fetus and there are no adequate and well-controlled studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.
Category D: There is positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience or studies in humans, but potential benefits may warrant use of the drug in pregnant women despite potential risks.
Category X: Studies in animals or humans have demonstrated fetal abnormalities and/or there is positive evidence of human fetal risk based on adverse reaction data from investigational or marketing experience, and the risks involved in use of the drug in pregnant women clearly outweigh potential benefits.
- Users can bookmark favorite drugs for convenient access.
- Users can email pregnancy-related drug category information.
Information is updated at least once per week (including the addition of newly approved drugs) until the end of 2010.
The information on this application is not intended as a substitute for the advice and care of your doctor or other health-care provider. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions about exposures during pregnancy and lactation, and before you take any medications.
Pregnancy & Drug Safety Lite is brought to you by FDAble LLC, a central repository for health-related information.
FDAble LLC is not affiliated with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration.
The stethoscope is a device used for listening to sounds produced by the body. Specifically the heart, lungs, intestines, and b... more>>
The stethoscope is a device used for listening to sounds produced by the body. Specifically the heart, lungs, intestines, and blood flow through arteries and veins. It is also used to listen to the sounds from a developing fetus.
The stethoscope can also be used to detect leaks in plumbing, listen for rodents in walls, automotive diagnostics, vacuum leaks, remote listening and recording, or as a hearing aid.
Be certain you understand the system requirements before purchasing. Read instructions below on how to use your iPhone or iPod touch as a stethophone.
Best results are achieved with an iPhone. You can achieve good results with the iPod touch 2nd generation using an external microphone, but extreme care is required.
- Annotate - keep written notes about the recording
- Amplify up to 32 times
- Fine tune volume
- Track multiple patients or projects
- Fetoscope (fetal stethoscope)
- Mechanics stethoscope
- Leak detection (plumbing, vacuum)
- Hearing aid
- Remote listening and recording
- Tax deduction (deduct your iPhone as a medical tool :)
- Remote diagnosis and teaching
- Headphones or earbuds
- iPod touch requires an external microphone
1. Connect external headphones or earbuds
- The headphones or earbuds must NOT have an integrated mic
2. Press the iPhones mic directly against the subjects skin near the heart.
3. Touch the "Listen" button
4. Carefully increase the amplification.
- Highest recommended setting is 8x
- Fine tune amplification using the volume slider
5. Move the mic to locate the heartbeat
6. After locating the heartbeat, increase amplification as desired.
7. To record, turn off listening ("Stop"), then press "Rec"
8. Press "Stop" to stop recording.
- The iPhones mic is located on the base of the device; next to the USB connector.
- With care, you can hear and record the heartbeat and the swoosh of blood flowing through the heart
- Live monitoring allows you to listen to the heartbeat while recording.
Instruction (iPod touch)
- Follow instruction for iPhone.
- Use an external mic
- Note: External microphones on the iPod touch are not as sensitive as the iPhones built-in mic. We have been unable to achieve the same quality recordings using an iPod touch.