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iResus Receives 5* Reviews

iResus – the mobile companion to the Resuscitation Council (UK)’s 2015 guidelines – was delivered by Cranworth Medical on behalf of the RC(UK) just over a month ago. Since this time the app has robustly delivered content via the ClinicalIRIS platform, and received excellent 5* reviews on both Google Play and the App Store: Excellent […]

We have learnt of an issue installing apps on physical devices using ‘Over The Air’ installation on iOS 9. This issue will also affects testers using our build server to install pre-production apps on iOS 9 devices. For any other devs out there the error returned in the console is BundleValidator: Unable to locate application […]

Cutaneous Lymphoma Resource Tools (CL-App) Update Released

The Cutaneous Lymphoma Resource Tools from the St John’s Institute of Dermatology have been updated. New features include: – CLIPI score calculator for prognosis calculations in cutaneous B cell lymphoma – Non-MF/Sezary syndrome staging tables – New Pathology section – Updated graphics match iOS 7 styling – Optimized display for iPhone 5/5S screen size There […]

To Regulate or Not To Regulate?

The use of mobile apps as medical devices has received renewed interest lately, especially with the announcement of Apple’s HealthKit, a tool to monitor, record and recall your health and fitness information. Even before HealthKit, the question of what constitutes a medical device has been gradually evolving, and until recently clear guidance has been open […]

Clinical IRIS reported in eHealth Insider

Our new service Clinical IRIS is due for launch in the next few weeks and is the latest tool we’ve designed to improve clinical efficiency whilst delivery evidenced-based care at the bedside. Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust have already signed up to the project and we hope to announce a few more Trusts […]

EHI Awards

Here’s a photo of Steven enjoying himself at the EHI Awards last night at Camden’s Roundhouse! So many fantastic healthcare IT projects being acknowledged, with the Mersey Burns app a deserved overall winner. Hopefully catch up with everyone at EHI Live in November where you can come chat to us at our stall in the […]

Where (or what) is my UDID?

Your UDID is a unique number that identifies your iOS device. We’ll need this code during the beta testing phase of development, in order to provide you with apps to test. Fortunately, it is very easy to find your UDID. In order to make it even easier we have provided some instructions on how to […]

MCQs for Physiotherapy Released

We are pleased to announce a brand new product for physiotherapist – “MCQs for Physiotherapy”. Written by chartered physiotherapists and covering both theory and practice this app contains over 250 best of five MCQs. As far as we know MCQs for Physiotherapy is the only question bank app currently for physiotherapists!