The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is taking place in San Francisco right now. On the first day Apple introduced the new iPhone 3G S. They also continued their tradition of presenting some interesting upcoming applications.
AirStrip Technologies has presented its new medical app called Critical Care. I really don’t have any comments at this moment other than WATCH THE VIDEO IT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!
AirStrip CRITICAL CARE features include:
- Virtual Views – Remote, virtual real-time monitoring of live cardiac rhythm strips and other waveform data such as pulse oximetry, end tidal CO2 and peak ventilator pressures.
- Strip Zooming – The zoom feature maintains relative size of waveforms and the background grid allows for easy assessment and measurements.
- Automated Caliper – The automated caliper measures designated intervals, both automatically and manually.
- Strip Scrolling – The scroll function allows users to quickly scroll through stored waveform data, such as telemetry strips.
- Patient Data Display – Tidal volume, airway pressure, flow and volume readings are also available in virtual real-time, directly from patient monitors.
AirStrip already has one interesting application available in iTunes store called AirStrip OB. This application, intended for obstetricians, delivers vital patient waveform data — including fetal heartbeat and maternal contraction patterns — in virtual real-time directly from the hospital labor and delivery unit to a doctor’s iPhone.
If you are interested you can watch the whole Apple WWDC 2009 Keynote Address.
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