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Prescribe an app for your anxious patient

You know the story well.
A young, otherwise fit and healthy, patient complaining of non specific chest pain, shortness of breath and/or palpitations. Maybe this is their first presentation to your emergency department, or maybe they came to see you many times before. Maybe they already saw their family doctor, and maybe they had some further work up and were even put on some medication.

So, here they are. They go thru triage and have an ECG. And you know that this is not some weird and rare cardiac case. You know this is anxiety. Depending on how busy and stressed you are, you might approach them in various ways. Maybe you’ll even brush them off, because you don’t have time for non life threatening nonsense. “Your ECG is OK, you can go now, and see your family doctor if you have any further problems.” Continue reading Prescribe an app for your anxious patient

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My company: Ivor Medical

Ivor Medical website
Dear visitors and friends, I give you Ivor Medical 🙂
Ivor Medical is a company which I have started in order to develop my invention for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

Some of you will remember my talk from Mobile Monday Amsterdam event earlier this year, where for the first time I have presented my invention which is intended to relieve rescuers’ fatigue, as well as provide feedback during CPR. After being awarded with several prestigious awards from international innovation fairs, I have decided to seriously pursue the development of my invention into a product available for market. So far, my company has developed a mobile application for CPR feedback called CPR PRO, which is already available in the iTunes store, and will soon also be available for Android phones. My cradle for holding a mobile phone during CPR is also in its final stage of development, and I expect it to be available for sale by the end of this year.

Go ahead and visit Ivor Medical website to learn more. It goes without saying that your suggestions are always welcomed.

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