The medical fraternity may find this app to be quite useful. Krames Patient Education has unmasked their new iPhone app named Krames iPatientED.
The app is available in around 118 animations covering 22 medical field regions, with several comprising of voice-overs in English and Spanish.
“It has not been uncommon for doctors to draw rough diagrams of anatomy, disease processes, or procedures on scraps of paper not much larger than a standard prescription. With iPatientEd, using roughly the same amount of real estate, a doctor can now share a full motion animation with a patient – improving comprehension and increasing patient satisfaction,” commented, Mark Friess, President of wired MD, Krames Video Solutions Division that developed iPatientEd.
It was claimed that the preliminary interest in Krames iPatientEd has been rather optimistic.
“In the first three days of availability, with virtually no promotion, we had over 1,000 downloads. Considering there are more than 100,000 apps available on iTunes, we are astounded by this receptivity which has strengthened our resolve to create additional mobile applications for individual providers, healthcare institutions, and consumers,” commented, George Parker, Krames President and CEO.
Doctors and other health care providers are now equipped with an immediate reference instrument to aid them with their patient sessions.
Krames iPatientED app can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes Store. The price of the app is currently unknown.