Medicine 2.0 (2012): Smart phone dermatologist

Excellent combination of hardware, software and service to diagnose skin lesions. Borve, a medical doctor is working with a team that have developed an iPhone based dermatopathology system. The hardware is a sled that snaps onto an iPhone. It integrates a 20x microscope lens and led lights right over the iPhone camera. A physician then uses the software to take a picture of a lesion and send it to the a dermatopathologist. The pathologist looks at the picture and gives a diagnosis and plan of care.  We can learn from other specialty fields on how they are creating such apps to help patient care.

Joel Topf, MD
eAJKD advisory board member
Check out all of eAJKD’s coverage of Medicine 2.0 here.

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