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HAND in Hand Mobile Study
HAND in Hand Mobile Study

HAND in Hand Mobile Study

Digital Artefacts L.L.C.

HAND in Hand is powered by Apple's ResearchKit, allowing you to participate in a medical research study focused on HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorders (HAND)

HAND in Hand is powered by Apple's ResearchKit, allowing you to participate in a medical research study focused on HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorders (HAND). HAND can occur when HIV enters the nervous system and adversely affects the health of the nerve cells. The BrainBaseline cognitive testing platform has teamed up with the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the hopes...

MyHeart Counts
MyHeart Counts

MyHeart Counts

Stanford University

Apple’s new ResearchKit allows you to participate in important medical research studies easily through your iPhone

Apple’s new ResearchKit allows you to participate in important medical research studies easily through your iPhone. Stanford Medicine invites you to join the MyHeart Counts study to improve our understanding of heart health. The MyHeart Counts app is a personalized tool that can help you measure daily activity, fitness, and cardiovascular risk. It can also help you better understand your...

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Sleep : Better Sleep with CBT
Sleep : Better Sleep with CBT
Sleep : Better Sleep with CBT

Sleep : Better Sleep with CBT

Learning 2 Sleep

A good night's sleep starts with taking back control of your day.

Sleep app gives you the tools and the know-how to sleep better at night. New habits will never form if they are not easy to access, this is why we have created an array of easy-to-use CBT (Cognitive Behavioral...

PoopMD+
PoopMD+
PoopMD+

PoopMD+

Beneufit, Inc.

What is PoopMD+?

PoopMD+ is a Johns Hopkins Children’s Center research study and free iPhone app that gather information about infant stool color, also called baby poop color. Data gathered about baby poop color will help advance pediatric liver disease research.

Why is baby poop color important?

Baby poop comes in a range...

Sonde Health
Sonde Health
Sonde Health

Sonde Health

Sonde Health

Your health speaks. Sonde is reimagining how health condition tracking is done by sensing subtle vocal changes to detect respiratory conditions. By analyzing a few seconds of voice, Sonde analyzes vocal biomarkers to generate your respiratory symptom risk.


SONDE ONE

Enter your company-specific token to access Sonde One, our daily screening tool...

Concussion Tracker
Concussion Tracker
Concussion Tracker

Concussion Tracker

NYU Langone Medical Center

NYU Langone Concussion Tracker

A Research Study

The purpose of this study is to explore whether using a mobile application that you download onto your iPhone can help you record symptoms as well as physical and cognitive function after the diagnosis of concussion.

The main objective of this exploratory study is to...

Autism & Beyond
Autism & Beyond
Autism & Beyond

Autism & Beyond

Duke Health

Autism & Beyond is a groundbreaking study of childhood mental health powered by Apple’s ResearchKit. The study aims to test new video technology that can analyze a child’s emotion and behavior. We hope that this technology may one day be used to screen young children in their homes for autism...

SleepHealth
SleepHealth
SleepHealth

SleepHealth

American Sleep Apnea Association

Welcome to SleepHealth -- a Mobile App Study and Wellness tool from the American Sleep Apnea Association and powered by Apple’s ResearchKit and IBM Watson Health Cloud.

The SleepHealth study is being conducted by the American Sleep Apnea Association, a 25-year-old and patient-led non-profit and researchers at the University of...

EpiWatch
EpiWatch
EpiWatch

EpiWatch

Johns Hopkins Digital

Johns Hopkins EpiWatch™: Track Your Epilepsy Seizures. Track Your Treatment.

EpiWatch is an Apple Watch app and research study for persons over 16 with epilepsy. Those with epilepsy can use EpiWatch to track their seizures, potential seizure triggers, medications, and share the data with Johns Hopkins researchers. The movement and...

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MedForm

MedForm

Report Support Pty Ltd

MedForm makes it easy to complete medical forms and questionnaires on your iPhone or iPad. It is designed to be used in the clinical setting or by patients outside the clinic where results are to be reviewed by your doctor / health professional.

MedForm will ask for the language you prefer to use in order to complete the survey. To protect your privacy MedForm will only ask for your date of birth and the initials of your first and last name. The answers will be sent to the doctor / health professional via a secure cloud service and moved into the doctors system. No data remains online.

Doctors and health professionals can send push notifications to MedForm to give you timely reminders such as when to complete the next survey or questionnaire.

Questionnaires can be uploaded to the MedForm system by practitioners who have a MedForm membership.

MedForm uses the power of Apple ResearchKit to present questions in a clean and consistent format and to ensure the data returned is accurate and timely.

EPV

EPV

Yale

EPV is a ResearchKit app that allows patients to follow the growth of their baby’s placenta (the fetal organ that acts like the roots of a tree, bringing nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the developing fetus). By participating in this study pregnant women can help researchers to understand normal and abnormal placental growth. Once the patient is found to be eligible to join the study and signs the consent form, the Estimated Placental Volume (EPV) can be determined whenever the participant undergoes an ultrasound examination during their pregnancy. At the completion of the pregnancy the patient is asked to report on the pregnancy outcome. No personal information is stored or transmitted to the researchers. All information is transmitted in an encrypted manner and stored as anonymous data on a secure server.

The EPV app calculates the Estimated Placental Volume (EPV) from 2D ultrasounds of the human placenta (1).

The user interface calculates EPV and then plots the resultant value on a graphical plot. As new values are collected, they are added to the graph. The user can select any of the values to see what the gestational age was at the time of data collection and the EPV for that exam.

Using a simple 2D ultrasound cross-section of the major axis of a placenta from 7 to 45 weeks of gestation the Estimated Placental Volume (EPV) can be calculated from three simple measurements: maximal width, height at maximal width and thickness along the same line as the height. Measurements are recorded in centimeters.

Physicians, nurse midwives, ultrasound technicians and other health care providers can assist the patient use this application to follow placental growth during gestation.

Use of this application should always be done with the assistance of a health care provider. All clinical decisions regarding any patient examined by this method should be made by the patient’s primary care giver for her pregnancy. Any EPV results generated should not be used to make clinical decisions about a patient’s pregnancy or the fetus’ well being.

Key Features:

- Enter the gestational age in weeks and days

- Easily enter width, height and thickness of the placenta—calculates EPV immediately using mathematical modeling

- EPV result is immediately plotted on a graphical plot. Additional EPV data points are plotted on the same graph so the patient and healthcare providers can see the progress of EPV throughout the pregnancy


1. Azpurua HJ, Funai EF, Coraluzzi L, Sasson I, Doherty L, Kliman M, Kliman HJ.

(2010) Determination of placental weight using two-dimensional sonography and volumetric mathematic modeling, Am J Perinatology, 27:151-155.

Neurons

Neurons

Shazino

Neurons is a personalized tool to help you measure, monitor, and better manage the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis using the Multiple Sclerosis Functional Composite (MSFC).

Key features:
• Record and track activities:
- Timed 25-foot walk
- 9-hole peg test
- PASAT
• Receive notifications about activities
• Assess multiple sclerosis progress with automatic MSFC calculation
• Protect your health record with passcode

Eligibility:
• You are at least 18 years of age
• You are able to read English
• You are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis

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Disclaimer: we are not asking you to make any health decisions based on the use of the app. You should discuss health decisions directly with your healthcare provider.

Neurons is a new app powered by Apple’s ResearchKit.

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