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November 30, 2011

BehindTheMedspeak: iPhone EKG app

You know the old saying, "The first thing to do when arriving at a Code is take your own pulse?"


You never heard that?

I guess you're not in my line of work, then.

No matter.

When this way cool app goes live they're gonna have to update the old saw to "The first thing to do when arriving at a Code is check your own EKG."

Alas, "Not presently available for sale. Not cleared for sale as a medical device in the U.S.A."

Real soon now, though, I'm hoping.

As is the app maker.

In the meantime, watch the movies.

[via Marshall Minshew, my crack New Jersey correspondent and Official Energy Efficiency Consultant of bookofjoe. Apply within. Note that if you identify yourself as a joehead you will receive Marshall's extra special red carpet treatment. I am not at liberty in this open forum to disclose details. Oh, yeah, I almost forgot — if, when you identify yourself as having happened on him via boj, and he responds "Never heard of it," don't push him. Just let me know and I'll take it from there.]

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That's really cool. I just wish his email address wasn't DrDave01@yahoo.com because that really kills the credibility of the whole thing. That's almost as bad as still having an AOL email address.

Posted by: Maximillian | Dec 1, 2011 11:50:32 AM

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