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iPhone app for cardiovascular trial database

Clinicians can access hundreds of cardiovascular (CV) clinical trials searchable by trial acronyms, authors and medication, through a new app. ‘Quest’ has been launched by AstraZeneca for healthcare professionals responsible for managing CV health.

Using the app, clinicians can select and annotate particular trials and share trial summaries with their colleagues, intended to make the exchange of clinical data easier for healthcare professionals.

The app also features a live CV news feed, helping clinicians to keep up to date with developments in CV medicine and management. Market research in 2010 demonstrated that clinicians wanted immediate access to breaking CV news, according to AstraZeneca. Their research also showed clinicians wanted an app which allowed them to capture and share notes from presentations at medical congresses.

UK healthcare professionals can download the ‘Quest’ app by registering on www.ACSunited.co.uk. ACS United is an acute coronary syndromes (ACS) specific website designed to facilitate cross-discipline interaction amongst those managing the disease across the UK.

Published on: March 3, 2011

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