N.J., cancer center implants radiation sensors; iPhone app treats vertigo;

> John Theurer Cancer Center in Hackensack, N.J., has begun implanting wireless radiation sensors in patients being treated for prostate cancer to verify radiation doses. Press release

> Canadian medical devicemaker Clearwater Clinical has developed an iPhone app that helps physicians treat benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, a condition that affects as many as one in 10 people over the age of 60. Article

> At last week's American Telemedicine Association conference, telepresence vendor Vidyo introduced VidyoHealth, a telemedicine videoconferencing system that doesn't need a dedicated network. Press release

> Mobile clinical decision support content developer Pepid has released an Android app. Press release

> Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's Healthcare in Louisville, Ky., has introduced an iPhone app to help patients find doctors, make appointments and locate the nearest emergency room. A BlackBerry version is in development. Press release

> Bayer has won regulatory approval in Canada to sell its Contour USB monitoring device, which the company calls the first and only blood-glucose meter with built-in USB connectivity. Article

> Abstracts from the ATA meeting have been posted online. Table of contents

And Finally... Here's an argument for telemedicine if we've ever seen one. Article

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