All RadLynx NeuroRad™ products are available exclusively on Apple's AppStore for iOS devices.
As with all Apple AppStore purchases, users are entitled to free updates, including both minor and major releases. There may be future products that include all or part of NeuroRad's features, but have significantly different scope or functionality to warrant the creation of a new product line.
NeuroRad Mini™ is compatible with any Apple's iOS product runing iOS version 4.2 and later, including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. NeuroRad Mini™ was developed specifically to take advantage of the iPhone 4 and later small but high resolution Retina display. Use with non-Retina Display devices such as the original iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS requires use of a built-in Magnify mode with panning to read the labels. At present, NeuroRad is for Apple's iOS only.
iOS version 4.2 is required as NeuroRad Mini™ takes utilizes features only found in the more recent releases of iOS. Compatible with iOS 5 on all iPhone 4 devices include both Verizon and AT&T phones.
A few support functions, such as live news feeds and online support pages also require an active internet connection. The basic built-in help screens do not require internet access.
NeuroRad Mini™ DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE: The content and software are intended to serve as information resources for a physician or competent health professional performing the consultation or evaluation of a patient and must be interpreted in light of the available indications, contraindications, and other sources of information regarding the patient, only available to such a professional.
While the application attempts to remain current, health care information changes rapidly and thus the application should not be relied upon as comprehensive or error-free. RadLynx LLC reserves the right to change its disclaimer or other terms and policies, so users should review these periodically.
The information provided by this or any third party should not be considered medical advice and is not intended to replace consultation with a qualified medical professional. This application does not constitute an attempt to practice medicine nor does its use establish a doctor-patient relationship. Individuals should consult a qualified health care provider for medical advice and answers to personal questions.