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Published on 20.11.18 in Vol 6, No 11 (2018): November

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Works citing "Description of Cardiological Apps From the German App Store: Semiautomated Retrospective App Store Analysis"

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  1. Knitza J, Tascilar K, Messner E, Meyer M, Vossen D, Pulla A, Bosch P, Kittler J, Kleyer A, Sewerin P, Mucke J, Haase I, Simon D, Krusche M. German Mobile Apps in Rheumatology: Review and Analysis Using the Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS). JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(8):e14991
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  2. Long S, Hasenfuß G, Raupach T. Apps in der Inneren Medizin. Der Internist 2019;60(4):324
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  3. Hasenfuß G, Vogelmeier CF. Digitale Medizin. Der Internist 2019;60(4):317
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  4. Albrecht U, Malinka C, Long S, Raupach T, Hasenfuß G, von Jan U. Quality Principles of App Description Texts and Their Significance in Deciding to Use Health Apps as Assessed by Medical Students: Survey Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2019;7(2):e13375
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  5. Dittrich F, Busch A, Harren K, Jäger M, Landgraeber S, Reinecke F, Beck S. Klinischer Einsatz mobiler Applikationen in der Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie in Deutschland. Der Unfallchirurg 2019;122(9):690
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