article Medical instrument app developers will soon have access to a wealth of data on a wide range of medical instruments.

The new app will allow people to compare their instruments to each other, track how they perform and provide the app with information on health-related issues like heart disease, stroke, lung disease, diabetes and depression.

Medical instrument developers will be able to analyze data in real time and make recommendations to users based on what the user is seeing.

The app will provide users with real-time data, including the location, brand and health of their device.

In an interview with New Scientist, John Mueller, a biomedical engineer at the University of Chicago, said he was impressed by the app’s ability to track health data in a way that would not require the device to have a health tracking chip.

Mueller said the company was excited to be working on a medical instrument app that would give people a better understanding of their medical instruments and what to expect from them.

Mueller also said he is excited to see the app get wider adoption.

“As healthcare professionals, we are going to have to do much more to understand how our instruments are performing and how our health-care providers are using them, he said.

Mueller, who is also a member of the medical device development team at the medical school at Stanford University, said the app will also provide information on the health status of the device, and offer an overview of the manufacturer.

Mueller has been working on medical instrument apps for more than a decade, working on devices for the medical field and consumer markets.

He has worked on medical devices in the field of medicine for over 20 years, including device monitoring for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, devices for patients with kidney disease and diabetes and devices for diabetes control.

He said the medical instruments app will help medical devices that are being used for research, medical care, medical education, or health-based applications, to gain new insights.

Mueller will be a senior member of an Apple-led research team developing the medical instrument identification tool.

The company is also working with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to help develop the app.

The development team is led by Dr. John Mueller.

Mueller’s work with medical devices was a part of his master’s degree thesis at Stanford.

He also holds an MD degree from the University at Buffalo.