A review of a retinal pathology app for iPhone, ideal for medical students
Author Archive | Darwin Wan
It’s hard to believe that it was less than a year ago when anatomy apps were little more than drawings and textbooks digitized for use on mobile devices. In fact, in my previous review of Heart Illustrated I was lamenting the fact that anatomy apps of the day didn’t really take advantage of the touchscreen […]
A comparison between 2 blood pressure monitors – iHealth and Withings – designed for iPhone and iPad.
A review of the iPhone/iPad Current Essentials of Medicine app, based on the handbook that distills information into one-page-per-disease. While the app is well done, it is clear that a great handbook doesn’t necessarily make a great app.
A review of the iPhone USMLE Step 1 Déjà Review app, a relatively affordable way to prepare for the knowledge – but not the application – component of the USMLE Step 1.
An education app that includes 3D anatomy models, radiology images and narrated surgical videos.
By: Darwin Wan, MS3 A stern warning regarding social media usage has been delivered to the medical community in April with news of Dr. Alexandra Thran’s reprimanding by Rhode Island’s state medical board. Dr. Thran had already been fired last year from Westerly Hospital in Rhode Island for the posting of confidential patient information […]