Kidometer and Pedi QuickCalc are essential quick reference pediatric medical apps
This list goes through the best iPhone medical apps that were released this past month, in January.
If you just got an iPhone, here are the essential medical apps you need.
The Wheel SP medical app seeks to help prenatal care providers calculate pregnancy-related dates simply and quickly.
By: Iltifat Husain, MD; Timothy Aungst, PharmD; Tom Lewis Editor’s note: Make sure to check out our latest new Top 10 free iPad medical apps piece, released on June 19th, 2013! Introduction: At iMedicalApps, our goal is to review apps from a Physician standpoint so we can help healthcare providers navigate the growing number of […]
Note taking has truly become an art in the digital age with the rise of cloud computing, tablets and styluses, and other competitive technological features. Finding the right note taking app for your needs can be a trying task. Do you need an app that will sync with your Google account? Do you mind registering […]
UpToDate has given us an amazingly designed Android app that works wonderfully and its user experience may even surpass its website counterpart’s.
Readers of the iMedicalApps forums will have seen that Evernote was rated particularly highly by a number of commenters when asked ‘How do you use mobile technology to help with your studies’. As a result of this, I was encouraged to try Evernote out for an extended period and see what impact it could make upon […]
Make sure to also check out our new list of the “Most Innovative Medical Apps of 2012 — the Future of Mobile Medicine” Follow Iltifat Husain MD on twitter @iltifatMD As the Editor-in-chief of iMedicalApps, I have witnessed first hand the transformation of the iPad in medicine. When the first iPad was launched more than two […]
We have considered a range of note-taking apps-it is now to time to recommend the best note-taking app for healthcare professionals. Overall many of these apps offer similar levels of functionality although there are two clear market leaders- Note Taker HD and Notes Plus. Although the learning curve associated with Note Taker HD can be steep, it has become the leading note-taking app which can use a stylus. It is highly recommended to all healthcare professionals who want to take notes on their iPad in a variety of situations
In-depth comparison review of nine top iPad Keyboard cases, ranging from folios to clamshell cases.
An inside look at the top 5 PDF management apps for healthcare professionals
An in-depth review of 4 of the top iPad stylus pens for the iPad, iPhone, and Android devices.
A detailed comparison of the top anatomy apps currently available for the iPad based on the following essential functions: content, ease of use, quality of anatomical illustrations and overall benefit to practicing physicians
The flexibility and ubiquity of smartphones has made them a natural platform for app developers targeting surgeons – among the most mobile of physicians. In this survey, iMedicalApps looks at apps currently available for surgeons.
The top 10 internal medicine medical apps that physician residents, and even those done with residency need to check out. Almost all the apps are free.
A review of five note taking apps that utilize a stylus pen for the iPad. This comprehensive review looks at how well these apps allow you to take accurate notes.
In depth review of seven iPad stylus pens for the iPad, iPhone, and android (capacitive touch screens) — the cheapest option is potentially the best option.
Analysis and reviews of the six Pubmed apps for iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch): Mobile Abstracts, Orkov, Pubmed Clip, Pubmed on Tap, Pubmed Library, Pubsearch Plus
We parse through thousands of apps in the Android Marketplace to find the best 15 free medical apps for health care professionals. These apps can vary in use — from point of care to medical education.