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
Best Android medical apps for physicians
In this comprehensive review, iMedicalApps compares the free versions of the six of the best-known medical reference apps for the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad: Epocrates, Lexi-Comp, MedScape, Micromedex, Pepid, and Skyscape.
The best free iPhone Medical Apps for Doctors, medical students, and other health care professionals.
Top 5 Medical Apps for the Upcoming iPad
Free iPhone Medical Apps for physicians, medical students, and other health care providers that are useful in the hospital, clinic, or for educational use.
This is a review of 3 Anatomy Apps developed by Modality, but from the following textbooks: Clemente’s, Rohen’s, and Moore’s. We comment on how these applications could take advantage of the iPad’s screen size and resolution and be used to visually educate patients on specific anatomic pathologies.