The Evidence Based Primary Care (EBPC) app aims to provide metrics and probability calculations for a large number of laboratory, imaging, symptoms, and physical findings.
You can now access key ACOG resources through the ACOG app.
If you need a journal app for your diabetes, this is a good choice. You can track a good amount of data using this app.
An emergency guide developed by the American Red Cross with useful factoids that can save a patient’s life during an emergency.
A review of an app that provides parents with general advice on caring for toddlers
The Atlas of Hypertension is a reference app related to hypertension that may be useful to patients and students wanting to learn about the disease
The HAE Therapy Tracker app was made to help patients record their attacks, remind them to take their medications, as well as keep track of their doctor appointments.
The United Kingdom NHS has launched a series of patient decision support apps for a range of common diseases to help improve patient education and understanding
Mood Watch is an app that tracks limited psychiatric symptoms and is available on Android and iTunes
Bowel Run is a lighthearted attempt to demystify colon cancer screening, but it does not offer any practical information for patients.
The Baby Heart Rate Monitor and Pregnancy Calculators app , version 2013.2, aims to provide a fetal heart rate interpretation scheme according to a “newly” proposed 5-tier system. The app also provides other pregnancy-related calculators.
This is an essential app to download for cardiothoracic surgeons as it will help them explain procedures and anatomy to their patients. The quality of the content and use of interactive media is to be commended with perhaps the main drawback being the limited range of content.