Pedi STAT is for clinicians in the ambulatory care setting, mostly. It contains medication, dosing, and other decision support when handling critically ill pediatric patients
Gas Guide is a simple anaesthetics reference app most suited to junior doctors in anaesthetic rotations or training.
The Papers3 app builds on the Papers mobile app with additional features and a redesigned user interface
Ultrasound utilization by Emergency Medicine physicians has dramatically increased over the last several years (1). In the Emergency Room we use Ultrasound for a multitude of settings, ranging from FAST exams, to diagnosing hydronephrosis or evaluating for cardiac effusion (2). As a majority of Emergency Rooms have started to store ultrasound machines in their department, it is essential physicians understand how to utilize these machines at the point of care. Mobile apps are fantastic tools for learning Ultrasound due to […]
For many women and their partners, having a baby at a roughly planned time is critical. While most (85%) of couples will succeed in getting pregnant over a year of unprotected intercourse, sometimes it is helpful to plan or predict how and when to get pregnant. Much of this planning has to do with knowing how female reproductive physiology works and how to use this to get (or avoid getting) pregnant. A large number of fertility medical apps exist to […]
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Pocket Doctor is a health encyclopedia with some interesting features.
The MedTube medical app was developed by two surgeons with the goal of creating a database of medical related videos that have educational value.
BeatDroid is not an app you might want to use for your beats per minute needs.
The NHS Tayside Anesthesia medical app provides access to anesthesia protocols used at the Tayside School of Anaesthesia in the United Kingdom
The DoseAdjust medical app from Duffek, LLC, seeks to help you electronically calculate dosing regimens for patients receiving vancomycin and aminoglycosides.
Critical Care Emergencies 2013 will probably offer most emergency dept physicians something useful for free. Those wishing to purchase the additional content will find it quite useful particularly given the inclusion of up-to-date guidelines