Refer to Pocket Atlas of Anatomy for detailed illustrations and informative definitions of anatomical entities. Geared toward the medical student but can also be used by clinicians and researchers for quick reference
A summary on what went on in TEDMED 2013. Great speakers and amazing technologies.
ACC Pocket Guidelines provides users and clinicians with guidelines, tool, references, and other important applications used by professionals in the field of cardiology
The SafeDose Pro app acts as a guide to calculate the appropriate dose of a medication for your patient and even help you track when it was given.
We take a close look at award-winning iBlueButton app and discuss it with Dr. Bettina Experton, founder and CEO of the company that developed the app. A #TEDMED 2013 find.
The PubChase medical literature app aims to provide a “smarter way” to search biomedical literature, with cloud storage and organization capabilities.
Developed for the iPhone, the uChek app allows patients to check and track several parameters, such as glucose, pH, and protein levels as seen in their urine. These indicators can provide insight for patients with affected with conditions such as kidney problems, urinary tract infections, or cancer.
Mood Watch is an app that tracks limited psychiatric symptoms and is available on Android and iTunes
The ASCCP developed the ASCCP Mobile app that provides patient-specific guidelines for abnormal cervical cancer screening results
Chemistry Lab Suite contains calculations, formulas, general information, and other interactive and dynamic tools for professionals in the lab setting
The Oklahoma State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision will be adding a QR codes to every new and renewed medical license issued.
The JAMA Network Reader (JN Reader) web app provides access to JAMA and the remaining 9 contemporary journals within the JAMA network.