Med Mnemonics Flashcards medical app seeks to provide a one-stop resource for medical mnemonics of all sorts to help learners remember.
Third in the series from Dr. Michael Kerr’s writing about switching from an iPhone to Android from a Physicians perspective.
Medical education is increasingly about debate and discussion, not simply memorizing the latest facts. Here we comment on how apps can help apply that attitude to continuing medical education.
If you are struggling with your anatomy lessons perhaps this app can be of use to you.
The Color Atlas of Family Medicine is an app that brings the same content of the textbook at the tips of your fingers.
In lieu of the FDA’s recent inquiry into the uCheck urine analyzer app, it appears Apple might be tightening restrictions on medical app developers. It appears that a number of developers have struggled recently to get medical applications into the App Store with the reason below being cited. Below is the response developers have told […]
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.
The EBM Tools medical app seeks to provide this guidance via calculating post-test probability.
This app allows you to enter basic medical information and send a message to emergency contacts
ACEP News Digital offers existing readers a more convenient way to access news articles on the go.
An instant-answer guide you can turn to for on-the-spot treatment of poisoning and drug overdose