The ASCO Flashcards app aims to help medical practitioners to quickly review and test key oncology topics.
The following is a list of the notable medical apps released for Apple’s iOS this past week.
Usability of the Diagnosis and Management of Gestational Diabetes app for prenatal care providers
This app contains a bank of 5000 multiple choice questions aimed to prepare EM residents for their inservice and board exams.
An app review of PICU Question of the Day, which is an iOS app that generates a new board review style pediatric critical care question everyday.
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.
A summary article on #FOAM resources for emergency medicine and how it’s changing how emergency medicine education in consumed.
A review of the key iPhone medical apps that were released last week, Week 12
Sometimes you do not have a nice machine with its nice package and you are the unofficial tech. The Fetal Biometry app aims to provide meaning to those numbers on the go.
The Kids Beating Asthma tries to create a way for children to learn about asthma. However, the app is not complete and there are many things that need to be perfected. The content of the app may need to be altered so it is understood by the target audience and the games should find ways to incorporate the information to create a better learning experience.
A new feature we’ll be doing at iMedicalApps is providing a weekly overview of the notable medical apps released for iOS and Android. The following is a list of the notable medical apps released for Apple’s iOS this past week.
The Her2+ Mission app states that it provides an interactive profile of the people responsible for the distribution of a groundbreaking anti breast cancer treatment.