This free app allows EM residents to create a secure procedure log with Dropbox integration.
Medrills: Army Cricothyroidotomy teaches through an effective combination of passive and interactive learning activities.
This video review introduces CounterMind’s HANDI that was used in conjunction with the Denver Public Health for vaccinations.
Welch Allyn’s iExaminer is the next step in ophthalmoscopes for your practice. The device, which recently received 510(k) clearance from the FDA, simply clips on to your iPhone 4 or 4s and gives you all of the benefits of your old ophthalmoscope with some added advantages.
iMedicalApps is pleased to announce that we are going to be launching our very own annual design awards for medical apps. The reason for this is we want to reward developers for the hard work that they have put in to making their medical apps. Furthermore, we want to highlight apps which we feel are […]
A new app from the Royal College of Physicians contains the latest guidelines on stroke management
Inkling for iPhone is an impressive app that all users of Inkling should download. The transition to a smaller device has not significantly impacted on the way users engage with the content and if anything have improved overall accessibility.
CT Anatomy is an app that uses a full body CT to teach anatomy.
This is a fantastic app to have available to keep up to date with respiratory medicine. The quality of the content is very high and well referenced covering all the essential information in a concise format. The addition of calculators and procedures mean this app is my go to place for respiratory medicine.
Neurology Flashcards is an iOS app that tests over basic concepts of neuroradiology.
Review of currently available flu trackers and applications and implication on future prevention and treatment.
I think that medical conference apps should have their own section of the medical category of the app store and that they should be automatically removed after the date of the meeting.