The Art of Injection is a quick reference for physicians treating localized inflammatory pain.
The British Society of Echocardiography’s EchoCalc app has a lot of useful information from a reputable source. Unfortunately, this information is buried within an excessively complex user interface making it cumbersome to use in clinical practice.
Cancer Research UK has developed an intergalactic smartphone game to help them analyse the overwhelming reams of genetic data generated in recent studies
The app warrants serious consideration for anyone that does not speak other languages but may encounter patients that do not speak their native language
The app was developed for medical professionals taking care of these patients and to help support their clinical judgement.
The ASCVD Risk Estimator app, created by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association, is a quick way to estimate a patient’s 10-year and lifetime risk for athersclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD).
The Lange’s Top 300 Pharmacy Drug Cards app for 2014-2015 is one of many apps created by Usatine Media. This app is an electronic version of the flashcard set and was developed to possibly replace the physical version.
The Vaccines on the Go App was developed by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). It was created to make finding accurate information about vaccines easier for parents.
The UBC Med Formulary app is designed to follow the University of British Columbia’s pharmacology curricula with drugs searchable by Class
Bonedoc by Otago Innovation Limited tries to make all orthopedic surgeons gamers before stepping into the operating room.
Welcome to the PainDiary App by AppDoc. This is an extremely simple and useful app. It uses mobile technology to replace the paper pain diary and adds many unique features.
We searched far and wide for all available wireless, mobile-compatible blood pressure monitors. Here’s what we found and tips on picking the right device for the right patient.