By: Ankur Gupta, MS1


Device: iPhone, iPod Touch

Price: Free

A professional grade translation tool – contains thousands of translated questions organized by symptoms that can help with taking a history from a non-English speaker. The questions can even be played back as an audio recording, and does not require internet connectivity once downloaded.

This app is made by a group of medical professionals who’s goal is to make this type of translation software free so it can be used for medical translation when doing relief work in foreign countries. We will be doing a full review of this app in the future.

iTunes Link: MediBabble

Hemo Calc

Device: iPhone, iPod Touch

Price: $1.99

Automatically assigns hemodynamic values for your filling pressure parameters, heart muscle strength status, and fluid forward flow resistance for effortless interpretation.

iTunes Link: Hemo Calc

ECG Pocket Reference International

Device: iPhone, iPod Touch

Price: $0.99

Offers users an interactive way to hone their skills in ECG interpretation. Provides a library of details ECG tracings, notes on clinically relevant features, and a quiz feature. This app could be useful for healthcare professionals of all kinds, especially medical students.

iTunes Link: ECG Pocket Reference International

NEJM Career Center

Device: iPhone, iPod Touch

Price: Free

This app provides a streamlined mobile version of the NEJM’s online physician jobs website. One can search by specialty, position type, or location – now physicians have mobile access to a trusted, nationwide database of medical jobs.

Ankur Gupta is a first year medical student at the University of Virginia. He is an intern and staff writer for the iMedicalApps.