One of the best medical apps released this year was from a Harvard team of researchers called Aspirin Guide. The medical app helps clinicians and patients weigh the benefits and risks of low dose aspirin for prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) in the primary prevention setting.
We were huge fans of the Aspirin Guide app when we reviewed it a few months ago, Dr. Douglas Maurer gave it a 5/5 star rating. One of the main things we wished to see from the app was an Android version as well.
The team of Harvard researchers reached out to us to let us know that their medical app is now available for Android and also as a simple webapp. The ability for their decision tree to be used within a webapp significantly increases its functionality for physicians who use laptops in patient rooms. They can now easily open a browser and determine if a patient requires daily Aspirin or not.
The webapp has an easy URL to remember — www.aspiringuide.com.