Hundreds of new apps hit the app stores every week. We’ve sorted through them to pick the best medical apps for doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers.

You can find our previous picks here. And see what apps we thought were noteworthy in 2017.

Rad Rounds UIP to IPF

This peer-reviewed app is designed for radiologists and pulmonologists to practice recognizing interstitial lung diseases and interstitial pneumonia. The application provides a recognition algorithm and high-resolution computed tomography of usual interstitial pneumonia. Additionally, there’s an image gallery and glossary of UIP/ILD terms, quizzes, and informational videos.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

 

Stroke Certified RN Test Prep

The Stroke Certified RN Test Prep was created by Higher Learning Technology Corporation to help prepare nurses to earn their Stroke Care Certification. The limited version is free – an in-app purchase of the premium version opens up nearly 300 practice questions with rationales. Glossaries, medications, case studies, and National Stroke Care Guidelines are also provided in the app.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

TS Player

TS Player was created for and by surgeons and surgical residents to prepare for myriad operations. More than 100 residency programs in the United States utilize Touch Surgery to rehearse operations. It is endorsed by the American Association for Surgery of the Hand and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, among others.

Price: Free

Download on Google Play