Hundreds of new apps hit iOS and Android app stores every week. We’ve sorted through them to pick the best medical apps for medical professionals.

VR Robotic Urology

Offered by the urology team at Mount Sinai, VR Robotic Urology provides 3D surgery viewing, educational videos, and live streams. The app is designed for urologists, residents, and students to learn the latest in the field of robotic urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Price: Free
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UA Balance

Researchers at the University of Arizona Center on Aging developed and tested this app to improve older adults’ balance. Using evidence-based, motor-cognitive dual-task exercises and score tracking, users can enhance their stability and reduce the risk of falling.

Price: Free
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P.A.R.T.

The PART (Portable Automated Rapid Testing) application is designed to assess auditory processing abilities and was developed by the University of California Riverside with the support of the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Veteran Affairs. Users can provide high-quality assessments by having subjects complete a wide variety of tasks that measure binaural sensitivity, spectrotemporal sensitivity, spectral sensitivity, temporal sensitivity, spatial release from speech-on-speech masking, and informational masking.

Price: Free
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NeoCHART

The NeoCHART app was created to provide a real-time and accurate resuscitation record for infants by Baylor’s College of Medicine. Users can log compressions, medications, airway notes, and generate a PDF that can be saved, printed, or emailed. No HIPPA-related information is collected, and there is no set up required.

Price: Free
Download on iTunes

Cause of Death Quick Reference Guide

Recently, iMedicalApps reviewed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s app. And now, it’s one of our top picks. The Cause of Death Quick Reference Guide app was created by the CDC to provide a quick reference for physicians and other healthcare providers involved in creating death certificates. A significant portion of the app is dedicated toward providing accurate medical information as it pertains to a death. This is a primary responsibility of the physician, which is crucial to a factual death certificate and vital to accurate data collection by the CDC.

Price: Free
Download on Google Play

QuitMedKit

QuitMedKit was developed at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center as a tool for healthcare providers involved with counseling and treating tobacco dependence. It includes assessments, information on over the counter and prescription medicine, motivational and practical counseling tips, as well as graphic illustrations to be shared with patients. The content of the app follows the 2008 guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Price: Free
Download on Google Play

Check out our previous picks here. And see what apps we thought were noteworthy in 2017.