A review of Lung Cancer in pocketcard form for the iOS platform brought to you by Borm Bruckmeier
Pediatrics is a field that presents many unique challenges to the clinician. Not only are the patients often unable to verbalize their own complaints, the clinician must astutely deflect the parents’ concerns while dealing with the issues at hand. Whether on the peds floor or in the clinic, it is not hard to find Fuch’s […]
Review of the Antibiotics I-Pocketcards App from Borm Bruckmeier Publishing LLC, to Assist Healthcare Providers with Infectious Diseases Management
Review of the Smoking Cessation i-Pocketcards App for the iPhone/iPad from Borm Bruckmeier Publishing
As an osteopathic physician, I am trained in manual medicine in addition to traditional allopathic medicine. This includes osteopathic principles and practices handed down by the profession’s founder, Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, such as the concept that the body can heal itself and structure and function are irrevocably linked. Dr. Still pioneered the use of […]
App review of Osteopathic Medicine Pocketcards.
Wards 101 pocket comes to app form.
Quick reference apps are great, but only when their content is up to date.
Quick reference information for digesting Echos
Review of H&P i-PocketCards app by Danielle Jones discussing the apps clinical usefulness and functions.
A review of a Wards 101-ipocketcards, which covers common ward issues for internal medicine, critical care, and emergency medicine.
Anatomy i-Pocket fulfills its role as a flash card based anatomy refresher app. The clear diagrams and simple user interface allow relevant anatomy to be accessed rapidly whilst the level is suitable from medical student to practicing physician.