While often asymptomatic, A-Fib can lead to palpitations, chest pain, syncope, heart failure, and even stroke. Managing A-Fib can be complicated and challenging for clinicians. Fortunately, there’s an app for that. Here we review the QxMD AF Guide, an Atrial Fibrillation Reference for physicians, available for the iPhone.
Author: Amit Patel, MD
MediBabble Translator has set a new standard in regards to medical translation apps with some innovative features — and it’s free!
Review of four free to almost free medical calculator apps: MedCalc, Epocrates medical calculator, Skyscape medical calculator, and Calculate by QxMD.
Here we review the Clot Rx App for the iPhone and iPad from Insight Therapeutics, an app that attempts to “provide the busy practitioner with quick access to information on the use of antithrombotic agents.”
Here we review the premium Lexi-Complete application for the iPhone & iPod Touch, which its developers have been generous enough to offer us for a review. In April 2010, we reviewed Lexi-Comp for the iPad when it first debuted ahead of many of its competitors. A major issue then was whether Lexi-Comp’s considerable resources were […]
The Atlas of Emergency Medicine App represents a powerful resource for anyone working in the Emergency Department. The 900 page plus textbook is transferred to mobile form for the iPhone and the iPad.
While we consider Prognosis: Your Diagnosis app merely an amusing diversion for medical residents as opposed to a dedicated study tool, it does have potential for students in healthcare, such as medical and PA students.
The Radiology 2.0 app represents an easy-to-use and free teaching tool for trainees or medical students regardless of specialty that affords an instructional and interactive look at the some of the most common pathology seen on CT imaging.
The color atlas of family medicine textbook gets customized for mobile form on the iPhone and iPad – and could be one of the best textbook to mobile conversion stories yet.
The “Pro” version of one of the most downloaded free iPhone medical apps in the App Store – MedCalc. This medical calculator had added patient management to it’s arsenal.
Hematology Miniatlas is a relatively simple application that could be used by a hematologist for patient education.
Echocardiography Atlas is an app designed to help your ultrasound reading skills. The app has 250 annotated images and 189 videos – all focusing on various cardiac pathologies.