Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Darwin Wan
ACCP Radiology Cases provides a good review of pulmonary cases for clinicians with accompanying references.
An app designed to facilitate better patient-doctor communication
An app that has the potential to improve the efficacy of prescribed inhaler treatment
Medrills: Army Cricothyroidotomy teaches through an effective combination of passive and interactive learning activities.
A review of an app that teaches about surgical instruments
A review of Heel Thy Tendon, an iPhone app covering four tendinopathies
A review of a dermatology textbook with an excellent digital conversion.
•GenSurgCall teaches key general surgery topics, but does not provide enough to get through a call night.
Review of Pain Guide for iOS, an app that helps with pain management but has a painful user interface
Review of Epocrates’ new iPad app
Review of an app that helps teach eye surgery using iOS simulation
RealdWorld Radiology for iOS is an excellent app for learning to read X-rays
Ortho Traumapedia is a bare bones app that covers essential orthopedic injuries, but stands to benefit from additional multimedia.
A review of an app with the potential to support the documentation and assessment of burns.
Review of WoundSmart, an app designed for medical professionals who follow and treat wounds
Documentation is one of the most time-consuming, laborious, but necessary parts of medicine. If technology existed that enabled us to document all our thoughts, rationales, examinations and actions through the course of the day automatically, we may be able to see significantly more patients than we currently are able to. Being able to quickly look […]
A review of iOS 6 features that may augment the practice of medicine
An app review of Eye Handbook, a comprehensive app geared towards ophthalmologists.
An app review of palmEM: Emergency Medicine Essentials, a succinct and quick universal iOS reference app
A review of a Wards 101-ipocketcards, which covers common ward issues for internal medicine, critical care, and emergency medicine.