Author: Douglas Maurer, DO/MPH/FAAFP
Chronic Kidney Disease Care app from the National Kidney Foundation continues the tradition of quality, handy, and free apps from that organization.
The ABFM CKSA app is a real gem for family medicine providers who want to complete MOC requirements on their smartphone.
TeamSTEPPS 2.0 pocket guide is a wonderful companion app to the AHRQ TeamSTEPPS program, which helps improve communication within the patient care team.
Deployed Medicine is the ultimate combat medicine app for military and non-military providers, featuring high quality videos and critical care guidelines.
ABG Eval by Dr Joshua Steinberg is likely the best app available on both the iOS and Android app stores for ABG interpretation.
ECG Interpretation Cribsheets from AgileMD is full of outstanding content but there are some downsides. Find out if it could be helpful for you.
The Poisoning and Drug Overdose Quick Reference app from the CA Poison Control and AgileMD is an outstanding addition to the app store.
The MAGIC PICC medical app gives you useful guidelines to use at the point of care when you’re trying to decide on intravenous lines.
Managing Anticoagulation in the Periprocedural Period (MAPPP) medical app helps clinicians navigate a potentially complex subject.
Osteoporosis diagnosis and management built into an app.
Learning cardiac auscultation skills with a medical app.
A great app from Dr. Steinberg that helps clinicians figure out the correct type of contraceptive to prescribe for patients.
A review of an anatomy app from the Johns Hopkins team.
Clinical scenario to determine if you should start a patient on statin therapy.
A quick guide on how you can utilize the Proceducate medical app to teach residents and medical students procedure skills.
The American College of Cardiology recently released LDL-C Manager, an app to help physicians decide if they should start patients on statin therapy and what kind.
A medical app that summaries the 2017 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway for Periprocedural Management of Anticoagulation in Patients with Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation.
The PubMed on Tap 2 offers the ability to search Pubmed in a more efficient manner, enabling you to save and annotate articles.
The ACC’s newest medical app combines components of some of their most popular medical apps into one.
The Proceducate medical app is meant to help physicians not only learn procedures, but to review them quickly before performing them.