This simple applications attempts to help you keep track of your CMEs.
Author: Felasfa Wodajo, MD
Recently, a post on the popular medical blog site KevinMD garnered a fair amount of attention with the provocative title “Why doctors should choose Google Android over the iPhone for medical apps”. It was posted on Oct 20, 2009 and was subsequently listed as one of the most popular posts for October on the highly […]
This is the professional edition of the Merck Manual app made for healthcare providers. Dr. Wodajo said the following while reviewing the application: “A medical encyclopedia that fits in your pocket”
A tool for those learning how to do various musculoskeletal procedures. This application is packed with text, pictures, and videos of actual procedures being done. This is the sister application of another app we reviewed, Procedures Consult: Internal Medicine.
An app that takes physical diagnosis to a portable level, with a focus on orthopedic / musculoskeletal physical exam maneuvers.
This application enables you to search for Clinical Trials that might be suitable for your patients while you’re with them in the examination room. The content of this app is derived from clinicaltrials.gov.
These flashcards try to emulate the tangible Netter’s flash cards you can find at the bookstore. This app’s goal is to help you during the musculoskeletal section of gross anatomy.
This award winning app’s goal is to help you organize all the research papers you have collected over time. It can sync with a desktop version on the Mac, but can also run as a stand alone application.
OsiriX puts a small DICOM workstation in your pocket. This app was featured in one of Apple’s App Store commercials and allows you to view radiology images on your phone.