Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Guido Giunti, MD
Cardiology Mnemonics developed by Rahul Gosain provides a series of mnemonics physicians can take advantage of.
Natural Standard Herb & Supplement Guide: An Evidence-Based Reference is an app developed by Elsevier that attempts to provides high-quality, up-to-date, information about herbs and other supplements.
Review on the best OB Wheel apps for Android including Ob Wheel (Pregnancy Calculator), Obstetrics (+ Pregnancy Wheel), and Ob Calc Pro (Obstetrician)
MedEngage is a medical app with a journal feel to present clinical cases and other information in a problem based approach.
Cancer Research UK has developed an intergalactic smartphone game to help them analyse the overwhelming reams of genetic data generated in recent studies
The “Spirometry Interpreter & COPD Treatment” application is a tool to help medical professionals interpret spirometry results and suggest treatment based on COPD severity
Pharmacology LANGE Flash Cards is an app for preparing for the USMLE, written by medical students at Yale University.
The Critical Medical Guide aims to assist physicians in these scenarios by providing crucial clinical guidelines, emergency medical references and material to use as medical reference when needed.
iMedicalApps took a closer look to find out which is the best annotating PDF reader for physicians. We tested the 10 most common PDF readers with a medical paper and assessed their ease of use, reading features, price and annotating abilities.
Pocket Eye Exam is a good enough app that lets you carry around visual acuity tests in addition to other tests.
The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide features up-to-date, authoritative, evidenced-based information on the treatment of infectious diseases to help you make decisions at the point of care. The guide breaks down details of diagnosis, drug indications, dosing, pharmacokinetics, side effects and interactions, pathogens, management and vaccines into easily accessible, frequently-updated, quick-read entries. Unbound Medicine develops mobile […]
Recently at CES 2014, iHealth Lab, a subsidiary of Andon Health, presented three new continuous monitoring wearable health devices
“Physiology at a Glance” is a good textbook but is it a good app?
Today we will take a look at NeuroSlice, an app developed by Dr. Sanjay Manohar.
The Spot Dx app is a Radiology application designed to help medical students develop skills for making a quick assessment of clinical data and to arrive at the appropriate diagnosis.
Diagnose is a medical app available for both Android and iOS that attempts to aid physicians in the difficult task of providing evidence based diagnosis through the use of pre- and post-test probabilities and likelihood ratios.
CDC STD Tx app is great for providing information about treatments and you can certainly trust its contents.
Review of the ICEBlueButton In Case of Emergency Android medical app by Humetrix.
Review of the Touch Surgery app to explore any potential uses it may have for medical students and professionals.
This review will analyze bodyxq heart for Android to ascertain its usefulness for patients.