A quick point of care tool for physicians to get treatment pathways for patients they are actively seeing.
Author: Iltifat Husain, MD
Data on the frequency, type, popularity and perceptions of 11 common clinical apps used in the healthcare setting was collected from 731 medical students using an anonymous, 18-question Web-based survey in a cross-sectional study by Quant et al in the US.1 The apps included in this survey were Epocrates, UpToDate, VisualDx, DynaMed, Diagnosaurus, Lexicomp, Eponymns, […]
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