Human Bones (lite) offers an easy way for medical students to learn about bone structure and key definitions. A pay-for version is available with enhanced features.
Author: Antonio DeRosa
The Android app environment has changed drastically over the past couple of years. The rise in app numbers has contributed to this, but it’s still far from perfect.
Doctor At Home is an app consisting of at-home remedies for commonly found diseases, illness and their symptoms. Contains mostly herbal and natural remedy information.
Infusion Nurse is developed by a nurse for nurses dealing with infusions and medicine. Calculates dose, volume, dilution, and infusion rates.
Refer to Pocket Atlas of Anatomy for detailed illustrations and informative definitions of anatomical entities. Geared toward the medical student but can also be used by clinicians and researchers for quick reference
ACC Pocket Guidelines provides users and clinicians with guidelines, tool, references, and other important applications used by professionals in the field of cardiology
Chemistry Lab Suite contains calculations, formulas, general information, and other interactive and dynamic tools for professionals in the lab setting
PLoS ONE To Go promises to deliver updated references on specified research areas but instead falls short and contains broken feeds
Search Google Scholar’s database on your mobile device with Scholar Droid for Android. Equipped with bookmarking, linking, and downloading capabilities
Emergency Medical Spanish Guide Lite (EMSG) delivers Spanish language audio to patients during emergency medical situations
Really simple syndication (RSS) feeds help WHO keep users up-to-date on the latest news items broken down by broad category
Electrocardiogram ECG Types is an Android app most useful for students as a learning tool, though it is unclear where information is coming from