Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: P.J. Lally MD
A evidence based app that teaches providers how to discuss sensitive issues with patients.
Review of the CDC’s GBS app for ob/gyn and family medicine
A review of Pocket PeX, app that helps teach physical exams.
A great app from helping formulate a differential diagnosis based on a patient’s symptoms.
Find out in our review whether this is the POC reference you’ve been looking for
Psych on demand app allows physicians to securely use their phone to administer psychiatry questionnaires
Review of Family Practice Notebook, an app that started out on the palm pilot.
A interview with Dr Steven Lin, the physician app developer, regarding his process
BiliCalc Pediatric Medical App makes bilirubin calculations simple
Review of best iphone code blue and acls medical apps
Kidometer and Pedi QuickCalc are essential quick reference pediatric medical apps
Regional anesthesia iPhone medical app review on anticoagulation guidelines
Ilithyia wants to be your point-of-care clinic prenatal app
SnapDx helps physicians translate likelihood ratios into pre and post test probability
Quick reference app for optho complaints
Although we reviewed ICU Notes last year, the authors have done a significant revision.As such, we wanted to follow up on their hard work.
This is a post reviewing the glascow coma scale medical app for iphone
The UBC Med Formulary app is designed to follow the University of British Columbia’s pharmacology curricula with drugs searchable by Class
The amount of review packed into the Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology Flashcards app is fabulous and extremely high yield.
Diagnostic Radiology strives to perfect the textbook style introductory application.