Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Brian Wu PhD
Gastroenterologists can now track stents that are placed in patients using an app.
Review of CF Buzz, a medical app for patients who have Cystic Fibrosis.
Medtronic has launched a virtual reality medical app for their abdominal aortic aneurysm repair stent.
This could be an an essential tool when dealing with patients who have radiation poisoning.
Pediatric Dental Rx is a great resource for dentists and primary care doctor who are prescribing medications to the pediatric population.
A great tool to learning how to perform arterial blood gas draws and how to interpret them.
The University of Michigan’s SCI Hard gaming app is designed to help pediatric patients cope with spinal cord injuries.
@Point of Care is utilizing IBM Watson in their medical apps.
A digital support group for cancer patients
A must download for ENT physicians.
NHS Education for Scotland has a series of medical apps that range from neonatal resuscitation to managing polypharmacy abuse.
A great preoperative app for patients to use before surgeries.
The National Kidney Foundation has a great set of free medical apps for physicians and patients.
The Chem 7 medical app has an innovative interface that we haven’t seen before.
The Assess Spasticity app helps determine if patients are candidates for Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy.
Parent Pal is a medical app that helps tracks a child’s development through illnesses.
WHO releases ELENAmobile app, a free nutritional guidelines app.
The Hydrocephalous Procedure app teaches a new surgery technique from Stanford using 3D simulation.
A fantastic child heart surgery app by Stanford for patient education and teaching.