Best Android medical apps for physicians
Author: Tejas Ozarkar
NSTEMI Risks is an app that calculates GRACE In-hospital and NSTEMI risk scores to help you determine the most appropriate course of action for your patients quickly.
Doctor’s Note is an iOS app that quickly creates a back to school/back to work note for your patients.
MediCalc is a free iOS medical app that includes hundreds of medical calculators
The Color Atlas of Family Medicine is an app that brings the same content of the textbook at the tips of your fingers.
OSCE Skills is an app that focuses on teaching physical exam skills to medical students.
COPD is a free app developed by Projects in Knowledge; it is a medical text that offers free CME available on the iPhone and iPad.
Ringadoc is an affordable answering service geared towards healthcare providers.
Wound Care is an iOS app that serves as a guide for wound dressings.
Scrambl is an iOS app that tries to help those who are in the SOAP by aggregating general data about programs quickly. This app only includes information about Internal Medicine programs.
An app review of PICU Question of the Day, which is an iOS app that generates a new board review style pediatric critical care question everyday.
Chemotherapy Advisor is an app that focuses on chemotherapeutic agent dosing and instructions and other oncology news.
VB Knee is an iPad app that includes videos, figures and animations covering surgical techniques for the Medtronic Aquamantys Total Knee Athroplasty System.
Assist Me With Inhalers is a patient centered app that instructs patients on how to use their inhaler and it will even set a reminder for them to take scheduled treatments.
BrainAttack is an iOS app that quickly guides users through inclusion and exclusion criteria of administering tPA to stroke patients.
CMS ICD is an iOS app that helps users determine if their patients meet criteria to be covered for a defibrillator
CT Anatomy is an app that uses a full body CT to teach anatomy.
Neurology Flashcards is an iOS app that tests over basic concepts of neuroradiology.
MUC is an app that teaches users about musculoskeletal ultrasound and how to recognize and appreciate certain structures on ultrasound.
This is an app review of two ACCP iPad apps: Broch+ and 3D Bronch. The apps include videos and 3D interactive figures pertaining to bronchoscopy.
This is an app review for AESCULAP OrthoPilot, an iPhone app that has videos and descriptions for some AESCULAP orthopedic implants.