Finally, the most popular iPhone medical app, Medscape, comes to the Android platform. Did we mention the application is free?
The best free iPhone medical app is now customized for the iPad. Medscape brings it’s comprehensive drug reference tool, drug interaction checker, disease and condition reference guide, procedures manual, CME activities, and medical news to the iPad.
Pocket Atlas of emergency ultrasound is a great medical apps for those looking to improve their ultrasound skills in the acute care setting.
Eponyms app offers a solid free medical database reference tool for Android phone users.
Pocket Derm is a nice, simple app for people interested in learning about some common skin conditions. If you have access or a subscription to a more robust disease database app, you may no need for this app.
The color atlas of family medicine textbook gets customized for mobile form on the iPhone and iPad – and could be one of the best textbook to mobile conversion stories yet.
A look into the famous “red book” carried by medical students and internal medicine residents – Can the medical app on the android replace the famous text?
Nuance, the makers of the popular desktop dictation software, Dragon Medical Dictation, have just released their first mobile medical app – Dragon Medical Mobile Search. The app allows clinicians to search online medical content on their iPhone using their voice.
VisualDx Mobile for the iPad provides a rich database of high quality dermatological images easily searchable by clinical and visual features.
In depth review of an android medical app that helps med students answer tough questions on the wards.
While some calculators focus on a specific subset of medicine, the Archimedes Android app aims to be an all inclusive calculator, with over 200 equations (review).
The New England Journal of Medicine iPhone app is here – and for a limited time, the content is free!