The developer of the Clinical Orthopedic Exam App has been gracious enough to give us promotional codes for the readers of our site. The App costs $39.99 regularly. We did a review of this app a few months ago that you should check out if you haven’t already. Read more to access the the promo […]
Recently, a post on the popular medical blog site KevinMD garnered a fair amount of attention with the provocative title “Why doctors should choose Google Android over the iPhone for medical apps”. It was posted on Oct 20, 2009 and was subsequently listed as one of the most popular posts for October on the highly […]
This is a great productivity app linked to Google Tasks. Other than traditional medical applications, we we will also review productivity applications that could be benefiical in the daily lives of medical professionals.
Imagine a rural screening center that has a technician taking snapshots of retinas and then uploading those pictures to a server that allows them to be viewed through an iPhone App for ophthalmologists to see. The ophthalmologist can comment on the picture, diagnose, and then formulate a plan if follow up treatment is necessary. This […]
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I’ve been sent multiple emails from friends and our readers about the iStetho Adaptor and iStethoscope Pro App combination for the iPhone. I saw this coming a few weeks ago in a prior post, but through a different avenue. In that post I thought the iPhone to stethoscope connection would first happen via a bluetooth […]
This app contains some of the same fun to use 3D animation we liked in the 3D Brain App, but lacks an essential component, labels for the Anatomy.
This app is free, fun to use, and useful at the same time. You can zoom, rotate, and manipulate the images in a 3D fashion.
This is the professional edition of the Merck Manual app made for healthcare providers. Dr. Wodajo said the following while reviewing the application: “A medical encyclopedia that fits in your pocket”
We’ve always been a big fan of Medical Radio, the free iPhone app from the folks over at ReachMD. The app is in our top 7 list of medical applications because of the great utility it provides to medical professionals. We actually reviewed an old version of this application, ReachMD CME awhile back. You can […]
MD on Call is a medical app aimed at interns, residents, and 3rd/4th year medical students. It’s a great app geared to help you with those 4am calls you get from nurses and is also a great reference for patient care in general. We did a full review of this app a few days back […]
This app does a great job of providing a large q-bank of over 4,000 flashcards. The questions are short, concise, and high yield. It’s basically like going through the short high yield questions at the end of First Aid. This app is meant for Step 1 studying.