Merry Christmas everyone! The iMedical Apps Team has been busy with holiday traveling and festivities, so our apologies on the infrequent updates this past week. In the Christmas spirit, we’re giving away 10 promo codes each for two USMLE study apps. Continue on for promo codes for these USMLE study apps.
The Wall Street Journal has a great article mentioning most of the current mobile electronic personal health records for the iPhone and how they are being used. The article talks about the usefulness of these mobile records and also tells of some of their pitfalls. One of the biggest pitfalls mentioned is how users have […]
Review of the iRadiology App, a learning tool with a catalog of over 500 radiology cases designed to help medical students and residents improve their plain film,CT, and MRI reading skills. The cases are derived from Dr. Gillian Lieberman, who is the currently Director of Harvard Medical Student training and Associate Director of the Residency Program at Beth Israel Medical Center. In this review we’ll discuss the application further and also show you how to turn on the “Zoom” feature built into the iPhone that will enable you to improve the utility of this medical app.
To our readers: We will be providing commentary and short reviews to medpagetoday.com two or three times a month. We feel honored to be included in their short list of talented and well respected bloggers. The following is a little clip from our first post titled, Optimizing Your Medical Practice Experience with the iPod Touch. […]
Review of FDA Drugs App, which provides the usual drug data of other references with the added wrinkly of providing FDA drug approval information as well.
We’re currently still waiting to see when Apple will attempt to directly link its mobile devices to possible health care monitoring devices. Although AirStip OB provides some sort of monitoring system, its still not an example of a completely mobile one. This might be changing with Apple’s increasing interest in the fitness arena, especially in […]
With our post today of the ECG Interpreter, we’ve reviewed three of the main ECG Apps in the App Store. The following are the links to each. We also plan on having a comprehensive review comparing the three to each other. Each app has it’s positives and negatives, but if you read into our posts, […]
Review of the ECG Interpreter App, a learning tool that provides practice in interpreting a variety of ECG’s.
The free applications covered in this post include: A Framingham Scale, Drug Trials App, and A Radiology App
The big Apple buzz right now is how Apple has busted the company Molinker for having fraudulent reviews of its 1000+ applications in the App Store. This scam was initially posted on iPhoneography. The Molinker developer had many applications in the photography section of the App Store, which is why iPhoneography, a photography and videography […]
To our readers: Just wanted to give everyone a heads up. As I’m sure everyone knows by now, most of our medical app reviews are based on the iPhone / iPod Touch platform, but we have some exciting news. We’re planning to roll out medical app reviews of Android based applications as well as our […]
This simple applications attempts to help you keep track of your CMEs.