Our goal is to provide a site that allows the medical community an information hub to medical applications that are actually beneficial in practice. If you’d like to contribute to this goal and submit a review of a medical or healthcare application to this site, email us. We welcome nurses, PAs, physicians, medical students, and […]
There’s a nice article from the San Francisco Chronicle about the medical app mVisum, and how it was developed. The app is actually a product of the VA. It was originally made for the blackberry, but recently has been available for the iPhone. The article doesn’t mention the iPhone compatibility though. Dr. Shroff and her […]
Courtesy of Dr. Joslin, we’ll be giving away 3 promotional codes (free copies) of his newly updated Joslin Chest Atlas Medical App to the first 30 people to participate in the giveaway (usual price is $14.99). We just reviewed this innovative app in our prior post, and we’re definitely fans of the medical app. The […]
This app aims to help healthcare providers improve their ability to read chest x-rays. It is also aimed at students and residents learning how to read chest x-rays. The app presents key examples of chest films with explanations.
This is a pediatric medication dosing tool. The app’s goal is to help you calculate pediatric dosing in a quicker fashion than by using traditional medication calculators.
A new healthcare app just released on the market claims to treat seasonal depression, called BluWave. Dr. Grohol has an entertaining read about how this app is a bit dubious. He gives great clinical research data, and how the makers use shady research to market this device. The app claims to use "Light Emitting Diode […]
Rumors of an Apple tablet have been all over the place during the past few weeks. Although Apple is notorious for pulling off clandestine product launches, the consensus appears to be that Apple will launch a tablet early next year. With the $19 billion dollars from the stimulus package set aside exclusively for electronic medical […]
Medical Abbreviations are great to use in practice, but they can be a hassle to learn when you’re new to healthcare. This app contains thousands of medical abbreviations so you don’t have to feel so clueless when you’re starting in the wards.
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We have a copy of the just released Handbook of High-Risk Obstetrics app ($50), and we’ll be posting our review soon. Today is the last day for the AnatomyLab App giveaway. We have a few contestants so far, so if you want a chance to get this $10 app for free sign up before midnight. […]
Fish4Health is a free application that provides fish information for pregnant and nursing women. This app is particularly useful for all the Obstetrics providers who get asked about fish consumption by their pregnant patients. Purdue University provides a lot of the information about this application (fish4health.net), so it has a solid academic backing. The application […]
This app is aimed at improving patient and healthcare provider communication. The app includes massive amounts of pictures showing different pathologies. The most key feature included are the short concise videos that can be used to explain medical diseases to patients.