This application enables you to search for Clinical Trials that might be suitable for your patients while you’re with them in the examination room. The content of this app is derived from clinicaltrials.gov.
As medical technology improves, common sense dictates it will become more innovative and sometimes even cheaper. Medical applications on a portable device are not new, remember the old school Palm PDA? It was a must have for physicians and medical students. Just the other day I saw an attending pull out one of those old […]
These flashcards try to emulate the tangible Netter’s flash cards you can find at the bookstore. This app’s goal is to help you during the musculoskeletal section of gross anatomy.
This is a simple application designed to help you do a quick stroke evaluation through the use of clinical coma and stroke scales.
This app contains 316 searchable flash cards that cover material covered on the USMLE step exams. These flash cards are not organized in the typical Q-bank fashion, rather have more of a focus on pathology.
This award winning app’s goal is to help you organize all the research papers you have collected over time. It can sync with a desktop version on the Mac, but can also run as a stand alone application.
Recently, I posted on a controversial healthcare application that claims to treat seasonal depression. In my post, I talked about the ridiculous app and wondered if the App Store approval process needed to be tweaked when it came to medical and healthcare apps. Then I started wondering if there are actual medical standards the App […]
Audio and text for over 3,000 spanish phrases. This massive directory is easily searchable and comes with an array of features.
OsiriX puts a small DICOM workstation in your pocket. This app was featured in one of Apple’s App Store commercials and allows you to view radiology images on your phone.
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 It was originally made for the blackberry, but recently has been available for the iPhone.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 […]