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.
If you want an app that helps make your call nights easier than check this out. The purpose of this app is to help you ask the right questions and offer the correct protocol when you’re on call and presented with patients in acute distress.
There has been a flurry of H1N1 applications, and they are all a bit hard to differentiate. There is a notable app that was recently released. The app, HMSMobile Swine Flu Center, was developed by Harvard Medical School and costs $1.99. This is the first Swine Flu App in the App Store with a big-time […]
This past week Reuters reported on how Zargis Medical(auscultation software) was cleared as a developer for iPhone apps and more importantly, peripherals for the iPhone. The following is a quote from Zargis Medical in the article: The future of healthcare delivery is about connectivity and mobility. Zargis’ expertise in computer-aided auscultation and our advanced medical […]
This app utilizes the advanced graphics of the iPhone and is a good learning tool for cardiac anatomy and physiology. The 3D manipulation of this app is similar to the 3D brain app, making it fun to use while you’re learning.
A tool for those learning how to do various musculoskeletal procedures. This application is packed with text, pictures, and videos of actual procedures being done. This is the sister application of another app we reviewed, Procedures Consult: Internal Medicine.
The developer of USMLE Buzz Flash Cards App, Andrew Yu, has graciously given us some promo codes to distribute to our readers. We’re in the process of reviewing this application, but so far we really like it. These flashcards are quick hitting facts that are high yield and useful for Step 1. I’d compare them […]
MacVideo has an excellent article on an imaging technology that is in the works for the iPhone. It’s called ViSUS and being developed by the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute at the University of Utah, now a hotbed for mobile imagining applications. They’ve also developed the ImageVis3D Mobile app and the now famous AnatomyLab App. […]
This application has a focused purpose, teaching you how to put in a subclavian line. The key part of this application is a full video showing the procedure from start to finish. Compared to other procedure applications that contain a variety of procedures, this app distinguishes itself by it’s low cost.