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This app aims to help you improve your CT reading skills. It can also be used during gross anatomy if your tests include cross sectional images of CT scans.
There are some price drops happening on some of the medical apps made by Modality. The drops are on some of their "study apps". The apps included are all the Pre-Test versions, First Aid Q&A for USMLE Step 1, Lange Q&A: USMLE Step 3 and USMLE Step 2 CK. The prices of these apps are […]
In this review we take four different lab value apps and put them head to head against each other.
Find out who comes out on top!
Every medical professional has used med mnemonics in their lives to help memorize the thousands of items of crucial material one needs to know in medicine. This app aims to help ease the trouble of figuring out medical mnemonics.
An app that takes physical diagnosis to a portable level, with a focus on orthopedic / musculoskeletal physical exam maneuvers.
Hey everyone. First, we wanted to apologize for the lack of rapid updates to the site. Usually we like to get 3 to 4 reviews up per week. Unfortunately, we’ve both been extremely busy with our schedules and unable to post as frequently as we’d like to. Thankfully our guest contributors to the site have […]
Quest Diagnositics announced today that computer users of their Care360 ePrescibing program can now use the iPhone and iPod touch to prescribe medications and look at lab results for their patients. They are also offering a six month risk free trial to healthcare providers. The app is called Care360 Physician Portal.
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.