A great iPad medical app for expecting mothers to use, could even be used during pre-natal visits to show patients how their pregnancy is progressing.
STATWordUP is a medical decision support tool available for the iPhone – It has potential but is not yet robust enough for clinical practice
This app will work on all smartphones via the web browser, and is a medical reference tool that helps you look up drug information, interactions, and other medical reference information.
Medscape’s iPhone medical app is a must have for health care providers. We look at the app in depth and explain why.
Skyscape applications are now on the iPad. Check out the pictures to see how their application looks on the larger screen.
iAnnotate PDF is an exciting app for the iPad, and is great for reading medical literature, however, in the current iteration of the application, there are some pitfalls to be weary of.
We review this classic pocket reference text, now in iPhone form. Its definitely got all the detail and brevity that makes the pocket version great. But is it a great app?
Here we review Skyscape’s 5-Minute Clinical Consult, an iPhone and iPad app which really delivers comprehensive, useful information to the clinician when its needed most.
This app is a mobile version of the extremely popular washington manual of medical therapeutics. Extremely useful for call nights and when on the wards.
We do a review of Lexi-Complete, the first big time medical reference company to step into the made for iPad app arena. We’re a bit surprised Epocrates and Medscape have yet to push out a iPad customized app, but check out what we thought of Lexi-Comp.
Hands on Review of the iPad – From a health care users perspective
Top 5 Medical Apps for the Upcoming iPad