This is the home edition of the Merck Manual app made for people without healthcare experience. It aims to help improve the doctor patient relationship. We reviewed the professional edition of this application in one of our prior reviews.
This is a great productivity app linked to Google Tasks. Other than traditional medical applications, we we will also review productivity applications that could be benefiical in the daily lives of medical professionals.
This app is free, fun to use, and useful at the same time. You can zoom, rotate, and manipulate the images in a 3D fashion.
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”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.