A “visual diagnostic decision support system” which helps clinicians diagnose rashes and other skin lesions. Produces a “visual differential” on the basis of findings entered by the user. One of our favorites!
AirStrip Technologies was founded in 2003 by Dr. Cameron Powell, an ObGyn from San Antonio TX, and his partner Trey Moore, who is the software architect behind the products. Their first product, AirStrip OB was launched in 2005 and received FDA clearance in 2006. It allows for a physician to view the real-time fetal heart […]
A versatile app covering 27 common procedures that are used by primary care providers. This application is packed with videos, images, and text.
As a clinician are you following best-evidence guidelines for managing your patients with low back pain?
As a patient, how is you doctor managing your low back pain?
We review Low Back Pain Clinical Management Guidelines app from Clinically Relevant Technologies.
This is a review of the iPhone medical app, Procedures Hospital Collection. This app uses extensive multimedia to teach you 15 key medical procedures.
This Medical Apps is aimed at helping health care professionals diagnose and treat STDs. The User Interface for the app is cumbersome, but the app makes up for it in various ways.
This is an in-depth review of the 4 different versions of Epocrates available for the iPhone and iPod Touch
This first aid app is produced in conjunction with the American Heart Association, the organization in charge of determining standard of care related to many acute health issues, such as CPR. We take an in depth look at this app, and highlight how it was actively used in the Haiti earthquake to survive critical injuries.
This Step 1 USMLE Q-bank application is significantly cheaper that its competitors and contains 300 USMLE style questions.
Campbell’s Operative Orthopedics is a cornerstone of any orthopedic surgeon’s library. This book has been transformed to an iPhone / iPod Touch Application, providing a crucial method for orthopedic providers to access the knowledge in the Campbell’s text.
This is a review of the Harrison’s Manual of Medicine App, done by MedHand. There is also a version of this application available through Skyscape and Unbound Medicine in the app store. The MedHand version is the only one that does not require a subscription service and is stand alone.
Review of Evidence Central, an app that gives the user access to a number of respected medical references for up-to-date recommendations.