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.
This app aims to help healthcare providers improve their ability to read chest x-rays. It is also aimed at students and residents learning how to read chest x-rays. The app presents key examples of chest films with explanations.
This is a pediatric medication dosing tool. The app’s goal is to help you calculate pediatric dosing in a quicker fashion than by using traditional medication calculators.
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.
This app is aimed at improving patient and healthcare provider communication. The app includes massive amounts of pictures showing different pathologies. The most key feature included are the short concise videos that can be used to explain medical diseases to patients.