Best Android medical apps for physicians
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Researchers in Ireland evaluated the use of an Android smartphone app to increase patients’ activity levels, as measured by step count. Over the roughly two month period, they found a 22% increase in basal activity levels.
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University of Kansas researchers evaluated apps available for pediatric obesity against practice guidelines. While they found generally poor adherence among most, there were a few that rose to the top.
UCSB researchers have created the MEDIC device to drug concentrations and metabolism in real-time.
Pfizer announces plans to test Akili Lab’s Project:EVO app in clinical trials; the app is designed to detect deficits in executive functioning.
The Postnatal Depression Test Pro app provides an electronic version of the EDPS for perinatal care providers and their patients.
Siemens Hearing Test is a simple, quick app that provides screening for the need for further hearing assessment.
The SpotCheck 2 app was developed to allow users to send their “spots” to dermatologists for their review and advice
The UCSF NeuroExam Tutor medical apps seeks to help providers master screening and comprehensive neurologic exams
Smart pill boxes offer the opportunity to improve patient adherence to medications and may help reduce hospital readmissions for chronic diseases.
Med Mnemonics Flashcards medical app seeks to provide a one-stop resource for medical mnemonics of all sorts to help learners remember.
The Evidence Based Primary Care (EBPC) app aims to provide metrics and probability calculations for a large number of laboratory, imaging, symptoms, and physical findings.
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The EBM Tools medical app seeks to provide this guidance via calculating post-test probability.
Infusion Nurse is developed by a nurse for nurses dealing with infusions and medicine. Calculates dose, volume, dilution, and infusion rates.