Best Android medical apps for physicians
iMedicalApps recently interviewed Stacey Chang, Associate Partner and Director of Health & Wellness at IDEO, on what he sees in mobile health technologies and what healthcare professionals — physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and even medical students — should ask themselves when crafting their own apps.
The Papers3 app builds on the Papers mobile app with additional features and a redesigned user interface
The SpotCheck 2 app was developed to allow users to send their “spots” to dermatologists for their review and advice
Davis’s Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests medical app provides guide on counseling and collecting tests
The UCSF NeuroExam Tutor medical apps seeks to help providers master screening and comprehensive neurologic exams
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.
You can now access key ACOG resources through the ACOG app.
The PubChase medical literature app aims to provide a “smarter way” to search biomedical literature, with cloud storage and organization capabilities.
The Cochrane Collaboration is a non-profit organization dedicated to organizing medical research in a systematic way in order to improve evidence-based medicine.
The ICD Sherpa app seeks to provide a quick-and-easy database of ICD-10 codes.
Participating in a medical code is a challenging and often chaotic experience. Simulation is an educational format well suited to teach and practice a systematic approach to the undifferentiated cardiac arrest patient. CPR game allows an individual to practice a simulated cardiac arrest scenario on an iPhone. The game is won by completing all “critical […]
Gout Channel is a patient education app designed to help teach patients on the pathophysiology of gout. The app is also seeks to help address risk factors that may lead to gout exacerbation’s and how to minimize these risks. Currently the app is available on the iOS and Android OS. However, the app has several limitations, including its user interface.
iMedicalApps have covered Inkling extensively in a range of articles focusing on the various advantages of interactive textbooks and ways in which these can help students achieve better grades. Inkling recently held a medical education webcast where they extensively previewed Inkling for iPad and the new Inkling for Web. Inkling for Web hold a number of […]