The iMedicalapps team picks some of the most useful apps available for the iPhone and Android to help third year medical students during their clerkships.
Best medical apps for Family Medicine and for primary care physicians.
Usantine Medica, creator of some of our favorite medical textbook apps, brings the Fitzpatrick Dermatology color atlas to life — we provide an in depth review.
Android medical app review of Pregnancy Medication & Safety — an app that allows physicians and patients to get more information on drugs that could be harmful for pregnancy.
While often asymptomatic, A-Fib can lead to palpitations, chest pain, syncope, heart failure, and even stroke. Managing A-Fib can be complicated and challenging for clinicians. Fortunately, there’s an app for that. Here we review the QxMD AF Guide, an Atrial Fibrillation Reference for physicians, available for the iPhone.
MediBabble Translator has set a new standard in regards to medical translation apps with some innovative features — and it’s free!
Here we review the Clot Rx App for the iPhone and iPad from Insight Therapeutics, an app that attempts to “provide the busy practitioner with quick access to information on the use of antithrombotic agents.”
FRAX is a very simple app that brings the WHO Fracture Risk Assessment Tool to your phone. Extra features include the option to save and email data and a PIN for security.
The best free iPhone Medical Apps for Doctors, medical students, and other health care professionals.
The color atlas of family medicine textbook gets customized for mobile form on the iPhone and iPad – and could be one of the best textbook to mobile conversion stories yet.
The NY Times has a great article about the various medication reminder applications available for the iPhone, Android operating system, and for the Blackberry.
Residency Rater is a neat app for students to organize and expand their thoughts about family medicine residency programs.
VisualDx Mobile for the iPad provides a rich database of high quality dermatological images easily searchable by clinical and visual features.