The New England Journal of Medicine iPhone app is here – and for a limited time, the content is free!
Best medical apps for Family Medicine and for primary care physicians.
We review this classic pocket reference text, now in iPhone form. Its definitely got all the detail and brevity that makes the pocket version great. But is it a great app?
Top 5 Medical Apps for the Upcoming iPad
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!
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 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 the home edition of the Merck Manual app made for people without healthcare experience. It aims to help improve the doctor patient relationship. We reviewed the professional edition of this application in one of our prior reviews.
This is the professional edition of the Merck Manual app made for healthcare providers. Dr. Wodajo said the following while reviewing the application: “A medical encyclopedia that fits in your pocket”
A tool for those learning how to do various procedures. This application is packed with text, pictures, and videos of actual procedures being done. Examples of procedures demonstrated are thoracentesis, abdominal paracentesis, and many more. This is the sister application of another app we reviewed, Procedures Consult: Musculoskeletal.
This app is similar to the Speed Bones MD app we’ve reviewed, except it deals with only muscles, as the name implies. A great source for learning your gross anatomy muscles.