The PreRound Translator app has mutliple useful medical phrases and questions in over 30 languages, perfect for limited patient interviews.
Best pediatric medical apps for pediatricians
The nearly $5 million investment in Exco Intouch is yet another positive sign for mobile health, particularly in clinical trials where it could significantly lower costs and improve quality.
The Little Blue Book app is a useful resource for finding non-clinical information for providers and patients, similar to the Yellow Pages.
A review of an app containing a large collection of dermatologic images
A review of the 5-Minute Clinical Consult medical app for BlackBerry phones.
A small trial comparing a medical app to a traditional reference shows reduced errors and improved accuracy in an emergency simulation.
A native iOS App for the popular UpToDate reference Comes to the iPhone. Check out the iMedicalApps review.
Pediatric Emergency Drugs is designed to be a quick med list calculator for pediatric emergencies. It is designed deal with pediatric emergencies where clinicians have the challenge of not only determining the proper drugs to use, but also to get the dosage right by age.
An inside look at the latest POC-IT guide from Johns Hopkins covering all aspects of diabetes, complications, clinical management and associated conditions
The story of how a medical student partnered with physicians and a hospital to created a free, evidence based guideline app for the iPhone. We also do an in-depth review of this app.
MediBabble Translator has set a new standard in regards to medical translation apps with some innovative features — and it’s free!
The idea of Scutsheet is to replace the notecards many students and residents still carry, one for each patient. Patient data is entered manually and, as of now, cannot be shared with other doctors. For anticipating how tablets may actually be used at the bedside and for creating a visually beautiful app, we should congratulate the makers the Scutsheet.