The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
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BrowZine is an app that allows you to browse your library’s journals on your mobile device.
Five startups will make their pitch to four cardiologists & an audience of 250 more
Read offers tools for browsing medical journals and for working with PDFs.
Industry leaders at Health 2.0 share the methods behind the madness.
Should ClinicalKey be your new bedside go-to reference for clinical questions?
Apple moves hint at important iOS digital health ecosystem principles & values
As a medical news app, MedPulse is an iPhone app that aggregates medical news.
iMedicalApps took a closer look to find out which is the best annotating PDF reader for physicians. We tested the 10 most common PDF readers with a medical paper and assessed their ease of use, reading features, price and annotating abilities.
Purpose of App Review to review the breadth and quality of questions to review utility of the app for studying for USMLE Step I Introduction So little time and so much to learn. We are always in search of a better, more efficient way to learn, remind, or cram all the information needed in order […]
The Papers3 app builds on the Papers mobile app with additional features and a redesigned user interface
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
Unbound Medicine’s Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests medical app seeks to provide health care providers who order tests a robust guide to medical tests and studies.
Med Mnemonics Flashcards medical app seeks to provide a one-stop resource for medical mnemonics of all sorts to help learners remember.
Medical education is increasingly about debate and discussion, not simply memorizing the latest facts. Here we comment on how apps can help apply that attitude to continuing medical education.
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.
The EBM Tools medical app seeks to provide this guidance via calculating post-test probability.
We take a close look at award-winning iBlueButton app and discuss it with Dr. Bettina Experton, founder and CEO of the company that developed the app. A #TEDMED 2013 find.