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.
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This app aims to help you improve your CT reading skills. It can also be used during gross anatomy if your tests include cross sectional images of CT scans.
Every medical professional has used med mnemonics in their lives to help memorize the thousands of items of crucial material one needs to know in medicine. This app aims to help ease the trouble of figuring out medical mnemonics.
Hey everyone. First, we wanted to apologize for the lack of rapid updates to the site. Usually we like to get 3 to 4 reviews up per week. Unfortunately, we’ve both been extremely busy with our schedules and unable to post as frequently as we’d like to. Thankfully our guest contributors to the site have […]
These flashcards try to emulate the tangible Netter’s flash cards you can find at the bookstore. This app’s goal is to help you during the musculoskeletal section of gross anatomy.
OsiriX puts a small DICOM workstation in your pocket. This app was featured in one of Apple’s App Store commercials and allows you to view radiology images on your phone.
We have a copy of the just released Handbook of High-Risk Obstetrics app ($50), and we’ll be posting our review soon. Today is the last day for the AnatomyLab App giveaway. We have a few contestants so far, so if you want a chance to get this $10 app for free sign up before midnight. […]
This app is aimed at improving patient and healthcare provider communication. The app includes massive amounts of pictures showing different pathologies. The most key feature included are the short concise videos that can be used to explain medical diseases to patients.
Courtesy of AnatomyLab.com, we’ll be giving away one free copy of their AnatomyLab Application (usual price is $9.99). We just reviewed this app in our prior post, and from our review you can tell it’s not just an app for students, but can be used by a host of healthcare providers. You can find it […]
Walk yourself through a complete dissection of a cadaver. This app definitely has a “cool” factor in addition to the obvious utility it provides to medical students while studying for gross anatomy.
Our list of the Top 7 Medical Apps for the iPhone