Natural Standard Herb & Supplement Guide: An Evidence-Based Reference is an app developed by Elsevier that attempts to provides high-quality, up-to-date, information about herbs and other supplements.
Tag: android apps for doctors
We interviewed Divya Dhar on her experience on going from clinical medicine towards bringing Seratis to fruition in the digital health industry
The “Spirometry Interpreter & COPD Treatment” application is a tool to help medical professionals interpret spirometry results and suggest treatment based on COPD severity
Pocket Eye Exam is a good enough app that lets you carry around visual acuity tests in addition to other tests.
The Spot Dx app is a Radiology application designed to help medical students develop skills for making a quick assessment of clinical data and to arrive at the appropriate diagnosis.
Review of the Touch Surgery app to explore any potential uses it may have for medical students and professionals.
Pain management pocketcards almost gets it right. The app consists of a few genuinely useful reference cards, though, the user interface is somewhat of a let down.
Purpose of App Review To determine the usability and functionality of a medical reference and lab value app. Introduction 3 in 1 Lab Values + Medical Reference (herein referred to as 3 in 1), is an app that consists of three components: Lab Values, Medical Abbreviations, and Medical Prefix/Suffix. Each of these sections are essentially […]
Blood Pressure (My Heart) app for Android tracks blood pressure data provided by users and allow them to see trends in their data
Are you in need of a quality note-taking app with audio recording? Then this is not the app you want.
Anki is an app that uses spaced repetition and flash cards to help you learn
A recent article in the July issue of The Journal of Family Practice discusses the current and future impact of apps on family medicine practice.