Emergency Medical Spanish Guide Lite (EMSG) delivers Spanish language audio to patients during emergency medical situations
Tag: android apps for doctors
Really simple syndication (RSS) feeds help WHO keep users up-to-date on the latest news items broken down by broad category
SciVerse Scopus Alerts allows users to create alerts for whole searches or individual citations. Also has the ability to mark articles as favorites for later reference
These apps use high quality graphics and interactive activities to teach and simulate clinical skills.
The GI Hep app for Android contains lists of references on different topics and journals pertaining to the areas of gastroenterology and hepatology
Search Orkov app for Android to get references on a research topic. Ability to download the PDF of free content and email results lists is a plus.
iMedicine Review might have some use if you are looking for a quick practice on the bus ride home but it has little to offer for a more in-depth approach.
Messil’s app, “MD on Call,” finally reaches the Android platform. A perfect app to guide and help the desperate and inexperienced intern or resident.
Hipposoft has stepped up their game and brought Android users probably their best app to date, “Lab Values + Medical Reference.” Lab Values+ is basically a combination of 3 different medical references. Users will be able to find lab reference values, medical abbreviations, and medical prefixes and suffixes all on one app.
NeuroSlice is a great supplement to textbooks and functions well as a quick review for students preparing for neuroanatomy classes.
Medical Dictionary Android app that provides a comprehensive view of medical terminology but lacks strong authority and transparency
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in the UK has an Android app that is every bit as useful and functional as its desktop counterpart. It’s easy to navigate, browse, and download guidelines from NICE with this handy app and there are no hindrances to access.