Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR) is an Android app which allows quick access to OTC and prescription drug mongraphs, including interactions and side effects.
Tag: android apps for physicians
Anatomy Heart Lecture contains anatomy audio lessons with visual cues that might come handy to medical students.
An instant-answer guide you can turn to for on-the-spot treatment of poisoning and drug overdose
A useful app to get several journal news in one place. Specially useful to cardiologists.
Chemistry Lab Suite contains calculations, formulas, general information, and other interactive and dynamic tools for professionals in the lab setting
Learning to auscultate is always tricky but this app can be of good use.
A mobile attempt to solve the Electronic Medical Records situation for Android, called Patient Records Doctor ON GO is reviewed.
If you are looking to spend a couple of minutes practicing your cardiology skills and being entertained then look no further.
AHRQ ePSS helps clinicians to better assess the screening, counseling, and medication services and treatments appropriate for their patients. Users can enter their patient’s information on the homescreen form and get results on the following screen broken down by the grade of recommendation (A, B, C, D, or I).
No need to struggle finding information on genetic conditions, this app can provide a quick reference on common and rare disorders.
This First Aid app is an attempt to extend on that spirit and provide advise on emergency situations to the average untrained person.
Ultrasoundpaedia literally brings part of their online educational resources to the Android platform with their series of webapp-esque ultrasound apps. Vascular Ultrasound, one representing app from their series, although nicely ported to the android smartphone, but because of poor navigation design, formatting issues, and absent content compared to the Ultrasoundpaedia’s website really discourages its use.