Respiratory Diseases from Focus Medica is a horrible app. It’s filled with a lot of “fluff,” but seriously lacks in the core content department. The app is barely suitable to be used by the average layman, and medical professionals and students should definitely pass on this one. Additionally, the developers are also charging $7.33 to even use the app.
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Hypertense patients can benefit from having a journal that helps them keep track of their BP, this app can do that job.
Now, hard study alone won’t help you see as you must train your eye in pattern recognition to distinguish all tissue samples, so it’s common practice for students to resort to atlases–which is why an Histology Atlas app is a good idea–or is it? Today we’ll take a look at an app developed by Italy-based Cansav Soft, a company founded in 2010 who develops mobile solutions for Android most of which are health related.
Introduction CellAtlas is a guide to blood cell morphology that contains mini lectures and a cell image database that could prove to be useful to students. CellAtlas is a product from CellaVision, a medical technology company who develops and markets products for the health care sector. Their product line includes systems for automatic blood cell […]
UpToDate has given us an amazingly designed Android app that works wonderfully and its user experience may even surpass its website counterpart’s.
Learning to recognize heart and lung sounds is tricky but this app won’t help you do that
Rad-Rx, from the radiology group Quantum Imaging & Therapeutic Associates, Inc, is a simple app that provides guidelines and recommendations on contrast material administration and contrast reaction treatments based off of American College of Radiology’s guidelines.
Medical Dictionary Android app that provides a comprehensive view of medical terminology but lacks strong authority and transparency
Keeping up on drug shortages can often be overwhelming for most practitioners. RxShortages is a app dedicated to keeping providers updated on current drug shortages in the US through information available from the FDA and ASHP.
Tired of studying? Hone your clinical skills by solving real life Clinical Cases. Turn your smartphone into the Emergency Room and test your knowledge.
Free BNF drug information for the NHS from NICE
“Learn Muscles: Anatomy” from Read Bodywork provides a clean and user-friendly interface that delivers concise and to-the-point information on muscles of the human body with a rich multimedia experience. However, the app does lack in clinically relevant information that hinders its usefulness for medical students or health care providers.