Today we will take a look at NeuroSlice, an app developed by Dr. Sanjay Manohar.
Tag: Apps for Medical Students
Epocrates is again giving away its popular Epocrates Essentials App for free to qualified medical students. This promotion is for a limited time and represents a $159 value.
Human Bones (lite) offers an easy way for medical students to learn about bone structure and key definitions. A pay-for version is available with enhanced features.
This simple, free medical app is an excellent resource for medical students and residents learning basic medical procedures.
Learning to auscultate is always tricky but this app can be of good use.
This is an app review of Lab Guide, a lab values educational app developed by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo.
Visible Body has recently released a new app called Skeleton Premium 2 which aims to improve anatomical understanding of the skeleton.
If your CBC, ABG and CMP are giving you trouble why not try MedLab Tutor? A tutor in your pocket.
NP’s Heart ECG Handbook attempts to educate users and even “medical doctors” on ECG interpretation, but fails miserably. Other than the nicely designed scrolling of ECG strips, there is really nothing positive about this app. Not only is limited in its ECG library, but the app is filled with confusing or even incorrect information.
This is a review of Pretest Pediatrics, a study app for third year pediatrics clerkship and the USMLE Step 2 CK.
As part of their back to school promotion, Epocrates, is giving away its popular Epocrates Essentials App for free to qualified medical students.
This is an app review of Rapid Obstetrics and Gynaecology, a medical reference app for iPhone and iPad.