PoopMD enables parents to take pictures of their child’s stool and have it analyzed.
Tag: apps for pediatricians
The Academy of Pediatrics is missing an opportunity in the public health space with the pricing of their apps.
The pediatric quick reference app does pediatric vitals, dosages and equipment guidelines
This bedside reference medical app is for those taking care of emergent pediatric illnesses. The interface is easy to navigate, but the information contained in the app is limited.
This is an app review of Kidometer, which contains normal vital signs, lab values, and more for pediatricians.
This is a review of the Pedi QuikCalc app, a medical calculator and reference app for physicians treating pediatric patients.
A user-review of the Porter’s Pediatric ALS app for iPhone by a third year medical student. The app is based on William Porter’s well-revered ALS book in print.
An app review of the Harriet Lane Handbook for Mobile, a decent adaptation of a classic pediatric reference and a great pediatric formulary
This article reviews PediCalc, a decent one-touch pediatric drug dosage calculator that allows customization of medications and dosages.
A look at features of Pediatrics, an app powered by Texterity that allows pediatric providers to access the latest abstracts and articles in pediatrics.
An app review for Peds Meds, an app that streamlines pediatric prescribing by calculating drug dosages based on user preferences.
by: Sumeet Banker, MD, MPH Anyone who has taken care of children knows that rashes are ubiquitous and can often be the bane of one’s practice. Children acquire rashes for seemingly everything, from benign viral exanthems to chronic systemic diseases and even acute life-threatening emergencies. Appropriate identification and treatment of skin findings in children can […]