The Prescriber’s Letter is a great medical app to keep up to date on evidence based practice related to prescribing medications.
Tag: drug reference app
Student Formulary is a useful app for medical students although the lack of dosing means that it is perhaps more useful for those at the beginning of medical school.
In lieu of the FDA’s recent inquiry into the uCheck urine analyzer app, it appears Apple might be tightening restrictions on medical app developers. It appears that a number of developers have struggled recently to get medical applications into the App Store with the reason below being cited. Below is the response developers have told […]
Skyscape has recently developed Omnio, a new app for the iPad, that has the same clinical references, but offers more customization for user preferences.
5 question interview with Lexicomp on their mobile app suite and developments they are undergoing.
Micromedex Drug Interaction app is a straightforward mobile reference for healthcare practitioners working with medications on a daily basis. This app can help identify and manage potential issues that may come up in daily practice. The app is easy to use.
Give Lexi-Comp Android app a try for on the go general drug and institutional formulary information. The calculator generates dosing standards and interactions can be analyzed
Patient.co.uk is a fantastic website for clinicians to refer too. The mobile app seems to be plagued with problems and is not as useful as the website due to uncertain in-app purchases and the addition of advertisements which quite frankly ruin the credibility and appeal of any medical app.
Top 300 Drug Flashcards initial app attempts to do too many things at once for students studying pharmacology, but stumbles at the lofty goals
MPR’s Drugs and Bugs provides information regarding antibiotic sensitivity for a comprehensive list of pathogens and antibiotics, but falls short in utility in the clinical setting
Drug.com’s app for consumers provides the same content as the website, but the pricing may outweigh the app’s utility.