Rebel EM by AgileMD is an app that takes the website RebelEM and organizes the content into easy to ease, point-of-care accessible information. The website RebelEM was founded by Salim Rezaie MD and is run by a group of academic Emergency Medicine physicians. The website provides great blog posts that are peer reviewed, and focus […]
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The PEER VIII app for iOS has excellent board review questions, but also has significant limitations as a mobile app.
This app contains a bank of 5000 multiple choice questions aimed to prepare EM residents for their inservice and board exams.
Emergency Medical Spanish Guide Lite (EMSG) delivers Spanish language audio to patients during emergency medical situations
Medrills: Army Cricothyroidotomy teaches through an effective combination of passive and interactive learning activities.
This mobile app for Emergency Medicine physicians has unreliable content with practice questions that are too basic to recommend for board review.
As emergency medicine resources go, this is a comprehensive collection of useful notes related to a range of specialties. The WikEM resource is only likely to become more useful over time as more and more users contribute. Residents and medical students will find this app particularly useful for its broad range of content and concise high-yield facts.
This app provides an excellent, comprehensive summary on the basics of initial burn management by using focused, mobile multimedia, but does exclude some important components.
This review will evaluate how well the this app helps physicians choose appropriate antibiotic therapy for patients in the Emergency Department.
SimMon is a great example of the educational potential of mobile technology. This is a good app for simulating a range of scenarios but there are a few improvements that would enable it to compete with some of the more technical medical simulators.
SimMonitor is a great example of the educational potential of mobile technology. The wide range of ECG trace options and the powerful link to a remote device means trainees and students can practice ACLS scenarios with this app in an efficient and effective manner.
A review of an app with the potential to support the documentation and assessment of burns.