Aspirin Guide is a critical medical app to use when deciding whether or not to start your patient on daily Aspirin. Created by Harvard researchers.
Tag: evidence based practice
The Gout Diagnosis app uses an evidence based algorithm to determine if a patient has Gout or not.
The Medical Letter app provides unbiased reviews of medications and whether there is evidence for their use to treat certain disease pathologies.
MDCalc is a medical calculator app that enables you to practice evidence based medicine easily and at the point of care.
The AIDSinfo HIV/AIDS Guidelines free app from the National Library of Medicine (NLM) gives you the latest practice guidelines.
MedStopper is a medical tool for deprescribing, reducing the medications your patient is on.
The iChoose Kidney app helps patients and physicians decide on transplant versus dialysis for ESRD patients.
ePrognosis is cancer screening app that supports evidence based practice.
A simple but potentially lifesaving app for providers who take care of ventilator patients with and without ARDS
An app to help you deliver evidence & guideline based orthopaedic care.
Here we look at the apps released around these major guidelines, searching for insights on how apps are being used to implement practice recommendations.
New mobile apps offer a relatively new way of keeping up with the medical literature, however, new possibilities may arise to enhance the speed and access to key articles pertinent to clinical practice.