KDIGO has recently release their guidelines in mobile format with an app that delivers their literature in a easily navigable fashion
Tag: iPad apps for doctors
Review over the Clearpath dermatopathology atlas and examination app for the iPad
The PEER VIII app for iOS has excellent board review questions, but also has significant limitations as a mobile app.
The Cochrane Collaboration is a non-profit organization dedicated to organizing medical research in a systematic way in order to improve evidence-based medicine.
The Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring app acts a quick reference guide, complete with actual fetal heart tracing images, to support the learning and interpretation of “strips.”
Review of Epocrates’ new iPad app
This video will show you how to set up a new iPad for use in a clinical setting from the point when you first turn it on after taking it out of the box
iLiver is a useful, well designed free app for those who are interested in liver disease. Its pure focus on this can be a drawback and there are certainly one or two areas of improvement. Despite this, it is still a first-rate app and worth downloading.
The future of eLearning by Taimma Communications Inc on the iPad. These apps deliver fully narrated learning packages to students.
Recently, physicians at the University of Chicago published a research letter in the Archives of Internal Medicine detailing their experience with the routine use of iPads by internal medicine residents during their regular duties. What they documented was that use of the mobile device was objectively associated with faster order entry after patient admission and the subjective assessment that it saves up to one hour per day for each resident.
Review over Lippincott’s Illustrated Review of Neuroscience for the Inkling platform.
Happtique, a medical apps store seeks to verify and certify healthcare apps for medical professionals and patients