Review of the CDC vaccination recommendation app and how to use it with your patients
Tag: medical app for doctors
CancerRx is a useful tool that recommends molecular testing based on tumor type
Chest X-ray training by Polwarth Medical is a multiple choice study tool for those needing a basic overview of chest x-rays.
PubMed4Hh allows users four different ways of searching the PubMed interfaces and its content: PICO Search, Consensus Abstracts, askMEDLINE, and BabelMeSH
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
Medical Wizards Library for Android app is a customizable guide for professionals containing downloads on a range of fields. Add-ons are pay-for and institutional subscriptions not permitted.
Kinesiology is a branch useful for sports medicine, athletic training and orthopedics. As expected, Anatomy knowledge is a fundamental basis of any of these fields. In classic fashion, reviewing anatomy is often associated with flashcards, as this popular method can improve retention and has so many options out on the market. Davismobile brings a series of actual flashcards by Lynn Lippert and Mary Alice Duesterhaus directly to mobile form. The app is available for the iOS platform. Here we review the app using the iPad.
Hip Pro III is an impressive app with excellent attention to detail. This app would appeal to many due to its ability to improve patient education, physician education and overall anatomical reference.
An app review of the Harriet Lane Handbook for Mobile, a decent adaptation of a classic pediatric reference and a great pediatric formulary
Review of an iphone app designed for students that may have trouble remembering differentials for any particular symptom or sign.