The story of how a medical student partnered with physicians and a hospital to created a free, evidence based guideline app for the iPhone. We also do an in-depth review of this app.
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The AMA is asking physicians and medical students for their medical app ideas — and they are some hefty grand prizes for the winner.
PreTest USMLE Review Apps have potential to be great, but fall short because of simple issues. In this review we take a close look at this app series.
App Review of IMAIOS mobile, a fantastic anatomy learning reference tool for the iPhone. But some key drawbacks, such as pricing and lack of iPad support are worrisome.
This past week yielded a surprisingly impressive release of quality free and paid medical apps for both the iPhone and iPad. Those in cardiology have a couple app releases that should make them very excited, but this list also contains many apps that primary care and other specialists should be interested in as well.
Here we review the premium Lexi-Complete application for the iPhone & iPod Touch, which its developers have been generous enough to offer us for a review. In April 2010, we reviewed Lexi-Comp for the iPad when it first debuted ahead of many of its competitors. A major issue then was whether Lexi-Comp’s considerable resources were […]
This app is a mobile version of the extremely popular washington manual of medical therapeutics. Extremely useful for call nights and when on the wards.
iTriage is an app that hopes to give patients more autonomy when making healthcare decisions.