We review the CliniCalc medical calculator and compare it to the similar MedCalc app to determine which is a better buy.
Tag: medical calculator app
A seemingly random selection of calculators that includes some unusual tools but while excluding more common ones, this app still needs some work.
A number of studies have shown that medical calculators are extremely popular tools on mobile devices. The ability to quickly access and accurately calculate a useful result at the point of care is highly attractive to many healthcare professionals. However, many of these calculators omit the formula to calculate surgical risk of morbidity and mortality. […]
MediCalc is a free iOS medical app that includes hundreds of medical calculators
Use EP Mobile at the point of care and as a reference tool. With calculators, measurements, and standard scores, EP Mobile offers something for all healthcare professionals.
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.
Doctor’s Toolbag app is an excellent app to help understand, calculate and manage patients with specific conditions. The user interface is clear and it is easy to find relevant information. The strong evidence support provided with each test will help assist doctors make clinical decisions.
This app is a very specific calculator that helps guide you through the SLIC classification system and apply it to your own patients. SLIC is an acronym that stands for Sub axial-axial Cervical Spine Injury Classification System.
Calculate by QxMD carries the same level of finesse and finish as its impressive partner apps. The switch to Android has not had any negative effects. This is an impressive medical calculator app which, with a free price tag, should appeal to all healthcare professionals who use an android phone.
Mersey Burns app is the first UK app recognised as a medical device meaning it is now officially regulated by the MHRA who are responsible for the safety of medical devices
Review of the MediMath Medical Calculator App by Evan Schoenberg, MD, for the iPhone/iPod Touch