Apple launches dedicated ‘Apps for Healthcare Professionals’ collection
Tag: medical reference apps
This is a review of the Pedi QuikCalc app, a medical calculator and reference app for physicians treating pediatric patients.
Dr. Patel is a co-founder of Docphin with great plans for this new way of accessing medical literature on the go. This post is a short interview with Dr. Patel, detailing the nature of Docphin and what changes he sees in the future for the app and mobile health in general.
Docphin is a new app that seeks to create a quicker access for users to their medical library journal database without utilizing a web browser or associated portals. Additionally, Docphin allows users to customize what journals and articles they may wish to browse with a personalized page. This can be accessed via their app, which allows the user to browse and share their favorite articles and journals with colleagues on the go.
This is a review of Mendeley mobile app, which is a reference manager that integrates collaboration of members through research.
Eponyms app offers a solid free medical database reference tool for Android phone users.
The venerable Atlas of Human Anatomy, by Netter, comes to life on the Android platform via a Skyscape application.
We review this classic pocket reference text, now in iPhone form. Its definitely got all the detail and brevity that makes the pocket version great. But is it a great app?
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.