Many of us in family medicine practice full-scope including obstetrics. It is one of the most challenging yet rewarding aspects of primary care with unpredictable hours and significant medical-legal risk. Many primary care providers perform outpatient prenatal care which can be equally rewarding. Regardless of what scope of obstetrics care you provide, pregnant patients are […]
A Guide to GYN Related Infectious Diseases Frequently, trainees ask me why they need a dedicated infectious disease guide. Why can’t they just use a drug guide like Epocrates or Lexicomp or reference apps such as UpToDate, Dynamed, or Essential Evidence Plus? Perhaps they could. The problem with drug guides is that they may not be up to […]
Pregnancy can be one of the most exciting and enjoyable times in our patients’ lives. Every prenatal visit has specific goals, and there is so much for both the patient and provider to learn before the big delivery day. But how do you handle high-risk pregnancies? Do you continue to care for these patients, or […]
The Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Infertility Handbook for Clinicians has long been considered an essential pocket reference for ob/gyn physicians, residents, and students, and is now available as an app on iTunes. Published by USBMIS, Inc, the app costs $29.99 and is available for iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad.
This is an app review of Rapid Obstetrics and Gynaecology, a medical reference app for iPhone and iPad.