The developer of USMLE Buzz Flash Cards App, Andrew Yu, has graciously given us some promo codes to distribute to our readers. We’re in the process of reviewing this application, but so far we really like it. These flashcards are quick hitting facts that are high yield and useful for Step 1. I’d compare them […]
Tag: Student Apps
A full featured Q-bank at the palm of your hand. This Q-bank contains over 1,100 questions. The questions are divided into categories similar to the computer based Q-banks of Kaplan and USMLE World. This app tries to emulate many of the features found in the computer based Q-banks.
A tool for those learning how to do various procedures. This application is packed with text, pictures, and videos of actual procedures being done. Examples of procedures demonstrated are thoracentesis, abdominal paracentesis, and many more. This is the sister application of another app we reviewed, Procedures Consult: Musculoskeletal.
This app aims to help you improve your CT reading skills. It can also be used during gross anatomy if your tests include cross sectional images of CT scans.
In this review we take four different lab value apps and put them head to head against each other.
Find out who comes out on top!
Every medical professional has used med mnemonics in their lives to help memorize the thousands of items of crucial material one needs to know in medicine. This app aims to help ease the trouble of figuring out medical mnemonics.
These flashcards try to emulate the tangible Netter’s flash cards you can find at the bookstore. This app’s goal is to help you during the musculoskeletal section of gross anatomy.
This is a simple application designed to help you do a quick stroke evaluation through the use of clinical coma and stroke scales.
This app contains 316 searchable flash cards that cover material covered on the USMLE step exams. These flash cards are not organized in the typical Q-bank fashion, rather have more of a focus on pathology.
Audio and text for over 3,000 spanish phrases. This massive directory is easily searchable and comes with an array of features.
Walk yourself through a complete dissection of a cadaver. This app definitely has a “cool” factor in addition to the obvious utility it provides to medical students while studying for gross anatomy.
Our list of the Top 7 Medical Apps for the iPhone