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yudi1215
Sep 16, 2007, 03:50 PM
Are there any medical applications, such as epocrates, for the iphone?

Thank You



willxm
Sep 16, 2007, 03:54 PM
Not that i know of but hopefully something come soon.

MarkMS
Sep 16, 2007, 09:21 PM
Yeah, I'm still waiting until Apple opens up the iPhone so they can build Epocrates for it. Other than that, I'm still using Epocrates on my Palm. :(

linshiwen
Sep 17, 2007, 12:21 AM
I think the only way that would ever happen is if someone developed a palm emulator for the iphone.

Sounds like a good weekend project, eh?

ellsworth
Sep 20, 2007, 05:44 PM
would love this for my girlfriend. She has it on her palm..

gabberwok
Sep 21, 2007, 12:48 AM
Does anyone know of any medical widgets or Web 2.0ish websites out there? Those would probably make an easy addition to the iPhone...

MooseDPM
Oct 13, 2007, 11:39 PM
epocrates has built an online version for the iphone. Also, unboundmedicine.com has an iphone version. As far as other things go, I have high hopes that books.app will soon work with my ebooks for medcine.

ellsworth
Oct 15, 2007, 12:05 PM
epocrates has built an online version for the iphone. Also, unboundmedicine.com has an iphone version. As far as other things go, I have high hopes that books.app will soon work with my ebooks for medcine.

Awesome!

imamac
Dec 31, 2007, 07:51 AM
I got tired of looking for medical apps and decided to start writing them. I made a clinical laboratory reference application here:

http://healthwebit.com/labtests

I'm also working on a sort of medical DSS (decision support system), but that's a bit more complicated.

Consultant
Dec 31, 2007, 11:19 AM
At least 2 companies

"Heart Imaging Technologies announces medical images delivered to Apple iPhone"
www.heartit.com

"Access their actual personal medical records in an iPhone-optimized format"
www.medefile.com

Perhaps iPhone version x = tricorder ;)

pacohaas
Dec 31, 2007, 11:57 AM
I remember seeing some on Apple's http://www.apple.com/webapps/ page

Aries326
Jan 1, 2008, 01:36 AM
Check out skyscape.com It says that they have 5 Minute Clinical Consult for the iPhone but I'm not sure if it is really a standalone program that you install into the iPhone (is it possible to install without jailbreaking???). They've had it out for awhile now.

Also, I emailed ePocrates awhile back. They are interested in doing an iPhone version. Now that the SDK is coming out, it will be a reality. I will definitely buy it!!! I've got a ton of CME money left over.

Aries326
Jan 1, 2008, 01:39 AM
At least 2 companies

"Heart Imaging Technologies announces medical images delivered to Apple iPhone"
www.heartit.com

"Access their actual personal medical records in an iPhone-optimized format"
www.medefile.com

Perhaps iPhone version x = tricorder ;)

I can log onto our hospitals intranet and get into the medical records using my iPhone. I haven't tried out the PACs system yet though. It's supposed to install a JAVA based viewer on your PC in order to use it.

jjb0070
Jan 4, 2008, 10:52 AM
http://m.epocrates.com/iphone

That website is pretty great, especially for being free. What I'm secretly lusting after is a crack for the iphone software packages on www.skyscape.com, which cost a small fortune.

Aries326
Jan 4, 2008, 08:13 PM
What I want to know is how skyscape managed to get their software made without the sdk or how it is installed on a non-jailbreaked phone.

jjb0070
Jan 8, 2008, 03:22 PM
Actually, I just found this out, and realized why this can't really be hacked- It needs wifi to work. You're basically accessing a website which streams the info, just like that epocrates drug info site. It's not software you install. Boooooo.

plgplg
Aug 30, 2008, 08:13 AM
check out PubSearch (http://www.deathraypizza.com) for the mac

and PubSearch for the iPhone (http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=287239420&mt=8)

b00st3d
Aug 30, 2008, 10:04 AM
epocrates has an iphone app in the app store now.

DocHo
Oct 10, 2008, 04:17 PM
Many of you might be interested in the app iDocTool. As a practising anaesthesiologist I must say it is very useful as it emcompasses the classical MedCalc (BMI, Apgar, Cockroft etcetc) but also exactely the notes I never know by heart like CCS, NYHA and so on.

Hope it helps you too.

Cheers Thomas

evands
Oct 14, 2008, 05:06 PM
Hopefully this longtime macrumors' members self-promotion won't offend anyone :) I'd like to point out the medical applications for iPhone & iPod Touch that I've authored which you may find useful:

MediMath (http://www.medimath.com) - Excellent medical calculator, with the best interface of any available program. Please let me know you're a macrumors member if you submit a request!
ICD9 Consult (http://www.icd9consult.com) - Complete, detailed, searchable reference for ICD9-CM 2009 diagnosis and procedure codes
Perfect OB Wheel (http://perfectobwheel.com) - Just what it says :)

ellsworth
Oct 15, 2008, 07:17 PM
Hopefully this longtime macrumors' members self-promotion won't offend anyone :) I'd like to point out the medical applications for iPhone & iPod Touch that I've authored which you may find useful:

MediMath (http://www.medimath.com) - Excellent medical calculator, with the best interface of any available program. Please let me know you're a macrumors member if you submit a request!
ICD9 Consult (http://www.icd9consult.com) - Complete, detailed, searchable reference for ICD9-CM 2009 diagnosis and procedure codes
Perfect OB Wheel (http://perfectobwheel.com) - Just what it says :)



Good stuff.. My girlfriend will love you for these.

khisayruou
Oct 16, 2008, 08:02 PM
Skyscape just released native iphone apps like archimedes, rxdrugs...and apparently a ton more to come in the next few weeks.

http://www.skyscape.com/intro/iphoneintro.aspx

kanaka
Oct 18, 2008, 08:21 PM
Here are my iPhone medical apps from DoctorCalc.com (http://doctorcalc.com/):

Medical Calculator (http://doctorcalc.com/medcalc) is a clinical calculator with dozens of useful formulas and equations.

Normal Lab Values (http://doctorcalc.com/normal-lab-values) displays reference values to help medical professionals interpret test results.

RSI (http://doctorcalc.com/rsi) provides quick access to the rapid sequence intubation (RSI) procedure.

Vaccines (http://doctorcalc.com/vaccines) shows immunization schedules recommended by the CDC.

Sedation (http://doctorcalc.com/sedation) supplies procedural sedation and analgesia information.

Jaundice (http://doctorcalc.com/jaundice) helps clinicians apply the AAP guidelines for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.

Medical Abbreviations (http://doctorcalc.com/medical-abbreviations): 13,000 medical abbreviations in your pocket.

Lab Unit Converter (http://doctorcalc.com/lab-unit-converter) quickly converts lab values between USA units and SI units.

Patient Tracker (http://doctorcalc.com/patient-tracker) helps doctors and nurses keep track of information about their patients.


More apps are coming soon!

MilesAhead
Oct 23, 2008, 09:57 AM
DoctorEM is an application for doctors to generate evaluation and management (E&M) codes.

http://http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=292694637&mt=8

Dr Lu 2010
Oct 25, 2008, 10:28 AM
I just got an email from epocrates saying the full version (essentials) will be coming out in early 2009 for the iphone!

they said it will be 150/year...but if you go to a med school you can most likely get group discounts..

MD314159
Oct 30, 2008, 09:43 AM
Skyscape just released native iphone apps like archimedes, rxdrugs...and apparently a ton more to come in the next few weeks.

http://www.skyscape.com/intro/iphoneintro.aspx

Most of their apps are now available. Got the free stuff - rxdrugs is the drug guide (seems basic dosing info, but seems like it is being updated as I got a quick new update within the last few days), clinical medicine, archimedes also has newer formulas added. medalert provides quick blurbs from journal, fda, cdc etc.

installs and works smoothly..:)

kas23
Oct 31, 2008, 08:57 PM
Besides all the apps alreay listed, there are a couple more.

For those in peds, there are PALS algorithms, which could be pretty cool. But, just imagine running a code while consulting your iPhone...

Anyone else out there have Papers for their Mac? It is like an iTunes application that organizes all your pdf articles, cool pdf reader, and you can DL from a bunch of databases like PubMed. Well, they have an iPhone app that is currently in beta testing. I don't know what exact features it would include.

I wish there were more textbooks available. I would kill for a Red Book app and a Harriet Lane Handbook app. I know there is a HLH application available for Win Mo.

Having access to the patient's EMR or labs/PACS is going to be very tricky within a hospital due to HIPPA - imagine all that red tape. Having it in private practice is definitely possible.

MikePA
Nov 1, 2008, 05:25 AM
Having access to the patient's EMR or labs/PACS is going to be very tricky within a hospital due to HIPPA - imagine all that red tape. Having it in private practice is definitely possible.

HIPPA applies to private practices as well as hospitals.

macbooklove
May 19, 2009, 07:31 PM
For those of you that might find these useful, there are some Medical Pronunciation apps out there for the iPhone.

Drug Pronunciations - http://budurl.com/drugpronunciations
Drug Pronunciations Lite - http://budurl.com/drugslite
Microbiology Pronunciations - http://budurl.com/microbio

cmcpdc
Jul 20, 2009, 11:11 AM
USMLE step 1 flash cards are now available on itunes. We all use it at Northwestern. The questions are based on the First Aid book. It's a fast way to review for boards. We all scored over 95. :)

u49aa2
Jul 20, 2009, 12:09 PM
anything for USMLE step 2 CS?

drboardwiz
Jul 23, 2009, 07:13 PM
These are free promo codes for USMLE 2 for iPhone and iPod Touch. This is a flash card app with 2500 questions and answers. The codes can only be used once.

TFJLFKEEH37T
PT3NYKMTWP9T
7N9LRKAXWPXY
RLJ9MF6EXKWH
4XMLYHNKKLRN
JLJYAH7A4PM7
N7WKHH3TWTEW
3JFERA997XFK
6XRNXYLEFYMN

Click on Redeem on the itunes store home page.
Please post a nice review. Send other comments or issues to this writer.:o:o

u49aa2
Jul 24, 2009, 03:31 AM
These are free promo codes for USMLE 2 for iPhone and iPod Touch. This is a flash card app with 2500 questions and answers. The codes can only be used once.

TFJLFKEEH37T
PT3NYKMTWP9T
7N9LRKAXWPXY
RLJ9MF6EXKWH
4XMLYHNKKLRN
JLJYAH7A4PM7
N7WKHH3TWTEW
3JFERA997XFK
6XRNXYLEFYMN

Click on Redeem on the itunes store home page.
Please post a nice review. Send other comments or issues to this writer.:o:o


Only valid for US store customers!!

pacohaas
Jul 24, 2009, 11:46 AM
These are free promo codes for USMLE 2 for iPhone and iPod Touch. This is a flash card app with 2500 questions and answers. The codes can only be used once.

TFJLFKEEH37T already used
PT3NYKMTWP9T I used this one
7N9LRKAXWPXY
RLJ9MF6EXKWH
4XMLYHNKKLRN
JLJYAH7A4PM7
N7WKHH3TWTEW
3JFERA997XFK
6XRNXYLEFYMN

Click on Redeem on the itunes store home page.
Please post a nice review. Send other comments or issues to this writer.:o:o
thanks for the code, however this seems to be for NCLEX-RN, not USMLE 2 :(

u49aa2
Aug 9, 2009, 07:22 PM
Oxford handbook of clinical medicine 7th edition is out. £32

cmcpdc
Aug 12, 2009, 09:13 PM
thanks for the code, however this seems to be for NCLEX-RN, not USMLE 2 :(
USMLE 2 Codes

RANK933TP4EL
97FMPL73KWEE
EHWK9LL6P4KL
YT7YM6HRHW73
W6JJMNXR3RAM
TTT6FFJFT4AT
MFP7MA3PWW34
4Y7H7YL7T3AL
ETMWM6EK7FMX
XFNKHTRPHJP7

dauerhippo
Aug 12, 2009, 10:30 PM
USMLE 2 Codes

RANK933TP4EL
97FMPL73KWEE
EHWK9LL6P4KL
YT7YM6HRHW73
W6JJMNXR3RAM
TTT6FFJFT4AT
MFP7MA3PWW34
4Y7H7YL7T3AL
ETMWM6EK7FMX
XFNKHTRPHJP7



I used this one: EHWK9LL6P4KL (third down on list). THANKS! I'm taking the test in February.

imaumac
Sep 14, 2009, 08:26 AM
This application includes: (3D teeth)
1. General information about teeth and mouth.
2. Show in 3D each tooth, one by one, function and how works each tooth.
3. Dental caries, dental disease, causes etc.
4. Dental implants, kinds, benefits of dental implants.
5. Important Dental care, adults and kids.

All the information on this basic Dental encyclopedia is being shown with support graphics in 3D for a better understanding, many graphics, teeth, etc, are in real 3D to fully appreciate its shape.

Remember:
Each dentists says that the most important part of tooth care and mouth happens at home, now you can get this accomplished with this beautiful dental 3D information on your device.

This application was made for doctors, students and family.
Remember if you are not a doctor or studen of dental, you can get this application to learn how works each tooth, kinds of dental disease...
and best of all: how to take care of your teeth and mouth.

itunes link:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=327795092&mt=8

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PTDOC
Sep 21, 2009, 11:11 PM
CORE - Clinical ORthopedic Exam

Check out screenshots at www.clinicallyrelevant.com

This website has over 250 special tests for a musculoskeletal exam and allows you to search alphabetically, by body region, by diagnostic category etc for the name of a clinical test. Then, you can read directions on how to perform the test as described by its original author, view a video demonstration on how to perform the test, and see the diagnostic properties for each test. Then, you can even link to PUBMed and read the abstract for the article that pertains to each test.

Solid, powerful, robust, and thorough medical application for students, professors, clinicians, and researchers!

Check it out: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=329470520&mt=8

anunz
Oct 4, 2009, 12:35 PM
iCME is an easy to use program and a must have for every health professional who has to participate in continued medical education!

iCME separates your CME into the following categories:

1. Book
2. Book chapter
3. Conference
4. Course
5. Grand round
6. Journal article
7. Journal club
8. Lecture
9. Lecture notes
10. Morbidity meeting
11. Peer review meeting
12. Self quiz
13. Workshop


And lets you:

1. Sort them by date or alphabetical order
2. Plan future CME events
3. Track overdue CME events
4. Highlight events you presented at
5. Email your CME list
6. Search for specific events using the powerful built in search function


Every health professional will find this program invaluable!

iTunes link:

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=332385586&mt=8

Piratebroadcast
Oct 4, 2009, 09:08 PM
You will like it

gekkota
Oct 6, 2009, 03:35 AM
This application includes: (3D teeth)
1. General information about teeth and mouth.
2. Show in 3D each tooth, one by one, function and how works each tooth.
3. Dental caries, dental disease, causes etc.
4. Dental implants, kinds, benefits of dental implants.
5. Important Dental care, adults and kids.

...blah, blah, blah...yadda, yadda, yadda...

itunes link:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=327795092&mt=8

I've looked at all your apps, as well as the apps made by your friend, nelvii. I find it so interesting that you and your developer friend share a group of people who ONLY review YOUR apps...naturally, always giving 5-star reviews!
The other reviewers --who apparently aren't friends of yours--tend to give 1-star reviews and want their money back!
My question to you is this: Why do you continuously post shill reviews for your apps?
Do you think people can't see what you are doing?
Your target audience--doctors, nurses, and other health professionals--are far too intelligent to be fooled by such nonsense!

Perhaps you should use the time you are spending writing fake app store reviews to make better apps...
:rolleyes:

ihonda
Oct 6, 2009, 11:29 AM
lolz owned!

kylekai
Nov 23, 2009, 04:18 PM
MedsLog is an iPhone / iPod Touch app that helps you remember which medications to take, when to take them, and maintains a log of past consumptions. Each log can record statistics such as blood pressure, blood sugar, asthma peak flow and your general condition.

iTunes URL:
http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=297730085&mt=8

Web page URL:
http://www.modesittsoftware.com/Products/MedsLog/iphone/index.html

Modesitt Software
http://www.modesittsoftware.com

battleonmac
Nov 24, 2009, 05:11 PM
thanks! mucho help

techMD
Dec 1, 2009, 08:25 PM
Hi everyone!

I'm the editor of iMedicalApps.com (http://www.imedicalapps.com/)and we're a site that reviews medical apps for the iPhone and we're made up of a group of physicians and medical students. We currently have over 50 in depth reviews of our favorite medical applications. We post regularly on our site and have unbiased reviews. I noticed a lot of people were asking about USMLE apps and other reference medical apps. We've reviewed a bunch of each and more. Feel free to check us out before you buy your medical apps!

Iltifat Husain
MD/MPH student
editor, iMedicalApps.com (http://www.imedicalapps.com/)

Gokunama
Dec 1, 2009, 09:04 PM
I'm interested in Skyscape's apps, but I've read that it's not possible to transfer their apps to a new device. Is that true? Any workarounds?

macbooklove
Dec 14, 2009, 05:46 PM
http://bit.ly/815XHa

"Physical Exam Essentials" provides you with a quick overview of the essential aspects of the physical exam. Briefly read through pertinent sections before seeing a patient so you don't forget to do anything during your exam!

Perfect for the pre-meds, medical students, health professionals, and anyone interested in medicine!

Highlights:
-Pictures in each section help to illustrate physical exam maneuvers
-Includes "Clinical Correlates" which highlight the significance of certain physical exam findings
-"Presentation Tips" included to help you describe your findings
-Includes descriptions of special tests that are not usually performed in a routine physical exam

Topics Covered:

✓ The Health History
✓ The General Survey
✓ Skin and Nails
✓ HEENT and Neck
✓ Thorax and Lungs
✓ Breast and Axillae
✓ Cardiovascular Exam
✓ Peripheral Vascular System
✓ Abdominal Exam
✓ Male Genitalia, Anus, Rectum, Prostate
✓ Female Genitalia, Anus, Rectum
✓ Mental Status Exam
✓ Cranial Nerves
✓ Neurological Exam

Note: This application is by no means meant to be a comprehensive guide but is rather a quick reference for those who cannot carry a textbook wherever they go!


For any suggestions, corrections, or comments please email us at contactus@hipposoftonline.com

Copyright Hipposoft 2009

http://bit.ly/815XHa

Doctor iPhone
Feb 16, 2010, 11:31 PM
http://www.evalmd.net

e-Val MD is the first professional, all-purpose, comprehensive medical history and physical examination tool for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Easily turn your H&P into electronic records with e-Val MD’s simple, easy-to-use touch-screen interface.

e-Val MD was designed using the examination standards taught in academia, medical record information required for insurance and billing, and techniques regularly practiced by physicians in the field. It offers the flexibility to perform as brief or as detailed a history and physical examination as needed, and with ease.

Features:
- Convenient input of 300+ items of comprehensive patient history & physical data, including custom input controls developed specifically for e-Val MD
- Industry-standard categories of CC/HPI/PMH/FH/SH/ROS/PE
- Random access to any input category, via pop-up outline screen
- Outline screen also indicates completion status of each category of data for a given patient
- Summation in full text of all inputted H&P data
- Ability to export text summation via email (which can in turn be copied into standard desktop EMR systems)
- Email export restricts patient identifiability, with configurable preference options
- HIPAA Shield restricts access to application & its data
- Unlimited number of total patient records

More information available at http://www.evalmd.net

vigu360
Feb 17, 2010, 09:06 AM
itms://itunes.apple.com/us/app/med-alert/id352505490?mt=8

iphonemed
Feb 25, 2010, 03:49 PM
hi!
we have finished marketing research about medical apps for iPhone and i hope it could be useful for all developers:
1. In search of “medical killer app for iPhone” – Part II (Section “Healthcare”) (http://iphonemedicalapps.com/2010/02/20/in-search-of-medical-killer-app-for-iphone-part-ii-section-healthcare/)
2. In search of “medical killer app for iPhone” – Part I (Section “Medical”) (http://iphonemedicalapps.com/2010/02/02/in-search-of-medical-killer-app-for-iphone-part-i-section-medical/)

and other article:
11 SEO tips on promoting and advertizing medical applications for iPhone (http://iphonemedicalapps.com/2010/02/08/11-seo-tips-on-promoting-and-advertizing-medical-applications-for-iphone/)

thanks for your attention!

PTDOC
Feb 28, 2010, 02:03 AM
Clinicians may think this is a trivial application with "elementary" information that most physicians should be aware of......HOWEVER, the article this month in the Archives of Internal Medicine (Williams, February, 2010) (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20142573?itool=EntrezSystem2.PEntrez.Pubmed.Pubmed_ResultsPanel.Pubmed_RVDocSum&ordinalpos=2) suggest that management of low back pain is not effective. It is one of the most common reasons for seeking healthcare. The study concludes that current practice patterns many times do not correlate with recommended guidelines......."The unendorsed care may contribute to the high costs of managing LBP, and some aspects of the care provided carry a higher risk of adverse effects."

The iphone App is much more than what it appears on the surface. Based on the ACP guidelines, but includes much more. Evidence-based screening strategies for all low-back pain related conditions (ankylosing spondylitis, cauda equina syndrome, fracture, infection, cancer, etc.) Which questions help rule out or rule in these conditions? When is it appropriate to order xrays or MRI's (study show they are overutilized, while the risk for the patient is unchanged). What is the latest evidence on the relationship of psychosocial factors and nonspecific low back pain? How should these individuals be managed? What is the evidence regarding the efficacy of interventions for LBP.... such as different pharmacological agents, herbal therapies, proper mattress use, types of exercise, ultrasound, spinal manipulation, etc., etc.... and much more!

The app includes an interactive algorithm that allows you to guide your patient through a screening process that provides decision-guidance based on the answer to certain questions. A very useful application for anyone that manages patients with low back pain on a regular basis (as well as students, residents, and clinical researchers).

Learn more about this application at the Clinically Relevant (http://www.clinicallyrelevant.com) website and look for it in the iTunes App Store (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/low-back-pain-clinical-management/id357315125?mt=8)

titaniummd
Feb 28, 2010, 04:22 PM
MyRadiology is great for letting patients know about Radiation from Xrays/CT scans.

AMBigfoot
Mar 29, 2010, 11:53 AM
Anatomy Quiz (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/anatomy-quiz/id324256792?mt=8) is for folks who look puzzled if someone asks to point out their ulna.

Each question in the very visual Anatomy Quiz highlights part of the human body and offers four choices for its name. You are awarded three points for the correct answer the first time, two for a second guess and none if it takes four guesses to identify the body part. After you’ve completed the 150-question quiz, your score is reset to zero. The goal is to get better at understanding the body, so the more you learn, the higher your score.

Advanced med students won't need this quiz but for those of us who quit studying anatomy in high school it will help you distinguish between the sternum and scapula.

Those who find this app too simple may prefer a dissection app such as AnatomyLab or an advanced guide like Grays Anatomy. Still, Anatomy Quiz is a good refresher for students taking basic anatomy courses.

Of course, if you just want to win a few bar bets with your friends, it can be handy to distinguish between the metatarsals and metacarpals.

jeffgibson
Apr 30, 2010, 04:15 AM
I recommend Monster Anatomy, a radiological atlas of the lower limb with MR images


http://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/monster-anatomy-lower-limb/id358915264?mt=8

Jeff

Nowheezes
May 15, 2010, 04:59 AM
Pneumotox

for iPhone/iPod touch is now as freeware available

http://itunes.apple.com/app/pneumotox/id370548874?mt=8

This app provides quick acces to published side effect of drugs in the lungs.
(Drug induced lung diseases) wilthin 15 seconds

The data can be searched in two different ways: by drugs or by clinical patterns.

Pneumotox is already succesfull for the Palm, WM and Android platforms (www.medtools.nl) exceeding 10000 downloads
This app is a must-have for clinicians managing lung diseases

Freeware:)

Gokunama
May 15, 2010, 08:11 AM
I'm interested in Skyscape's apps, but I've read that it's not possible to transfer their apps to a new device. Is that true? Any workarounds?Still hoping someone knows the answer to this.

MilesSmilesLaLa
May 27, 2010, 04:41 AM
This is an app to help doctors calculate dosages for aprox. 40 of the most well known drugs according to the max and min values and the patient's weight.

itms://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dosages/id373559350?mt=8

http://dosagesiphone.blogspot.com/

Sam77
Aug 17, 2010, 12:58 PM
There are some cheap laboratory tests appllications. They're all pretty cool with they're individial pros n cons, Pocket lab, medical lab tests, normal lab values and laboratory gear. Lab gear is alot better though, pocket lab values is also on par. Normal lab values is a pretttty dull!

Lab Gear: http://itunes.apple.com/app/laboratory-gear-medical-lab/id350942163?mt=8
Pocket Labs: http://itunes.apple.com/app/pocket-lab-values/id325010997?mt=8

walter.ed01
Aug 28, 2010, 08:52 AM
Here are my iPhone medical apps from DoctorCalc.com (http://doctorcalc.com/):

Medical Calculator (http://doctorcalc.com/medcalc) is a clinical calculator with dozens of useful formulas and equations.

Normal Lab Values (http://doctorcalc.com/normal-lab-values) displays reference values to help medical professionals interpret test results.

RSI (http://doctorcalc.com/rsi) provides quick access to the rapid sequence intubation (RSI) procedure.

Vaccines (http://doctorcalc.com/vaccines) shows immunization schedules recommended by the CDC.

Sedation (http://doctorcalc.com/sedation) supplies procedural sedation and analgesia information.

Jaundice (http://doctorcalc.com/jaundice) helps clinicians apply the AAP guidelines for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.

Medical Abbreviations (http://doctorcalc.com/medical-abbreviations): 13,000 medical abbreviations in your pocket.

Lab Unit Converter (http://doctorcalc.com/lab-unit-converter) quickly converts lab values between USA units and SI units.

Patient Tracker (http://doctorcalc.com/patient-tracker) helps doctors and nurses keep track of information about their patients.


More apps are coming soon!

Thank you sharing this. I will try to install it in my Iphone.

macuser1234
Oct 22, 2010, 05:13 PM
for Anesthesia my best choice is Operating Room

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/operating-room/id384465302?mt=8

Nuesoft
Nov 11, 2010, 03:31 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gw644mt-oMM

wesk702
Nov 12, 2010, 08:28 PM
Lexi suites and Skyscape is great. Paid Skyscape that is... Not the basic freeware which is so so.

drnayana
Nov 30, 2010, 09:10 AM
For learning clinical cases in a fun way, you can try Prognosis : Your Diagnosis

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/prognosis-your-diagnosis-clinical/id392489854

Petra Systems
Nov 30, 2010, 10:45 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gw644mt-oMM
scarry movie lol

Kristen16
Aug 11, 2011, 12:17 PM
Hello,

I was wondering what the top medical apps are for clinical rotations and so I was doing some research and found a youtube video on the top 5 medical apps. You can watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tgYLjbnIc4&feature=player_embedded

I downloaded all these apps and have been using them a lot during my clinical rotations. All of these apps are useful but I really like pediatrics made easy. Right now I am doing my pediatrics rotation so I find pediatrics made easy very useful. I think it is good to have, especially for students doing their clinical rotations who need a quick way to learn how to take history and physicals on a pediatric patient. This app is $2.99 but it is really worth it. I recommend this app to everyone doing their clinical rotations and residents too. The other apps are quite useful too. You may find the details regarding pediatrics easy by following the link below. There is a link to it on the iTunes store, as well as the android market.

Please share your thoughts!

itunes.apple.com/us/app/pediatrics-made-easy/id453131262?mt=8

market.android.com/details?id=com.v1_4.B...2A004BF2.com&...

Palmdoc
Oct 18, 2011, 06:50 PM
I have compiled a list of free medical iPhone apps here:
http://palmdoc.net/index.php/free-medical-iphoneipad-apps/

In addition, as a user/developer who likes to see his own custom designed apps on his device, I have made some medical web apps (all free) which you can access here:
http://medwebapp.com
The apps will run offline if you save it as a shortcut on your Home screen.

Personally I find creating small apps rather than putting everything into one giant app with multiple applets better as it is more focused and you get to what you want faster.

Carlanga
Oct 18, 2011, 07:12 PM
You should consider at least joining the various apps of each subcategory in one app for that category... For me at least having an app for each calculation/thing is overfill of home screen and we don't have unlimited icons inside a folder and I hate searching in spotlight. The apps I use the most are Epocrates, Medscape, Skyscape, MedCalc Pro. Also, thanks for the apps and hope to see MORE :D

Palmdoc
Oct 19, 2011, 12:05 AM
Yes I intend to group relevant ones in a single app but I am going more towards disease-centric apps for starters. As a haematologist, this means my priority would be haematology apps but I'm adding general medical ones as time permits.
I am open to requests but the priority would be what is not already available in existing iOS apps.

Iphull
Oct 19, 2011, 04:45 AM
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I have had an app on my iPod for a few years, now, and I still love it. It's called "3D Brain". It's just what it says. You can rotate the brain, and certain areas highlight. Click on the area, and it offers what the area is, what it does, case studies of people who have damaged that area, and even links for more information relating to that area of the brain...it's AWESOME!

It comes in handy for us hypochondriac's who bang our noggins and go running to the app to see what kind of symptoms to expect: "Ouch! I just banged my head. [GASP!] I can't feel pain! I must've damaged my Somatosensory Cortex!"

Put out by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, they offer it FREE to help educate people.*

At 50MB, it uses up a chunk of space, but I consider it space-worthy. *;-) *This amount of space really isn't much, considering how much I would have thought would be used for this type of app.*

It's not a full-body anatomy app, but it is the best brain app in the app store. *(p.s... You won't find it by searching "brain", which is why I mentioned it.)

Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Iphull
Oct 19, 2011, 04:47 AM
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Sorry...double-posted

dagamer34
Oct 30, 2011, 10:14 AM
There's a pretty good lab values app for both iOS and Android called "Pocket Lab Values". It's pretty well done too, with a description, and reasons why a lab could be high or low. I'd check it out.

iOS: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/pocket-lab-values/id325010997?mt=8
Android: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.medplusapps.pocketlabvalues

seancamper
Mar 7, 2013, 10:34 PM
Check out CalciumPro (http://calciumpro.com/) this high blood calcium, Osteoporosis, Low vitamin D, and Parathyroid Problems
The CalciumPro app will help you understand what is going on.

vittorioDV
May 27, 2014, 02:03 PM
Check out also DIAGNOME, it is an app for diagnosis, given the symptoms.
It is also guesses the next symptoms to add.

App store link (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/diagnome-the-diagnosis-gnome/id879642574?ls=1&mt=8)