iPhone and Medical Applications

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by theconverted, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. theconverted macrumors newbie

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    I am a medical student and was just wondering how many of you out there think that with the new SDK, more medical related apps will become available for the iPhone. I dont need a new phone now, but will start my clinical rotations in about 1 year. I think that I will want a smart phone/PDA for medical software and am hoping that I will be able to go for the iPhone.
     
  2. alFR macrumors 68020

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    There's one EMR app that already claims to be iPhone-optimised, but it's actually just using mobile Safari to use their normal web interface - can't remember the name just now though....

    (googles it)

    Ah, yes, Life Record is the name of it. Actually, there's a web app called pogoMD as well that claims to work with most EMR systems. I'm sure more will turn up, both in the EMR area and as drug databases etc.
     
  3. longofest Editor emeritus

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    Just make sure you put it into Airplane Mode when you go into the office and around the instruments
     
  4. PorterMac macrumors newbie

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  5. yoman macrumors 6502a

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    I am really hoping an iPhone version of EpocratesRx is released for the iPhone. Other medical software that would be great:

    5 minute clinical consult
    Patient log of some sort
    iWork (for medical presentations)
     
  6. soLoredd macrumors 6502a

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    Im really hoping for something. At least Tabers and a drug book would be great. All through my clinicals I had my Treo650 and it really helped a lot. Fortunately now at the hospital I work they have wifi so I use that when I can but its not the same.
     
  7. Hecklerdanny macrumors 6502

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    My Fiance is in her 3rd year of medical school and has these exact same questions and concerns. I'm going to show her this thread. She's getting an iPhone in a few months. Thanks.
     
  8. imamac macrumors newbie

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    I wrote a clinical laboratory reference app for the iPhone and have a beta of a pharmaceutical app out. Hopefully this next week I'll get the ICD-9 coding application finished, as well. I can guarantee the SDK should open a whole new world next month. I'm looking forward to developing more robust applications that are sanctioned by Apple.

    http://healthwebit.com
     
  9. Aries326 macrumors 6502

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    When the SDK comes out, anyway you can make a program that keeps track of procedures done for credentialing?
     
  10. imamac macrumors newbie

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    I'm not sure I would be qualified to write one alone. I'm a healthcare administrator, not a physician. I would almost certainly need a consult or two on that one.
     
  11. Scottyk9 macrumors 6502a

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    Up-to-date works quite well on the iPhone, even over EDGE (currently can only be used as a web-based app on the iPhone). Look like the interface is specifically modified for a small screen.

    I hadn't tried it out as I didn't think it would work all that well, but I am impressed!
     
  12. jthomas macrumors newbie

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    UpToDate Widget?

    hey there,
    Has anyone out there heard any info on UpToDate becoming available for the iPhone/iPod touch. I know that it can be viewed via web, but directly installed has definite advantages.

    Otherwise, anyone out there with the skills to hack it in?

    thought i'd check.
    jt
     
  13. liebowij macrumors newbie

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    UpToDate now has an iphone optimized website, its lightweight and runs way faster then their old pda website!
     
  14. nephron macrumors newbie

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  15. kas23 macrumors 603

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    I personally like this one, use it quite a bit:

    http://appshopper.com/medical/medimath

    And, like you have on your iPhone, Papers is a must have app for anyone reading this thread:

    http://appshopper.com/productivity/papers
     
  16. imaumac macrumors member

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    The Human Body (Medical Basic iPhone app)

    The Human Body (Medical iPhone App)
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    Learn Parts Encyclopedia THE HUMAN BODY 3.1.1,
    help you to understand the basics diferents systems:

    1. The nervous systems four basic parts.
    2. Muscle System and parts
    3. Some internal organs of the body
    4. Our Skeleton System basics parts head and body.
    5. And basics parts of the brain.

    Learn Parts Encyclopedia THE BODY :
    brings some pictures to enlarge by touching the push pins.
    and have text to scroll down, and we add on this version some explanation of the human brain.

    Learn Parts Encyclopedia THE BODY will be updated every two month, especially on brains parts, muscle and skeleton.
    Please enjoy and let your comments and suggestions always are welcome.
    or visit our website for more information.
    http://www.elsalvadorguia.com

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    video link youtube:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1IeiqgcpR4

    itunes link app:
    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=299476771&mt=8

    thanks for all your comments, always are welcome.
    App Owner !
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  17. u49aa2 macrumors 6502a

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    1) Skyscape: Offers the BNF (the British National Formulary) now, unfortunately according to their website, you will need to renew your subscription yearly! However i thin it is worth the money.

    2) Epocrates: Offers nice collection of applications. The drug division is free and is very useful. especially the drug interactions part.
     
  18. PackFan macrumors regular

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    Is there a version of epocrates or other similar app that does not require data access to use? One of the hospitals my wife works at has very poor signal...
     
  19. zvandiver macrumors member

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    Epocrates put out the iPhone version of their apps last summer. That is what prompted me to get the 3G.
    Skyscape offers most of their catalog for the iPhone.
     
  20. u49aa2 macrumors 6502a

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    + for that, currently Epocrates doesn't need internet access at all. Everything is stored in the iphone. You can try it. There is a trial for 2 months last time i checked, not sure if it is still available.
     
  21. imaumac macrumors member

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    Theeth3d iphone medical application

    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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  22. ZipZap macrumors 601

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    The EMR system with an iphone web app is called eClinicalWorks
     

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