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- Canopy (iPhone/iPad only)
An app from the NIH that includes key medical phrases in a variety of languages.
Diagnosaurus is a differential diagnosis tool published by McGraw-Hill. The program is available for all platforms - FREE for many and just 99 cents for others.
- ePSS-Electronic Preventive Services Selector
Search and Browse U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations on your mobile device. The following devices are supported: Blackberry, iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, Palm OS, Windows Mobile, and is also available as a desktop web tool. FREE RESOURCE
- Go Rx
Compare drug prices at different pharmacies/locations in the U.S.
MedlinePlus brings together authoritative information from NLM, NIH, and other government agencies and health-related organizations. Preformulated MEDLINE searches are included in MedlinePlus and give easy access to medical journal articles. MedlinePlus also has extensive information about drugs, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, interactive patient tutorials, and latest health news. Bookmark http://m.medlineplus.gov/ on your handheld browser. FREE RESOURCE.
- NEJM This Week
This is a an iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad only app. The app includes access to recent articles published within the last 7 days; images from the Images in Clinical Medicine collection; weekly audio summaries from Clinical Practice articles; and a selection of four procedure videos from Videos in Clinical Medicine.
Free database of medical eponyms.
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- Google Play
Information on Android apps - to see the entire list, Android users have to access the Android Market from their handset.
- CollectiveMed.com-PDA Center
Choose from hundreds of medical PDA software applications in all medical specialties. Supports most handheld devices.
- Medical Applications in the iTunes Store
Both free and paid medical apps (clicking on the link will open iTunes on your computer, if it is installed)
Finding tool for iPhone, iPad and Android apps.
- 3M Littmann SoundBuilder- iPhone
The 3M™ Littmann® SoundBuilder App is a learning tool designed to help improve the auscultation skills of students and practicing clinicians. There are 14 unique lessons - based upon key heart sounds - that combine text, a virtual mannequin, 3D cardiac animation and dynamic waveforms.
- ABG Calculator - iPhone
ABG is a multipurpose medical calculator that analyzes arterial blood gasses and provides a recommended FIO2 given a determined pO2, FIO2 and a desired pO2.
- AMA's CPT E/M Quick Reference - iPhone
This on-the-go reference guide helps you easily determine the appropriate CPT Evaluation and Management (E/M) billing codes.
- Archimedes Clinical Calculator - Android, Blackberry, iPhone
From Skyscape, this calculator provides more than 130 preprogrammed formulas that include specialties such as Cardiology, Pharmacology, Hematology, FEN, Pediatrics, Pulmonary and Renal. Registration required.
- BMI Calculator - iPhone
One of the most popular tools on the NIH’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Web site is the BMI (Body Mass Index) calculator. BMI is a reliable indicator of total body fat, which is related to the risk of disease and death.
- Calculate - Android, Blackberry, iPhone
A resource from QxMD, Calculate replaces Cardio Calc, GI Calc, NephCalc and Heme Calc. It supports clinical decisions that impact diagnosis, treatment or determining prognosis.
- Cancer Terms Pro-iPhone: $
Cancer Terms Pro is the leading professional level Oncological Glossary for iPhone and iTouch. With a database of thousands of Treatment, Prevention, Diagnosis, Alternative and Oncological Terms it maintains a comprehensive collection available right at your fingertips. No internet connection required!
- CTCAE-4 - iPhone: $
CTCAE-4 is a browsable reference to the CTCAE list of adverse event (AE) terms commonly encountered in oncology.
- Diaganosaurus DDx - $
Diagnostic tool that contains over 1,000 differential diagnoses.
- ECG Guide - Blackberry, iPhone: $
Descriptions of both common and complex ECG findings, including etiology and diagnosis. Over 120 sample ECGs.
- iRVU: Hospital - Android
iRVU lets you track work RVUs for inpatient medical services such as new patient history and physical exams, critical care, consultations, and follow-up visits at the point of care.
- LabDX - iPhone: $
LabDx is the application for medical students, doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals who need quick access to information on over 300 laboratory tests.
- LIVESTRONG English-Spanish Dictionary of Cancer Terms - iPhone
Quickly search 6,000+ definitions provided by the National Cancer Institute. Switch views between languages to facilitate translation. No Internet access required during use.
- MedCalc - iPhone
a free medical calculator that gives you easy access to complicated medical formulas, scores, scales and classifications. Each formula has been individually designed and optimized for the small iPhone screen.
- MedCalc Pro - iPhone: $
Paid version of MedCalc iPhone calculator featuring more complex formulas and computations.
- Medical Translator - iPhone: $
Medical Translator is an application that allows the translation of medical terms in 5 different languages: English, Italian, French, Spanish and German. The application contains over 18.000 definitions that are always available without the need for an internet connection.
- MediMath - iPhone: $
MediMath Medical Calculator for iPhone has 133 medical calculators and scoring tools.
- Medscape from WebMD - iPhone
Medical reference tool from WebMD. Contains over 80 tables and protocols including workups, treatments, differential diagnoses and drug interactions.
- PubMed CLIP - iPhone: $
iPhone app for searching PubMed with additional functionality: text search, advanced search of 36 fields and 8 limits, save searches to run later, access full-text PDFs of UMMS subscriptions. Also, save articles for offline viewing, create folders for saving references.
- PubMed for Handhelds - Android and iPhone
Search PubMed via the web browser of any mobile device. Includes the ability to conduct a PICO search as well as search MedLine/PubMed, read journal abstracts and link to FullText.
- PubMed Mobile Beta- Android, Blackberry, iPhone
PubMed comprises more than 20 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.
- PubMed on Tap - iPhone: $
PubMed search interface with option to put in proxy URL to get to full-text of UMMS subscription content.
- PubMed on Tap Lite - iPhone
No cost version of PubMed search interface. Cannot get to full-text; abstracts only.
- PubSavvy - iPhone: $
PubMed search interface that allows you to select articles and send them to a clipboard for later reading.
- Breast Cancer Drug Trials - iPhone: $
Search for breast cancer drug trials by age, study status, gender, location and other criteria.
- Cancer Trials - iPhone
Search for cancer trials for 12 common cancers in MedTrust Online’s oncology databases. Limit by age, study status, gender, location and other criteria. Developed with GlaxoSmithKline.
- Clinical Trials- iPhone: $
Search through every clinical trial registered with the U.S. government (over 98,000). Cross referenced with abstract numbers from ASCO and other medical conferences.
- Colon Cancer Drug Trials - iPhone: $
Search for colon cancer drug trials by age, study status, gender, location and other criteria.
- Drug Trials - iPhone
Search for drug trials by age, study status, gender, location and other criteria.
- Lung Cancer Drug Trials - iPhone: $
Search for lung cancer drug trials by age, study status, gender, location and other criteria.