The iMedicalApps Team consists of a group of physicians and medical students who provide commentary and reviews of mobile medical technology and applications. Our reviews and commentary are based on our own experiences in the hospital and clinic setting.
Mobile apps provide a simple, low-cost opportunity for you to educate patients more efficiently and effectively at the point of care.
Medical App Journal is an independent website created by and for medical professionals. Our goal is to only index and review applications used by medical doctors and healthcare professionals in clinical care. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive database of independent, insightful, and unbiased reviews of mobile medical apps by the very professionals who use them on a daily basis in clinical practice.
The following is a list of 10 essential medical apps Emergency Medicine providers should have on their smartphones. Links to iPhone and Android platforms are provided for each app. The apps are listed based on my experiences working in the Emergency Room and the app reviews that have been done prior at iMedicalApps.
Doximity is the largest medical professional network in the US, with over 40% of physicians as members. Through both mobile and web platforms, physicians can use Doximity's free tools for HIPAA-secure communication, electronic faxing, reading custom-curated medical news, and career management
The Epocrates Rx free drug reference enables healthcare professionals to find medical information more quickly and confidently at the point of care. Our continually updated drug database provides monographs for 3,300 brand and generic drugs, including dosing, adverse reactions, interactions, pharmacology, and pricing, as well as images of the medication.
ERres is an easy-to-navigate bedside tool containing the various calculators, medication lists, algorithms, decision rules, clinical policies and core content most often looked up by emergency care providers. An evidence-based and up-to-date app that works on both your iPhone/iPad AND Android devices. Continuously updated and expanded…
Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.
We believe that healthcare systems should talk to each other so you and your patients always have actionable health information at your fingertips.
The fastest, most comprehensive medical app designed for healthcare professionals.
Micromedex® Drug Reference Essentials provides on-the-go access to the industry’s most trusted and comprehensive drug information, when and where it’s needed most. Users will find peace of mind knowing the content is backed by the same thorough, unbiased editorial process as all Micromedex solutions.
I make it easier than ever to keep all your medical must-haves in one place.
Learn faster. Retain more. Orca Health apps are multisensory to provide a more powerful learning experience. Let's face it–learning is about doing. Every Orca Health app helps you learn using touch, sound, sight, and real interactivity.
No yearly subscription fees.
Essential Emergency Medicine.
Newly revised and updated for 2015, PressorDex is a comprehensive therapeutic guide to the myriad of pressors, vasoactive drugs, continuous infusions, and other medications needed to treat the critically ill patient. Written by emergency medicine physicians for emergency medicine physicians, this indispensable app gives you concise tools
Authored by clinician experts, QxMD’s mobile apps are relied upon by physicians, nurses and other health care professionals from around the world.
We empower the modern physician through mobile technology, and in the first demonstration of its kind, we're showing that it matters. We put vital signs, instant heart rhythm checks (ECG), even high definition photos of the back of the eye in any clinician's phone. The Smartphone Physical provides a unique glimpse into the future of the exam room.
With an UpToDate® Anywhere or an individual subscription, you can answer medical questions when and where they arise from a tablet or mobile device. Choose the solution that's right for you!
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available updated set of notes and checklists that allow for rapid reference of key information. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.
Use your touch screen to rotate and zoom around 29 interactive structures. Discover how each brain region functions, what happens when it is injured, and how it is involved in mental illness. Each detailed structure comes with information on functions, disorders, brain damage, case studies, and links to modern research.
You choose which resources to download to your phone. We give you the latest updates so you always have the best information available.
AirStrip® transforms the way healthcare is practiced with an innovative mobile solution that enables clinicians to interact with and respond rapidly to clinically relevant patient health information—anywhere, anytime. We put the power to improve the quality of care in your hands.
Create a connection that goes beyond a pill reminder.
This App simply explains to the anesthesia provider how we REALLY manage over 400 cases.
Note: Surgical cases vary according to surgeon, facility, and patient.
Gain easy access to the award-winning AO Surgery Reference. AO Surgery Reference is an online repository for surgical knowledge. It describes the complete surgical management process from diagnosis to aftercare for all fractures of a given anatomical region, and also assembles relevant material that the AO has published before. It gives access to:
* Hundreds of surgical procedures and approaches
* Surgical decision making made easy with literature evaluated and prepared for quick reference
* Hundreds of pages of previously published AO material
This app will help you become a master of injection therapy. Cortisone injections are without a doubt the most effective treatment for localized inflammatory pain. They are less expensive and have fewer side effects than NSAIDs.
EMRA’s Basics of Emergency Medicine is the brainchild of an emergency medicine physician who became frustrated by other EM guidebooks, which were difficult to navigate and hard to use on-the-fly. Designed to be concise, not comprehensive, this app centers on the 20 most common chief complaints that present in emergency departments...
The CDC Influenza application for clinicians and other health care professionals makes it easier than ever to find CDC’s latest recommendations and influenza activity updates on your iPad. The application is one of an expanding collection of applications from CDC on a variety of specific topics, each optimized for your mobile device. Now you can have topical CDC content wherever you go.
Chest X-Ray Training is an educational quiz app designed for medical students, doctors, radiographers and healthcare professionals. Whether you are studying chest x-ray interpretation for the first time or are brushing up on existing knowledge, our app is a valuable tool.
Do you need a faster, more convenient way of searching for clinical trials?
Clinical Trials.app is a powerful search tool that provides mobile access to more than 86,000 registered clinical trials from the National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health database.
The original Scut Monkey Handbook is the market-leading survival guide for the wards and in the clinic!
DigitalNeurosurgeon.com provides software for clinical decision support. Focused on neurosurgical relevance, applications are available for web, iPhone, iPad and Android.
Doctot Geriatric is a suite of the most widely used clinician-administered assessment scales related to geriatric patients. Doctot Geriatric affords the medical practitioner a highly efficient and easy-to-use tool to measure important functions of geriatric patients.
The e-Val MD software allows the medical practitioner to turn an H&P examination into an electronic medical record (EMR) with a simple, easy-to-use touch-screen interface - and do so while away from the desk or in between patient rounds.
The EMRA ABx Guide is a necessity for any health care professional who rotates in the emergency department. Find antibiotics based on organ system, diagnosis, or organism. Virtually every type of infectious disease is covered for outpatient management and for patients needing admission. Includes everything you've come to love about EMRA's printed guide, but with the ability to search.
Are you a doctor or medical professional? This is the iPhone version of Andrew Yee''s huge eponym database consisting of over 1,600 medical eponyms.
This app is designed for use by all medical, nursing and allied health clinicians in Emergency Departments across New South Wales.
The EyeMD iPhone app is a mobile eye exam tool for medical doctors, medical professionals, neurologists, optometrists, medical school students and residents. EyeMD is the industry leading eye exam application on the market today!
The world's bestselling medical review book, with more than 1,250 frequently tested facts and mnemonics. This app runs fast and is designed to be user-friendly for your mobile device. There is also an interactive Q&A mode based on the Rapid Review section of the book.
Free Neuroradiology Cases is an educational app that provides interesting neuroradiology cases for self-assessment purposes. While designed for radiology residents, neuroradiology fellows, and practicing radiologists, this app can also be an useful educational tool for neurology, neurosurgery, and otolaryngology residents.
Developed specifically for your iPhone and iPod Touch platforms as a digital medical assistant to manage patient records.
The Instant ECG iPhone App teaches the basics of electrocardiogram (ECG) electrophysiology, myocardial action potential, associated waveforms, intervals and segments in order to help you develop a framework needed to analyze ECGs.
iPharmacy offers the official information of the most commonly prescribed drugs.
An invaluable learning tool for medical students and residents with little time to spare, iRadiology allows for quick review of classic radiology cases during rounds or clinical rotations.
The Johns Hopkins POC-IT Antibiotic (ABX), Diabetes, HIV, and Psychiatry Guides are regularly updated, evidence-based decision resources to help you answer critical questions at the point of care.
MedCalc gives you easy access to complicated medical formulas, scores, scales and classifications.
Mediquations for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad brings over 230 medical calculations and scoring tools to your fingertips with the simplicity and elegance you expect out of an iPhone application. If you're a health professional, Mediquations is quite possibly the most important companion for your iPhone or iPad!
Medical and healthcare apps for mobile devices.
The modalityBODY App for iPad enables you to create interactive image libraries of the human body for professional reference, training, and patient education. Compile images from renowned medical texts or from your own photos to create custom collections.
The latest medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice, from the most trusted name in medicine - The New England Journal of Medicine.
This pediatric dose application has multiple drugs (over 100) in the database. The list is very long please visit our website to see complete list or scroll to the bottom.
PEPID's trusted clinical resources are formatted specifically for the iPhone and iPod Touch. With specialized clinical content, PEPID iPhone medical apps offer a variety of product suites for healthcare professionals of all types.
We develop software that Makes Doctors Happy™. pMD lets you use your mobile device to quickly capture charges, access information and communicate securely, vastly increasing your efficiency. That means you'll spend more time being a doctor, and less time acting like an accountant with a really expensive medical degree.
How convenient would it be to have a comprehensive collection of industry-standard mental health screening measures at your fingertips? Designed by a clinician from the ground up, Psych on Demand enables medical professionals, researchers, residents, students, and supporting staff to have point-of-care access in a variety of inpatient, research, and outpatient settings.
When every second counts, turn to Quick Medical Diagnosis & Treatment (QMDT)--the ultimate on-call and office companion. This streamlined, alphabetically arranged reference delivers evidence-based diagnosis and treatment information on more than 950 diseases and disorders regularly encountered in hospital and outpatient settings.
ReachMD MedicalRadio delivers world class medical content directly from ReachMD, the leader in medical education and information for medical professionals.
Read by QxMD’ provides a single place to discover new research, read outstanding topic reviews and search PubMed. It provides a simple interface that drives discovery and seamless access to the medical literature by reformatting it into a personalized digital medical journal.
This mobile app will deliver all the important information you need to perform clinical ultrasound examinations at the bedside. The app's concise, step-by-step instructions will guide you through how to obtain the best images for integration into your clinical practice. Designed to meet the needs of health care professionals at any level of practice, SonoSupport is the only ultrasound app you will ever need.
Unique Clinical Apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
This is a simple to use, yet highly efficient, app that calculates the appropriate time a patient should return for suture removal.
Perfectly synchronized suture removal is important for the prevention of cross-hatching, scarring, etc.
This app takes the current date into consideration and depending on the location of the body where the sutures are located, recommends a follow-up date for the patient.
The Wheel SP (for 'SPinner') is a gestational age calculator (also known as a pregnancy wheel) that is used every day by doctors, obstetricians, midwives, nurses, and pregnant women.
We provide physicians, residents, and students with quality drug, disease, and research information via our apps for iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone devices.
The VisualDx decision support and reference tool for physicians includes 1,300+ diagnoses and 28,000+ medical images to aid diagnosis and therapeutic decisions. REQUIRES a VisualDx subscription.
In today's healthcare scenario with its shortage of nurses and other caregivers and the growing demands of an aging population fast, effective, unified communication is more important than ever before.