The Touch Surgery app simulates surgical procedures to allow teaching and testing of students and trainees.
This week I’m taking a break from reviewing apps that educate us as doctors, and instead have decided to look at how our smartphones, and technology in general, can be used to help our patients.
Agile MD aims to be a point-of-care handbook where health professionals can quickly look up treatment guidelines and protocols without requiring internet access
EM:RAP is a monthly emergency medicine podcast. With the EM:RAP App, you can easily listen on-the-go and stay up to date with the latest episodes.
I first reviewed figure1 on launch in the US. This week it has officially launched in Australia. Here I take a look at version 3.1 eight months after launch
OrthoKeys aims to provide everything you need when you encounter an orthopaedic patient. with guidance on management and the ability to search externally
Skitch (by Evernote) helps you get your point across with fewer words using annotation, shapes and sketches
FirstResponder is an app that can be used on the sports field by parents/teachers/coaches to determine the likelihood of a significant head injury
PalmEM includes PalmPedi content, and aims to cover everything you might need to know about Emergency Medicine). Is that really possible? It just might be.
Ready, steady…listen…diagnose (in 2 seconds) – heart sound quiz from @ekodevices