eFAST is essentially an eBook but with a twist. It is an interactive multimedia rich app covering ultrasound in trauma brilliantly – for FREE
OrthoKeys aims to provide everything you need when you encounter an orthopaedic patient. with guidance on management and the ability to search externally
CT Scanning in Critical and Emergency Care aims to teach ED health professionals to better understand CT scans and pick up common abnormalities. It contains tutorials that work through CT interpretation cases
This week, we released Smart FOAM, a new mobile app, which collects all your #FOAMed resources in the one place. The idea is to make it easier to access FOAM, given that the volume of content is increasing by the minute.
Read by QxMD is simple but great. It allows you to keep track of journal articles, browse through recent releases and share them with others.
drawMD is a beautiful app for the iPad that allows you to explain procedures and illnesses to your patients by using customised diagramatic visual aids
In this episode we take a look at how to find the apps we are after quickly (especially good quality medical apps), how we can launch apps, how we can delete them and how we can update them.
One the best features of the iPad (and in fact a lot apple devices) is how easy it is to use from the beginning. Anyone, from the technophiles, children through to Orangutans can get use to simply navigating around the iPad.
Welcome to first of many Pimp my iPad episodes for clinicians and medical students.
A LITFL call to readers: How do you do ICU ward rounds on the iPad? Share your experiences with us all!