Review: Apps for keeping track of resuscitation situations comparing 3 Code Apps: Full Code Pro, Code Runner and Code CPR
MedNote is designed to keep all your essential documents, algorithms, notes, tables, images, and audio clips easily accessible and searchable on your iPhone
Chest X-ray is a quiz to test your skills of x-ray interpretation. Answer the questions and then take a look at how wrong (or right) you were
digiDoc Pulse Oximeter is a fabulous concept. It uses your iPhone to take saturations and HR measurements.
Skitch (by Evernote) helps you get your point across with fewer words using annotation, shapes and sketches
SonoSupport is a comprehensive guide to all things ultrasound. If you want to read up about best ultrasound techniques or need a refresher, SonoSupport aim to provides it all for in one app
SimpLog allows you to keep track of patient follow-up from ED, so you will remember to chase results, call the patient to check their symptoms are improving or arrange follow up
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
PressorDex is an app version of John Greenwood’s book, which is a handbook for treating critically ill patients. It contains guidance on medications, infusions, treatment, diagnosis and has inbuilt calculators.
Critical is an emergency medicine and general medicine reference app that provides the user with guidelines and information about treatment.
GenSurgCall is a quick-reference guide, which gives a brief overview of general surgical problems. Useful for med students and junior doctors
Medrills Airway is a simulation app like no other. It is primarily aimed at paramedics but could be useful for ED physicians too