5 medical apps for the
Does your smart phones have these 5 medical apps? I ask for an app
recommendation at work. These are the great apps that a nurse had on her
You won’t have to sit and worry about bumps,
scratches or aches. Find out what it could be and get the care you need.
Find research, pharmacies, doctors and maps to those locations.
These are apps to help you see what it could be.
Always follow your doctor’s advice.
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has a lot of information for the consumer, Epocrate and Prognosis are
for someone in the medical field or someone with high medical interest.
By Epocrates, Inc
4.5 STARS out of 5
Get quick access to reliable drug, disease, and diagnostic information on your smart phones. The medical information is quite involved. Great for someone in the medical field who needs to get the information fast to answer questions. It is an easy app to use but the information can be a bit technical. Below is the description of what is available for the iPhone
- Clinical information on thousands of prescription, generic, and OTC drugs
- In-depth formulary information
- Pill ID: identify pills by imprint code and physical characteristics
- InteractionCheck: check for adverse reactions between up to 30 drugs at a time
- Dozens of calculations, such as BMI and GFR
- Current medical news, research, and information
You’ll need to create/verify an account with Epocrates to use this app. To create an account, go to: www.epocrates.com
- Evidence-based treatment info for hundreds of diseases and conditions
- Specific/empiric treatment guidelines for hundreds of infectious diseases.
- Lab prep, interpretation, and follow-up for hundreds of tests & panels
- Medical dictionary (over 100,000 medical terms)
- Over 20,000 ICD-9 and CPT® codes
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FREE Version:  -  iPhone |  iPad
FREE Version: Android
By Max Soderstrom
3.5 STARS out of 5
The Human Anatomy application is a SIMPLE educational quick reference app for your smart phone that contains the information of sixteen different biological systems. I used the clear charts that you can zoom into or pinch out to show the physical therapist where my Mom had fractured her bone. The therapist was quite impressed with how I used the app to explain the injury.
You want more information tap the MORE INFO button at the top. You want more details tap the WIKI button. It links you to a Wikipedia page. This is an easy to use, informational app that anyone can use.
Download it on your iPad and hit 2X to enlarge the app.
List of Contents
1. Cardio Vascular System
2. Digestive system
3. Endocrine - Central Nervous
4. Endocrine - Reproductive
5. Endocrine - Alimentary
6. The Eye
7. Female Reproductive System
8. Lymphatic System
9. Male Reproductive System
10. Muscular System - Back
11. Muscular System - Front
12. Nervous System
13. Respiratory System
14. Skeletal System - Back
15. Skeletal System - Front
16. Urinary System
FREE Version: - iPhone
By Healthagen LLC
4.5 STARS out of 5
Created by two ER docs, iTriage helps you answer the questions: “What medical condition could I have?” and “Where should I go for treatment?” Save, easily access, and share the healthcare information most important to you.
These are the Features you will get on your smart phones:
* Search symptoms, learn about potential causes, and then be directed to the most appropriate treatment facility or doctor
* Find the closest facilities and doctors from your location
* Maps and turn-by-turn directions to all provider facilities
* Thousands of medical symptoms, diseases, procedures, and medications
* Clear, concise, and useful information
* Wait times for select Hospital Emergency Rooms and Urgent Care facilities
* Pre-registration feature for select Hospital Emergency Rooms
* Appointment setting through iTriage for select physicians
* Emergency hotlines, and physician and nurse advice lines
* Save your personal healthcare facilities, doctors, diseases, procedures, medications, and health plan advice lines
* View your Personal Health Record (PHR) stored with Microsoft HealthVault
FREE Version: - iPhone  |  iPad
FREE Version: Android
4 STARS out of 5
WebMD Symptom Checker – Select the part of the body that is troubling you, choose your symptoms, & learn about potential conditions or issues.
First Aid Essentials – Your handy guide for medical emergencies. From insect stings to broken bones, helpful treatment tips are always available, even without an Internet connection.
Local Health Listings – Find the closest physician, hospital, & pharmacy based on your current location or search by city, state or zip.
Personalize your app by saving drugs, conditions and articles relevant to you — through secure access and easy sign-in.
You will have all the medical information you need no matter which smart phones you are using.
FREE Version: -  iPhone  |  iPod
FREE Version:   -  iPad
FREE Version: - Android
Skin, Hair & Nails
By Michael Quach
3 STARS out of 5
Top Skin, Hair & Nail Facts at your fingertips on the Smart Phones. You can download it to the iPad too. Just hit the 2x button to enlarge.
● Head Lice
● Skin Itching
● And many more...
Quick and easy app to use. Select a topic, read then information you need. What it looks like, symptoms, and possible treatments. Use this app as a reference only. Always get checked by a licensed professional.
Please read legal disclaimer provided by Michael Quach before downloading.
FREE Version: -  iPhone  |  iPod  |  iPad
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