In 2014, app downloads topped a whopping 179 billion. Doctors are not getting left behind and are also hopping on the bandwagon and snapping up the apps that have been created especially for them.
Here are our 5 picks for the best doctors’ mobile Apps
View patient images (X-rays, scans etc.) and reports from a wide variety of computers and mobile devices. Doctors can collaborate with other practitioners and diagnose from any location. Highly secure, its unique architecture safeguards patient data behind the firewall and Server side and data cannot be moved or transferred to any device.
24/7 access to images and other patient data, from any location using the Mobile Medical Image viewer. Enable better patient outcome, improve productivity and higher satisfaction for practitioners.
Allows you to look up the most current prescribing and safety information for thousands of prescription and Over–the-Counter drugs. It also includes herbal formulations and and supplements, with a drug Interaction checker.
One of the fastest and most comprehensive method of checking medication dosages, pricing, and interactions. The ability to search by drug or by drug class saves time and increases flexibility.
MUSCLE AND BONE ANATOMY 3D
It exposes the different layers of muscle within the human body. Rotating the model in one direction will slowly remove superficial layers exposing deeper muscles until the skeleton is reached.
This app is an ideal introduction to gross anatomy for medical students. It is suitable for early years and content is enhanced by features such as audio pronunciations and videos. Affordable download and attractive user interface increase its accessibility.
For Paediatrics, Pedi QuikCalc is a medical calculator that gives instant access to weight-based drug dosing, IV fluid rates, and weight conversions. Additional calculators like an estimator for weight- and length-for-age, Growth Charts, Bilirubin evaluation, BMI-for-age, Adjusted Mid-Parental Height, and a flexible Dosage Calculator expand on these core functions.
Increased efficiency through the ability to quickly calculate vital weight-based calculations of drug and IV fluid dosages means quicker nursery rounds and more accurate assessments.
HEART FAILURE TRIALS
For the doctor who wants to keep their finger on the pulse, this app gives you all the latest evidence-based research about heart failure and is updated frequently with recent and current trials, expert opinions, and heart failure guidelines.
Keeps busy doctors abreast of developments, learn about new ways to treat and prevent heart failure. Topics reviewed include the use of medications and supplements, surgical therapy, pulmonary artery catheters and more.
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