GP Antibiotics is a simple free pocket reference containing up-to-date antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal and other antimicrobial management guidelines for the infections commonly encountered in adults and children.
This article addresses the app Cureatr. I talk about some of the features about what to expect when you download it and give my take on the practically and the problems that an app like this can target in the hospital setting.
Docphin started back in 2010 as a personalized health information network with the goal to help medical professionals to stay up-to-date on the medical journals and articles in an easily accessible form.
This article review provides a basic overview of the features that are available with the download of this application. I will discuss some of the advantages and disadvantages of the app as well as their clinical practically of this application.
This article reviews APP Asthma Care for Clinicians and covers some of the great features it has to offer. I help you navigate through the application and explain the clinical improvements that can occur with a simple download.
This article covers the UpToDate and reviews some of the pros and cons associated with a download. I'll walk you through some of the features and even add personal testimony for my experience with this tool.
Designed by Dr Christopher Kelly, NeoMate app is decision support and advice for junior doctors and nurses treating preterm or sick newborn babies who require intensive care in the neonatal intensive care units (NICU).
This article reviews the application HumanDx. It outlines some of the basic steps required to download it on your iPhones and I give you my opinion on the medical relevance of this application in a practical setting.
Researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, created Aspirin Guide app to help clinicians decide which patients are candidates for the use of low dose aspirin in the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
AnticoagEvaluator app, created by the American College of Cardiology (ACC), helps clinicians dealing with complex questions and decisions concerning oral anticoagulant therapy, as well as stroke and bleeding risk.