LDL-C Manager app by American College of Cardiology combines three apps in one, including ASCVD Risk Estimator, LDL-C Lowering Therapy and Statin Intolerance with goal to provide most recent recommendations on cholesterol and statin management.
Making Healthy Choices app is created as a part of mutual effort by Choosing Wisely initiative and Consumer Reports with a goal to provide the recommendations to the patients and empower them to use less unnecessary tests and procedures.
UMEM Pearls app is free app for Android and iPhone made by the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland that brings clinical pearls to Emergency Medicine students and residents.
Resuscitation! app is developed by EM Gladiators with aim to help medical students and professionals improve their diagnostic management skills by solving complex medical simulation cases on their smartphones.
The Ottawa Rules app helps healthcare providers make better decisions on using diagnostic imaging to evaluate patients with knee, ankle, foot and spine injuries, with a goal to reduce unnecessary imaging that also reduces wait times and healthcare costs.
BridgeAnticoag app by American College of Cardiology provides a guidance to clinicians across specialties on how to manage anticoagulation therapy in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation who are to undergo invasive procedure or surgery.
Diabetes Kit app is a simple logbook for diabetes patients owning an iPhone supposed to help them track their blood glucose levels, carbs, medications and activity.
Proceducate is a free mobile app for family physicians, aimed to improve the teaching and learning experience for minor procedures in Family Medicine.
Guideline Central app is available for both Android and iOS and it provides access to more than 2,600 guidelines indexed by organization, profession, specialty and categories from more than 30 well-known medical associations.
LactMed app is primarily designed for medical providers, but it can also help breastfeeding mothers figure out which medications are safe, risky or dangerous from the huge database of drugs and dietary supplements that may affect breastfeeding.