Bipolar Disorder Test app is designed to evaluate symptoms of bipolar disorder by using the Mood Disorder Questionnaire (MDQ), a scientifically-supported screening tool for bipolar spectrum disorder.
As a part of their End TB strategy, the WHO released the "Compendium of WHO Guidelines and Associated Standards" to support the delivery of care for all people affected by tuberculosis (TB), which is available as a free mobile app for Android and iOS.
The SmokerStop app developed by Dr. Titus Brinker from Germany is aimed at patients who want to quit smoking. The app uses personal motivation as its primary smoking cessation technique, which is backed by science according to the app creators.
Since 1988, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) issues Standards of Medical Care to help providers quickly access the current diabetes treatment recommendations. These recommendations are also available as a mobile app.
Thinksulin is a point-of-care app that contains many clinical practice guidelines deployed as checklists and medical calculators intended for providers responsible for prescribing and administering of insulin to patients in hospital with diabetes.
The iDx Essentials app is a quick reference for a rapid diagnosis and appropriate diagnostic workup of common infectious diseases, providing evidence-based stats and formulas, as well as well-referenced treatment guidelines.
QuitMedKit app is designed to assist healthcare providers in effective counseling and treatment of tobacco dependence among their patients, helping them quit smoking.
Curely is the app that connects patients worried about their symptoms with doctors, dentists, or alternative medicine specialists who can also use the app to answer urgent questions and provide useful health advice to the patients.
MyTherapy app combines a pill reminder, symptom, measurement and activity tracker, and a health journal – all in one spot. It is aimed at supporting patients with chronic conditions in adhering to their prescribed treatment plans.
The ACOG app developed by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is a collection of the latest clinical guidelines, tools, news, and other resources related to obstetrics and gynecology.