Pedi Crisis app is a quick reference based on a series of critical event checklists that the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia had developed to help clinicians manage 26 pediatric anesthesia emergencies.
The Safe Motherhood Initiative app contains safety toolkits or bundles to provide care guidance, algorithms, checklists, and other tools to aid prevention of the leading causes of maternal death: hemorrhage, hypertension, and venous thromboembolism.
The Essential Skeleton is an educational app that provides a detailed anatomy of the human skeletal system allowing users to navigate and explore a high detailed interactive 3D model.
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.
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.
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.
ReachMD app is a useful resource to help healthcare professionals keep up with medical content and earn continued medical education (CME) credits through various activities, such as listening to discussions and taking exams.