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Mobile app for parents: KidsDoc

As recently reviewed on the iMedicalApps blog, the American Academy of Pediatrics has released KidsDoc for the iPhone, a medical advice resource based on the clinical protocols used for the last 16 years by pediatricians and nurses. It features a simple, 3-step navigation system, and includes an alphabetical index, a body area index, and a […]

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Good review of mobile apps for PubMed

The blog iMedicalApps took on the challenge of evaluating the various mobile applications for searching PubMed in detail, which took a whopping seven pages for the final report. The blog’s editors conclude: Of the reviewed apps, only two are worth considering, namely Pubmed Clip and Pubmed on Tap. Of these, Pubmed on Tap is the […]

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Fighting for innovative healthcare at Notre Dame

As summarized today on the iMedical Apps blog, Dr. Hsueh-Chia Chang, a distinguished professor at the University of Notre Dame, is working on using microfluidic technology in order to create a hand held device that can quickly detect pathogens in blood and toxins in food and water. If successful, this tool will not only be […]

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Free premium mobile software

As noted in the iMedicalApps blog, Epocrates Essentials (usually $159) is being offered free for medical students if you download it before August 31st, 2010. Epocrates offers one free and three pay applications: Epocrates Rx (free) Epocrates Rx Pro ($99/year) Epocrates Essentials ($159/year) Epocrates Essentials Deluxe ($199/year) The free version is available for iPhone/iPod touch, […]

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