As reviewed recently in iMedicalApps, the BMJ Group has created The Doctor’s Toolbag, an iPhone app designed to assist doctors in following clinical prediction rules for diagnosis and prognosis. contains information on 74 common clinical prediction tools, along with evidence summaries for each tool with links to the relevant literature. It can be customized to provide one-click access to your most-frequently used tools, and has an adjustable font size to make reading easier on the iPhone’s small screen. It costs $6.99, plus an update subscription of $14.99 for one year.
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