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Mobile Medical Apps  

Last Updated: Sep 24, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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  • Blackberry World
    Download and purchase apps for your BlackBerry device.
  • Google Play
    Download and purchase apps for your Android device, formerly known as the Android Market.
  • NLM Mobile
    Find apps and mobile sites created by the National Library of Medicine.
  • Mobile Apps Gallery
    Find government apps and mobile sites that offer official information and services.

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Recommended Apps

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Calculate by QxMD    
Clinical calculator and decision support tool. Assists with diagnosis, management and/or providing prognosis.
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Diagnosaurus DDX       
Search 1000+ differential diagnoses by disease, symptom, or organ system. Derived from Quick Answers on AccessMedicine.
See more Point-of-Care Apps

Sync your files online and across your computers automatically.
See more Productivity Apps

Point-of-care evidence-based information includes drug and disease information with 3000+ topics.
See more Point-of-Care Apps

Epocrates    Available here as a free download for medical students at the start of the academic year.
See more Drug Apps

Allows you to save notes, web pages, files, photos, recordings, etc. which are searchable and available on any mobile device or computer you use. Sync your files online and across your computers automatically.
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Provides evidence-based medical information at the point of care.
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