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Medical Resources
   
HARVARD'S PUBLIC HEALTH NEWS
Covers breaking health news and events at Harvard's Public Health School.
Cost: FREE
  MEDLINE PLUS (mobile website)
Health information that covers diseases, conditions, medications, wellness topics, and the latest news. Cost: FREE
 
  LIVING MEDICAL TEXTBOOK 
iTunes link to Living Medical Textbook apps: Diabetes ; Parkinson’s Disease Multiple Sclerosis ; Leukemia & MDS ; Metastatic Melanoma
 

REACHMD
Delivers world class medical content directly from ReachMD, the leader in medical education and information for medical professionals.

Cost:FREE

   

 

 

Drug Tools
EPOCRATES
A drug reference app that checks for drug interactions; identifies pills and identifies brand, generic, and OTC medicines. Must create a free account.Cost: FREE
   

LACTMED
LactMed is an app produced by the National Library of Medicine which provides a database of drugs and dietary supplements that may affect breastfeeding.

Cost: FREE

   

 MICROMEDEX
Drug Information contains monograph information on 4500+ search terms. 

Cost: FREE

   

 

Clinical Tools
  AHRQ ePSS
Assists primary care clinicians identify the screening, counseling, and preventive medication services that are appropriate for their patients.
Cost: FREE
 

iSTETHSCOPE PRO
Turns your iPhone into a stethoscope, allowing you to listen to your heatbeat...
Cost: $1.00

An app that includes key medical phrases in a variety of languages.**NIH Award Recipient**
COST: FREE
SHOTS
Provides CDC vaccine schedules for each vaccine, including: basics, high risk indications, adverse reactions and other information.
Cost: FREE  
   DIAGNOSARUS DDx
Reach an accurate diagnosis by searching or browsing over 1,000 differential diagnoses by organ system, symptom, disease, 
Cost: FREE
           
     

 

EPONYMS
Eponyms brings a short description of more than 1,700 common medical eponyms to your Android device. A perfect tool to quickly look up the meaning of any eponym.
Cost: FREE


A Snellen Eye Chart is an eye chart used by eye care professionals and others to measure visual acuity. Snellen chart is typically placed at 20' or 6m, pocket-sized versions such as this one can provide useful screens for rough visual acuity.
Cost: FREE
 
 

 

 

Student Tools
Test out your decision making skills in a risk-free environment. Assess your clinical knowledge on the go. Learn about diseases within minutes.
Cost: FREE
 
 
 
An interactive mobile simulator that guides you step-by-step through every part of an operation, and every decision that’s made along the way.
Cost: FREE
   

 

 

Patient Tools
  HEALOW
If you are juggling multiple juggling different provider accounts and patient portals can be confusing.  Healow is a link to keep all providers in a single location.
Cost: FREE
   FIRST AID BY AMERICAN RED CROSS
The official American Red Cross First Aid app puts expert advice for everyday emergencies in your hand.
Cost: FREE
 
Find out your risk of six major diseases - including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer; get customized tips for prevention; and begin to boost your health.
Cost: FREE