These Android medical applications have to be free, and feature designed for clinical centers, medical, or informative patient education.
Android continues to improve the supply of medical applications of quality and this is an indicator of the evolution of the market, best phones mean best applications. On December 23, 2010 the Marketplace of Android opened the category of medical applications.
This list updates the one presented in the preceding article, is based on reviews of the sector and not in best-selling applications statistics. We update the reviews of the Android applications already commented on our website. Click to see the overview of each application and installation instructions:
1- Medscape: complete set of resources on medications, contraindications and combinations, videos and images of diseases, risk factors, procedures and protocols. Also check out the iPad version.
2- Epocrates: identification of drugs, dose and information on interactions calculator directory.
3- Skyscape: medical information, including the Archimedes calculator.
4- Evernote: document management tool, organized by the PDF and allows notes.
5- Calculate by QxMD: collection of calculators medical useful for learning by their method of questions.
6- MedPage Today: access to multiple sources of medical information in text, audio and video. See MedPage version iPhone.
7- Harvard School of Public Health: educational information in different formats.
8- Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR): comprehensive drug reference directory.
9- Standard Dictations: aid for medical students.
10- USPSTF ePSS (electronic preventive services selector): System of recommendations useful for medical professionals.
11- PubMed Mobile: medical articles search system.
12- Ob (pregnancy) Wheel: useful information for professionals and parents interested in pregnancy.
13- Eponyms: collection of medical phrases and assigned to proper names pathologies.
14- Speed Anatomy: atlas basic to study medicine.
15- Calorie Counter by FatSecret: consultation on diets and classification of food even by scanning bar codes.