please respond with a list of nursing apps for android users.
Jun 26, '11
Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jun 27, '11
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Jul 5, '11
Thanks for posting. I'm looking to get a Droid soon and was wondering what resources were out there I could put on my phone for work/school.
Sep 5, '11
I also thank you for this post!
Just recently got a HTC Desire and was wondering what kind of apps The Market had.
Sep 5, '11
Hey! I have an android phone, and I LOVE medscape app. its FREE and has over 4000 drugs, an interaction checker, nursing articles and encylopedias! You can download it so you dont need to use data as well! Just have to sign up :-)
Jan 26, '12
I have HTC Android: Epocrates and Webmd
Jan 26, '12
oh and here in NYC iTriage was an app that made it on our local news special report
Feb 13, '12
Qx Calculate is great if you're looking for risk scores, etc.
Feb 14, '12
I used Nursing constellation @ Skyscape. But i use the free apps Medscape and Epocrates and dictionary.com....
Apr 11, '12
I too have an Android, apps that i have on my phone are Medscape...calculator...epocrates...micromedex...s kyscape...eponyms...visual anatomy...dosage calculator...nursing essentials. my extras are mini nurse and relief finder. this pretty much covers wverything and i have no problem using these while at work.
Apr 23, '12
so far skyscape is the number one free app I've found for looking up drugs and procedures. I've used medscape, webmd, epocrates and a couple others. None of them compare.
May 9, '12
I have: Medscape, Micromedex, PubMed Mobile, & WebMD
May 13, '12
Although its not exactly a 'resource', I like the app/game called Prognosis, it gives patient scenarios and you decide how to assess and treat them and see if you're right. Afterwards it gives a pretty in depth explanation of the diagnosis and what to assess/appropriate treatments etc, and then you can comment or discuss it w/others who did that scenario. Each patient case is written by diff. physicians around the world, usually based off cases they've had, and although some are no brainers, there's been a few that stumped me but taught me something new. I also like the discussion board at the end where people post why they did certain treatments based on how they practice medicine in other countries, and I've even been able to teach a few of them a thing or two lol...
Its totally free app, new cases posted weekly, nd they're working on releasing a second version that's based specifically in cardiology, both that and the original are also available on iphone. Hope ya like it ;-)
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