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Suggested iPhone Apps for students

  1. 0 Do you have any iPhone apps that you used and can recommend for nursing school? Maybe anything that you rely on that has helped you study, or stay organized? Please share!!
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  3. Visit  SunshineDaisy profile page
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    I love micromedex! It's a pretty good drug reference. I also have a few nclex apps from Saunders and Lippencot.
  4. Visit  ProudStudent profile page
    #2 0
    Quote from SunshineDaisy
    I love micromedex! It's a pretty good drug reference. I also have a few nclex apps from Saunders and Lippencot.
    I'll check them out! Thanks for responding.
  5. Visit  vcoronel127 profile page
    #3 0
    I always use dictionary.com...
  6. Visit  CharmantUn profile page
    #4 0
    The two I use all the time are:
    1.Merriam Webster Medical dictionary--the dictionary is fully loaded on my iphone, there's no annual fee, and I don't need 3G or wifi to use it. It keeps track of your history--so you can easily see words you've had to look up recently.
    2. Medical Terms reference--great for quickly looking up acronyms you don't know. This is super helpful when you are picking a pt and looking at a Kardex and you have no idea what something like SBO means. (Small Bowel Obstruction)

    Others I've bought but I rarely use:
    RN Nursing Essentials
    Lytes
    Top 200 Drugs
    Lab Values
    Nurse Tabs-Med Surg
    ICU pearls
    PICU lite calculator
    Health Costs--Healthcare Blue Book

    Post to this forum if you want to know more about any of these apps.
  7. Visit  gwraynel profile page
    #5 0
    two I use all the time are:
    1.Merriam Webster Medical dictionary--the dictionary is fully loaded on my iphone, there's no annual fee, and I don't need 3G or wifi to use it. It keeps track of your history--so you can easily see words you've had to look up recently.
    2. Medical Terms reference--great for quickly looking up acronyms you don't know. This is super helpful when you are picking a pt and looking at a Kardex and you have no idea what something like SBO means. (Small Bowel Obstruction)

    Others I've bought but I rarely use:
    RN Nursing Essentials
    Lytes
    Top 200 Drugs
    Lab Values
    Nurse Tabs-Med Surg
    ICU pearls
    PICU lite calculator
    Health Costs--Healthcare Blue Book

    Post to this forum if you want to know more about any of these apps.[/QUOTE]
  8. Visit  GitanoRN profile page
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    Quote from gwraynel
    two I use all the time are:
    1.Merriam Webster Medical dictionary--the dictionary is fully loaded on my iphone, there's no annual fee, and I don't need 3G or wifi to use it. It keeps track of your history--so you can easily see words you've had to look up recently.
    2. Medical Terms reference--great for quickly looking up acronyms you don't know. This is super helpful when you are picking a pt and looking at a Kardex and you have no idea what something like SBO means. (Small Bowel Obstruction)

    Others I've bought but I rarely use:
    RN Nursing Essentials
    Lytes
    Top 200 Drugs
    Lab Values
    Nurse Tabs-Med Surg
    ICU pearls
    PICU lite calculator
    Health Costs--Healthcare Blue Book

    Post to this forum if you want to know more about any of these apps.
    [/QUOTE]

    I truly wish these were around when I was in my nursing program.
  9. Visit  KRSLPN profile page
    #7 0
    One of the best apps I've come across, and it's free, is Medscape. Very useful with plenty of good info
  10. Visit  GitanoRN profile page
    #8 0
    Medscape is what I stated previously, Free is always good...just saying.

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