What's on My Ipod - page 3
What's on My Ipod? Ok I promised to let you all know about my explorations on my Ipod Touch. So here goes. All my medical applications take up less than a gig so it will all fit in. But... Read More
0Oct 3, '09 by AgrippaI just wish some of these apps weren't so expensive. I hate how some of them are just as expensive as the book version. They should do it like itunes does it with music. THey'd sell more at a cheaper price and it would all be profit since they have no cost of making/binding/delivering the books etc.
0Mar 24, '10 by Saifudin, RN, NPQuestion for all you techno-savvy nurses,
I am considering a PDA, etc., and would like any practical advice. I work in Saudi so no phone plans. All phones are sold unlocked. The IPhone 3.5 G is available for around $800. HTC, Palm, Acer, and others available. Are there available medical/nursing applications for the other PDA devices? Also, how many times can you drop an Iphone and be thankful it still works? Last, I like a keypad. Any problems with an all-touch system? Can you touch telephone extensions without any problems?
0Mar 27, '10 by buransicThe Merck Manual of Patient Symptoms is on my mp3 player. It's on iTunes. It can be a little dry, but it's good to listen to while you're waiting on your oil change or whatever.
The Skyscape Constellation packages are very useful, especially for students. It's a lot easier to electronically browse Lab & Diagnostics or the Drug Guide than to use a book.
0Apr 3, '10 by whichone'spinkAll my music
All my photos
Nursing Central-had to get that for school, and I love it.
Physical Exam-has systems assessments in case I need to refresh.
Auscultation-Has lung, heart and bowel sounds for me to refresh on.
iCal-Organizes everything for the week, and the whole month