What's your favorite Iphone app?

  1. I have seen a lot of docs and nurses lately using their Iphones to look things up (and maybe texting, who knows ).

    Do you have a favorite app? I have tried to find some nursing related ones, and there don't seem to be many. The only ones I have found are for studying for the NCLEX. If you could make an app, what would you want it to do?
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  2. 18 Comments

  3. by   sweet_b
    I love my IV drip rate app, and my ATI NCLEX testing app.
    I guess it's more of a student nurse app.
  4. by   annaedRN
    I am a home health nurse, and I find Medscape very helpful to look up interactions with their new meds...or those OTC meds, herbs and supplements that the patient never tells the pharmacist or the doc about!
  5. by   RedhairedNurse
    I have many spanish translator app... iTranslate is my new favorite
  6. by   OutlawNurse86
    Jibbigo English to Spanish (vice-versa) translator
    Epocrates drug reference
    ECG Guide
    Facebook
    Call of Duty World at War: Zombies

    (FYI the last two ain't really "nursey" apps)
  7. by   nerdtonurse?
    Skyscape's Nursing Constellation -- Davis Drug guide, IV drug guide, calculators, tons of good stuff!
  8. by   itsmejuli
    Angry Birds...for when I just need to take the stress out on those little piggies.
  9. by   TrixieRN1
    Do the previously mentioned apps work on ATT/Sprint/TMobile/Verizon smart phones?
  10. by   azcna
    Are there any apps that help with careplans? Lol.
  11. by   traumaRUs
    Will move this to the Nursing and Computer Forum.
  12. by   bekindtokittens
    Medscape is awesome for looking up meds. Better than Epocrates, in my opinion.

    I also like my menstrual tracker, also free, so I don't get surprised at work...
  13. by   OutlawNurse86
    Quote from bekindtokittens
    Medscape is awesome for looking up meds. Better than Epocrates, in my opinion.

    I also like my menstrual tracker, also free, so I don't get surprised at work...

    Thank You God for my "Y" chromosome....
  14. by   MaryAnn_RN
    Skyscape, RN Notes, Epocrates, Instant ECG, Medscape, ACLS Sim, ACLS Wiz, ACLS Advisor, Student BMJ (British Medical Journal) BMI Tool, Medcalc, iResus (UK resuscitation council guidelines).


    Facebook, Settlers, Tetris, Twitter for break times etc

    ...and Farmville!
    Last edit by MaryAnn_RN on Nov 12, '10 : Reason: forgot Farmville lol

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