What's your "must have" app?

  1. I am a new grad and I am going to start my new job soon at a primary care setting. I need to get some useful apps on y iPhone such as meds, Dx, symptoms, etc. I have purchased UpToDate last year which is going to expire in 2 months and I am not looking into renewing it since it's very expensive and I won't get the student discount anymore. What's your favorite app? Thank you!
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  3. by   zenman
    My favorite one is for the Jeep Wrangler site.
  4. by   traumaRUs
  5. by   jaabrn
    My hospital has a subscription to uptodate and it is great for research. However on my iphone I mostly use epocrates and medscape. The latter has a lot of information on diseases and differentials. You can also do CME.
  6. by   jaabrn
    I also use eOpioid (iphone) for opioid conversions and medcalc as a good calculator (medscape has a pretty good calculator too).
  7. by   reddgirl
    UptoDate, epocrates, MPR, and Medscape
  8. by   BCgradnurse
    UptoDate and epocrates
  9. by   BostonFNP
  10. by   sandnnw
    First Consult very handy as Medscape
  11. by   tampaflrn6
    Epocrates, MPR, Skyscape, and Medscape. UptoDate is the best, but expensive.
  12. by   pro-student
    Epocrotes hands down, renal dosing and formulary coverage at the swipe of a finger!