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Best Medical Apps - Today & Tomorrow

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Best Medical Apps:

Today & Tomorrow
Nicholas Genes, MD, PhD
March 4, 2015
"Technology is everything that doesn't work yet."
-- Danny Hillis, 1987
Villemard’s Vision: 1910 Postcards Depict the Year 2000
http://www.urbanghostsmedia.com/2011/03/1910-vintage-postcards-depict-year-2000/
medical apps are a lot like other EM tools
indications, limitations
require practice, familiarity
for efficient (safe?) use
medical apps are
unlike
other tools
cheaper, more plentiful
no real quality checks
no barriers to mis-use
and yet, you can make them better
smartphone ownership: 75-100%
iPhones w/ slight majority
1-5 medical apps per phone
300+ unique EM-related apps available

students: dx, mgmt
residents: clinical calculators & scoring
everyone: medication guides
The literature...
procedures
arthrocentesis

lateral canthotomy

cricothyroidotomy

shoulder dystocia
radiology
toxicology
apps as medical devices
physical exam
build your own
Wordpress & iBuildApp.com
Zhang 2014 (psychiatry) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25486985
get involved:
thank you!
@nickgenes
apps as EHR adjuncts
critical care meds
@nickgenes
ERres
iOS & Android
$5
PalmEM

iOS & Android
$20
WikEM

iOS & Android
free
Medscape
iOS & Android
free (reg req'd)
Kidometer
iOS only
$5
One Minute Ultrasound
iOS & Android
free
EZ-IO
iOS & Android
free
MDcalc
web only (iOS soon)
free
Palm PEDi
i
OS / Android
$3
EMRA PressorDex
iOS only
$17
Anesthesiologist
Android only
free (ads)
Radiology 2.0
iOS & web
free
Real World Orthopaedics
iOS & Android
$10
Pill Identifier
iOS only
$1
WISER

iOS & Android
free
VisualDX
iOS & Android
free / $129
AliveCor
iOS & Android
free (cases $85/$75)
Vitals Signs Camera - Philips
iOS only
$1
uChek
iOS / Android
not available in US
AgileMD
iOS & Android
free ($ in-app)
Evernote
iOS & Android
free
Dropbox
iOS & Android
free
Skinstamatic
iOS only
free ($ in-app)
Epic Haiku / Canto
iOS / Android
w/ institution
CliniCam
iOS only
Partners Health
CellScope
iOS only
free (cases $300)
iExaminer
iOS only
free (cases $72)
iOrtho+
iOS & Android
free ($15 in-app)
can't recommend
distances must adapt
to screen size
Franco 2012 (ACGME survey) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22052129
Nason 2014 (Irish urology residents) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25199700
Payne 2012 (UK students & residents) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23110712
Lin & Rezaie 2014 http://emj.bmj.com/content/31/5/432.long

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