The full list of 20 free apps will be found under the iMedicalApps.com link at the end of this page:
1. Medscape: "The amount of free content provided by Medscape is absolutely mind boggling and seems to continuously grow with each update. 7,000+ drug references, 3,500+ disease clinical references, 2,500+ clinical images and procedure videos, robust drug interaction tool checker, CME activities, and more".
2. Micromedex: "This might come as a surprise to many, but after you use this prescription medical reference app you’ll understand why it ranks so high. The overall user interface of the app is simple and quick. If you need to look up a dose or some quick reference information about a drug you can accomplish this with ease, as shown in the below pictures".
3. New England Medical Journal: The app allows you to access the last 7 days worth of published articles, along with images of various medical conditions and videos on how to perform procedures such as LPs and chest tubes.
4. Epocrates: "The free version of Epocrates, Epocrates Rx, provides great content: Drug monographs and health plan formularies, drug interaction tool, pill identifier, medical Calculator, and a new addition: Medical News and handpicked clinical articles".
5. Free Medical Calculators: "This post used to consist of a popular medical app that was at one time free, MedCalc, but we did a feature article on free medical calculators, and there are a great deal of choices. One of our favorite free medical calculators is Calculate (Medical Calculator) by QxMD".
6. Radiology 2.0: One night in the ED: "This rich case learning radiology tool is based on content organized by Dr. Daniel Cornfeld, an Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Radiology at Yale University School of Medicine who specializes in Body and Emergency Medicine Imaging. The app does a fantastic job of giving case based presentations of radiology imaging".
7. Skyscape: RxDrugs and OCM (Outlines in Clinical Medicine): "The free offerings from Skyscape are in the form of RxDrugs and OCM. RxDrugs is basically a drug reference tool, while OCM (outlines of Clinical Medicine) is somewhat like the disease pathology information offered by Medscape, except in a more difficult format to use. (Not available in U.S. market)".
8. Living Medical Textbooks: "There are actually 5 Living Medical Textbooks, ranging in topics from Diabetes to Multiple Sclerosis. The apps offer CME activities, but what makes them particularly appealing is they are “dynamic” — meaning the chapters are updated when noteworthy new medical data or research is introduced in medicine".
Continue to read about the rest of this excellent list of 20 medical iphone apps at Top 20 Free iPhone Medical Apps for Health Care Professionals . Each app is listed on a separate page so take your time to scroll through to each of the 20 pages. Whether or not you are in the health care business, you will enjoy the many features and benefits of these iPhone apps. They are completely productive and useful on your phone!