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By Redi-Reference, Inc.released on:2010-02-12T03:55:04Z

A reader that can be used for accessing designated medical references and guidelines including guidelines from the Infectious Disease Society of America, American Diabetes Association, STD Guidelines from the CDC, COPD Guidelines from the American Thoracic Society and others.

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By Epocratesreleased on:2008-07-11T07:00:00Z

Epocrates is the #1 mobile drug reference resource used by healthcare providers at the point of care. Trusted for accurate content and innovative offerings, physicians choose Epocrates 3 to 1 as their point of care drug reference of choice.

Clinicians turn to Epocrates numerous times throughout the day to make more informed medical decisions. They report that using Epocrates helps them avoid making medical errors, leading to improved patient safety. Epocrates also helps physicians save time; over 40% report saving 20 minutes or more a day.

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What else sets Epocrates apart from the rest?

Only Epocrates provides an integrated set of unique features, such as pill identifier, formulary data and dosing calculator that physicians require at the point of care.

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What can you do with Epocrates?

- Clinical information on thousands of prescription medicines and hundreds of OTC drug products
- In-depth formulary information
- Pill ID: identify those "mystery" pills by entering physical characteristics and imprint code
- Drug interaction checker: check up to 30 drugs at a time
- Dozens of calculations, such as BMI and GFR
- The most relevant medical news and information

- Evidence-based treatment info for hundreds of diseases and conditions
- Specific/empiric treatment guidelines for hundreds of infectious diseases.
- Lab prep, interpretation, and follow-up for hundreds of tests & panels
- Medical dictionary (over 100,000 medical terms)
- Over 20,000 ICD-9 and CPT(R) codes

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Discover your Phobias!

By Lan Manreleased on:2010-08-19T10:37:12Z

A phobia is defined as a type of anxiety disorder which associates with a strong, irrational fear of something that poses little or no actual danger.

For example some specific phobias are:
-- Acrophobia is a fear of heights. You may be able to ski the world's tallest mountains but be unable to go above the 5th floor of an office building.
-- Agoraphobia is a fear of public places
-- Claustrophobia is a fear of closed-in places. If you become anxious and extremely self-conscious in everyday social situations, you could have a social phobia.

Other common phobias involve tunnels, highway driving, water, flying, animals and blood.

What's your phobia???

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Medical Encyclopedia

By University of Maryland Medical Systemreleased on:2009-07-21T12:05:03Z

*** Version 1.1 Now Available ***

Enhancements include:

1. Bookmarking - Save your favorite articles for easy retrieval.

2. Email article - Share articles with your friends.

3. Enhanced navigation bar - Navigate the encyclopedia more easily.

This comprehensive and free medical reference is from the University of Maryland Medical Center, one of the nation's oldest academic medical centers. It contains more than 50,000 pages of in-depth and consumer friendly medical information in both English and Spanish.

This handy application provides medically reviewed information, which is divided into categories to make finding what you're looking for as easy as possible. These categories include:

* Symptoms
* Injury
* Disease
* Surgery
* Nutrition
* Special Topics
* Poison
* Tests
* YouTube Videos

There is also an easy-to-use search feature on the app home page; just type in any keyword or search phrase and the search will return all related content.

This content is updated regularly, and the date it was last reviewed is at the bottom of each article, along with the reviewer's name and credentials and all references. Articles also contain links to related content and medical illustrations with text that help to increase understanding visually.

The Power of UMMC

Most medical reference content also includes prominent links to clinical content on the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) site, which is the most popular hospital Web site in terms of traffic in the United States.

These links include access to our unique Ask the Expert feature, which allows you to ask questions to more than 70 different UMMC doctors on a wide variety of topics. Our experts received more than 7,000 questions last year, and this feature has consistently been ranked No. 1 by UMMC Web site visitors when asked what they most liked about the site.

The medical reference also offers a rich archive of topic-specific videos, which are another of UMMC's most popular site features. These videos include doctor interviews, doctor profiles, patient success stories and many more, and are all on UMMC's YouTube Channel. Check these out by going to the app home page and clicking on YouTube Videos.

Have a friend, family member or loved one who would you'd like to share this content with? E-mail it to them by clicking on the button at the end of all articles.

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uCentral - medical references for institutions

By Unbound Medicine, Inc.released on:2009-04-10T04:10:49Z

== PLEASE NOTE: Requires a subscription to the online uCentral service, provided by your institution. ==

** uCentral is now optimized for iPad and loaded with new features.**

** CURRENT uCentral subscribers can download content to their iOS device at no cost. **

** To find out if your institution subscribes to uCentral, please contact your librarian or system administrator, or send us a message at: **


Mobile Medical References for Institutions

uCentral enables libraries or institutions to deliver medical reference content directly to their mobile users. With uCentral each institution creates a customized aggregation of point-of-care content that is available on mobile devices and the web.

In addition to quick-reference content, uCentral offers MEDLINE Journals, which deliver citations and abstracts from your choice of trusted medical journals to your mobile device and the web.

More than 30 references are available through uCentral, including:
5-Minute Clinical Consult
Harrison's Manual of Medicine
Red Book™
The Merck Manual
Cochrane Abstracts
Davis's Drug Guide
Taber's Medical Dictionary

uCentral client for iPhone and iPod touch features:
Interface optimized for iPhone and iPod touch
Cross Links for fast navigation between resources
Personalized favorites
Frequent updates and new editions when they're published
Citations and abstracts from the latest journals
Web access

uCentral client for iPad features:
iPad-optimized interface
Tips, Notifications, and institutional Messages
Universal index search across all references
New Recently Viewed feature
Side-by-side navigation and reading panes
Cross Links for fast navigation between resources
Personalized favorites
Frequent updates and new editions when they're published
Citations and abstracts from the latest journals
Web access


Instructions for current subscribers
Install this application to your iOS device
Open the application, enter your uCentral username and password, and tap "Login."
The latest uCentral content will download to your device.

Content available through uCentral includes 5-Minute Clinical Consult, Taber's Medical Dictionary, Davis's Drug Guide, Diagnosaurus, The Merck Manual, Cochrane Abstracts, Evidence-Based Medicine Guidelines, Review of Natural Products, Davis's Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests, Diseases and Disorders, Clinical Evidence, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine, A to Z Drug Facts, Emergency Medicine Manual, 5-Minute Pediatric Consult, Bright Futures, Red Book, Harrison's Manual of Medicine, MEDLINE and more!

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Shots 2010

By Group on Immunization Education of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicinereleased on:2010-08-18T12:28:08Z

Shots 2010 contains the childhood, adolescent, catch-up, adult, and medical immunization schedules for the United States for 2010. Important information is available for each vaccine, including: basics, high risk indications, adverse reactions, contraindications, catch-up, administration, epidemiology, and brand names. Shots software is updated 2-3 times per year when new vaccines become available and new recommendations are made.

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TickDoctor: Tick Identification Atlas

By IdiogenicOsmolesreleased on:2009-04-08T10:05:57Z

TickDoctor provides a stunning visual atlas of the most common ticks encountered in North America. Although not yet comprehensive, most common ticks are represented. Within each species, you'll be able to identify males, females, and nymphs... and many times we're able to include images of the engorged female which often looks very different from its non-fed state.

More than just a beautiful atlas, TickDoctor provides instructions for prevention of tick bites and how to remove them if bites should occur. If a bite has occurred, or if you're just plain curious, we've included medically relevant data on each species describing which diseases (such as Lyme Disease) have been associated with it.

While this app should never substitute for the advice of a physician, it will help guide you to the identification of the tick in question and provide a framework of reference for dealing with "what to do next."

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By Keith Chingreleased on:2009-07-01T03:25:15Z

Key Features
* Look up genes by symbol or description.
* Link to gene info on websites.
* Download files for offline use. (.pdf, .mp3, .m4v, .doc, .ppt, .xls )
* View RSS feeds for journals
* Query GeneRIF interactions, COSMIC mutations, and CNV data for cell lines.
* Does not require a network connection for local databases.

Life science researchers, increase your productivity with GeneIndex.

According to HGNC, there are 29,551 symbols for human genes of which 19,366 produce a protein product. GeneIndex provides a convenient and portable way to lookup gene symbols while at a seminar, conference, or lab meeting. Genes are linked to common life science websites such as NCBI, COSMIC, KEGG, Pubmed, SymAtlas, UCSC genome browser, Pathway Commons, Genatlas, Wikipedia, HUGO, and OMIM. GeneRIF gene interactions can also be queried.

Keep current on the scientific literature. GeneIndex includes a RSS reader and web browser for browsing popular journals like Nature, Science, and Cell. You can also add your own RSS feeds. PDFs and podcasts can be saved as files that you can view on the device or email as attachments.

Examine the status of genes in common cell lines. A subset of COSMIC containing cell lines can be queried for mutations. Copy Number Variation (CNV) plots from cell lines profiled by GSK are also linked to genes.

Review for iPhone version:

"This is a great tool for biologists, students, or anyone who needs to find information about particular genes. It is great for finding additional details during a seminar. You can search by ID, chromasomal location, keyword, and more. Once you find your gene in the results, the app gives you direct links to pertinant information from a variety of best resources available, and the websites load right in the app."

Awesome Gene Reference 4.0 stars
By: #1Nerd
Version: 1.1
Source: Apple App Store

Apps by Keith Ching

GeneIndex - free, find gene info, journal rss, ad supported.
GeneIndexAF - paid, GI + better pdf reader, no ads.
GeneIndexHD - paid, AF + Universal app.

JournalRSS - free, journal rss, ad supported.
JournalAF - paid, JR + Universal app, better pdf reader, no ads.

Revision History

v1.13 9/10/2010
- Database updates: NCBI databases, COSMIC48
- Addition of 700+ cell line CNV data from Sanger
- Add "Open In" button for files.

v1.12 8/23/2010
- add more RSS links
- add more web links
- save bookmarks
- edit saved RSS and bookmarks
- search RSS list
- detect more RSS feeds
- filter CNV by size and mean

v1.11 8/9/2010
-fix searchbar disappearing bug
-View RSS feeds from journal links
-Ability to add custom RSS feeds from pubmed
-Addition of Copy Number Variation data from GSK
-Open URLs in GoodReader for PDFs

v1.9 6/13/2010
- Update NCBI database to version 6/12/2010
- Update of NCBI GeneRIF Interactions database v. 6/13/2010
- Update to COSMIC v.47 cell line subset

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