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Health Sciences Mobile Devices Resources

Resources for mobile devices in health sciences.

Clinical Resources - General

For all Access products, first create a personal account from a university computer here.


Access Medicine - Includes Diagnosaurus: (Differential diagnosis tool based on Current Consult), Dx Tests (Content from Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests), & Quick Answers (content from Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment (CMDT).

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Clinical Key: Provides point-of-care and other evidence-based information from books & journal articles. 

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Diagnose: Aids physicians in providing evidence-based diagnoses through the use of pre- & post-test probabilities and likelihood ratios.

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DynaMed:  Evidence-based, clinical point-of-care reference tool that you can download to your mobile device, or use the mobile-friendly website.

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JAMAevidence: First create an account using the instructions in the link below. Content in the mobile view includes: "Quick Reference" pocket cards from Users' Guides to the Medical Literature & "Make the Diagnosis" sections from the The Rational Clinical Examination

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Medscape from WebMD: Contains over 80 tables & protocols, including workups, treatments, differential diagnoses, & drug interactions.

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Merck Manual: An integrated set of medical resources for licensed medical professionals only; free registration required.

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Nursing Reference Center: A comprehensive, point-of-care reference tool designed for nurses.

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UpToDate Anywhere:  Evidence-based, clinical point-of-care tool. May download the app for up to 2 devices.

Instructions for MiChart Users Instructions for Users Without MiChart Access

VisualDx: Visually validate patient diagnosis and quickly access next steps for care.

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Clinical Resources - Infectious Diseases

AIDSinfo: Information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and research from DHHS. An AIDSinfo HIV/AIDS Glossary app with terms in English and Spanish is also available at the links below.

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CDC STD Tx Guide: An easy-to-use reference that helps health care providers identify & treat patients for STDs. More apps from the CDC can be found here.

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Ddx:Infectious Disease Queries: Find lists of matching infectious diseases & see all symptoms associated with a disease or all the diseases associated with a symptom. 

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Clinical Resources - Subject Specific

For all Access products, first create a personal account from a university computer here.

AccessPediatrics: Covers the span of pediatrics, from neonatology through adolescents.

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AccessSurgery: Includes images & multimedia, in addition to textbooks. 

Mobile-friendly website

ACEP Toxicology Section Antidote App:  Evidence-based information from the American College of Emergency Physicians.

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Cardiology - Top 10 apps, iMedical apps: A few are free, most require purchase or subscription.

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Eye Emergency Manual: A quick reference tool for ER physicians to appropriately triage & diagnose eye emergencies. 

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EyeMD: Easily tell a patient's visual acuity. 

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Gold Pocket Guide App: Revised ABCD patient assessment tool allows providers to classify & treat patients.

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Neuro Localizer HD: Enter symptoms or abnormal exam & the neuro-atomic pathways are drawn out. Neuro Localizer will show where the pathways overlap in the central or peripheral nervous system. iPad only.

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NeuroMind: Includes interactive clinical decision support & can easily be expanded to facilitate guideline implementation in a fast & individualized manner.

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NIH Toolbox: a multidimensional set of brief, standard measures to assess cognitive, emotional, motor, & sensory function from ages 3 to 85.

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Psychiatric Times Clinical Scales: Psychiatric tests, scales, & forms that help in diagnosing mental illness & assisting in treatment & follow-up.

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SLIC: Evidence-based decision supporting system on the (surgical treatment of subaxial cervical spine injury). 

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Stroke Scale:Capture patient details; includes NIH stroke scale, potential complications, & tPA dose calculations (from NIHSS - NIH).

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Suicide Safe:  A prevention learning tool for primary care and behavioral health providers based on the nationally recognized Suicide Assessment Five-step Evaluation & Triage (SAFE-T) practice guidelines.

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WPSI: Women's Preventive Services Initiative:  All recommendations from USPSTF, Bright Futures, & ACOG in one place.

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WHO Surgical Safety Checklist: Breaks down complex surgical procedures into key tasks, using check marks or voice prompts until the checklist is complete. Password protected.

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