“Exploring the Best Free iPad Medical Apps for Healthcare Professionals and Medical Students in 2012: A Top 10 Compilation”

1. Medscape offers over 4,000 evidence-based articles written by leading physician experts (with images and videos to supplement them), 600 step-by-step procedure videos, 100 tables & protocols, 129 medical formulas/scales/classifications as well as over 600 drug monographs that include dosing calculators.





2. MicroMedex: With over 4500 drugs, monographs, and OTC brands for you to access on your iPad, this app should definitely be on your list of essential apps.








3. Calculate by QxMD: This app offers over 150 calculators and decision support tools tailored for various aspects of Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Surgery, Obstetrics, Nephrology, Hematology, Orthopedics Pediatrics Gastroenterology Neurology Neurosurgery Respirology as well as other fields.



4. AHRQ ePSS: The Electronic Preventive Services Selector (ePSS), created and developed by the United States Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), assists primary care clinicians in selecting screening, counseling, and preventive medication services which best suit their patients’ needs.









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5. Radiology 2.0: One Night in the ED: Radiology 2.0 is designed to teach readers how to interpret CT scans. By providing hundreds of CT images for them to learn from, readers are shown how best to approach and approach reading CT scans.




6. Journals; Lancet and Circulation: Most iPad Journal apps require subscription fees; however, two notable free-to-use titles exist.





7. MedPage Today: MedPage Today provides access to cutting-edge medical discoveries and CME/CE credits with daily coverage across 30 specialties and annual coverage of over 60 meetings/symposia.





8. UpToDate: With this app you have access to UpToDate’s(r) current, synthesized clinical information including evidence-based recommendations – all optimised specifically for iPad.





9. Mobile MIM: Medical software developer Mobile MIM has developed an FDA-approved radiology imaging app that enables physicians to store diagnostic-quality X-rays securely in the cloud and zoom to highlight particular parts of a scan.




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