This is an interactive app that allows you to exam a patient, run diagnostic tests, and determine a diagnosis. The app provides feedback on the success of your diagnosis along with tips on procedures that would have been recommended for the case. There are also options for uploading your own case information.
Human fertilization videos, photo micrographs of early-stage embryo development, 2D and 3D digital images using visual stack dissections, and a pregnancy calculator, all from the National Library of Medicine.
PICO (Patient/Problem, Intervention, Compared to, and Outcome) is a method used for structuring clinical questions. This format can also be used for structuring literature searches and may be helpful to those interested in evidence-based medicine.
Recommended by medical students, iMurmur is considered the best reviewed app for learning heart sounds. Presents heart sounds in a quiz-mode fashion (21 heart murmurs). Explains where the murmur is best heard and presents an S1/S2 diagram, how to document the sounds in your clinical notes, and explains the pathophysiology behind each murmur.
Medrills offers a variety of emergency medicine training apps (airway management, obtaining IV access, etc.). The apps include high quality 3-D illustrations and practice tests. Each individual app is around $4.00