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New addition to the free medical #iOS (iPhone/iPad) app list: MediBabble by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Fancy a translator in your pocket for those times when you are dealing with a non-English speaking patient? I find Google Translate (for iOS and Android) pretty good for m ... Read on »
Introducing Mobilefest – a new mobile tech community by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Readers of this site would have noticed that the old Palmdoc.net forum has been disabled. It was not very user friendly and rather web 1.0-ish. I have been involved ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (IV) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Putting the final touches to the app – it needs an app icon and a splashscreen. These are defined in the Project Properties. The icon and splashscreen images must also be ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (III) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The next step is to create two other forms for the two modules in this calculator. I created frmCephalo and frmCVAI as in the image below The “widgets” used he ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (II) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Continuing from part I The first thing to to start a new NSBApp. This is covered in the NSBApp Studio Tutorial on creating a basic Hello World app. If you are new to ... Read on »
Porting a webOS app to Android (I) by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc While I have been involved with moving some of the medical utilities I have previously coded with Ares for webOS over to Web apps and also lately native Android apps with ... Read on »
Epocrates Essentials – free for a limited time by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Epocrates Essentials is the premium version of the mobile app which has drug, disease, and diagnostic reference tools. Normally priced at $159, you can now get 1 year ... Read on »
Free #Android medical app listing updated: ABSITE quiz & Trauma Scenarios by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Our Free medical Android app listing has been updated with the inclusion of Absite quiz Description The ABSITE quiz app is a great review of general surgery ques ... Read on »
Google translate by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc How many of you use Google translate in the clinic? I find it immensely useful The Android version has a useful “Conversation mode” if you need to “converse” with ... Read on »
Free medical iPhone/iPad app list updated: drawMD ObGyn by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc A picture speaks a thousand words. drawMD OBGYN is a free app which “enhances doctor-patient communication by offering a new paradigm for explaining complex issues and the ... Read on »
OpenEMR Android app now on Google Play by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc If you are an OpenEMR user, you may be interested to know that the developers of the Android app have now pushed it to Google Play. It’s still in beta development b ... Read on »
Eye contact! by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc During rounding with medical students, it’s not uncommon nowadays to see the new Palmomental reflex . Here’s a funny I spotted recently: from the Palmdoc Chroni ... Read on »
Updated free medical #iOS app listing: ACP Immunization Advisor by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc I’ve updated with comprehensive Free Medical iOS App list with the newly released ACP Immunization Advisor App v1.07 which is now also iPad compatible. Descri ... Read on »
My Dell XPS 13 experience by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc 2012 is supposed to be the year of the Ultrabook , and as a moblie enthusiast in search of a new notebook, I thought it was timely to upgrade to one. Why not a Macb ... Read on »
Swiftkey Healthcare – an Android keyboard for medical users by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc Swiftkey Healthcare might be just the thing for those tired of typing long drug names or medical terms SwiftKey Healthcare is an intelligent keyboard solution that o ... Read on »
Ares 2 – it’s not dead, Jim #webOS by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The vast majority of my medical webOS apps have been coded with Ares , HP Palm’s incredibly easy to use web based programming IDE. As the webOS Mojo framework has been su ... Read on »
Medscape for iOS updated by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc The free Medscape app for iOS has undergone an update with the inclusion of medical calculators comprising 129 medical formulas, scales, and classifications. What’s ... Read on »
My first medical #Android app by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc As I alluded to in the last post, I have published my first medical Android app and it’s DrugDz, an utility to search for drug and disease information utilising free onlin ... Read on »
Creating native apps with Phonegap Build by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc One of the fun things about creating webapps using NSBApp studio is that the drag and drop IDE makes it easy to design and code the apps. Examples of my creations can be f ... Read on »
Drug and Disease search web app – update by Alan T. Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in Life as a Doc DrugDz is a webapp to search free online resources for drug and disease information. I have recently redisgned the app and expanded the info providers include * Drugs.com ... Read on »