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Looking for medical iPhone and Android apps?

There is no question about the growing importance of mobile applications focusing on health and medical communication. I thought I would share some tools and websites with you that will help find the most relevant medical mobile apps either for Androids or iPhones.

1) Webicina selections of mobile apps dedicated to medical conditions or specialties.

2) iMedicalApps and PalmDoc are great blogs.

3) Medical apps for iGadgets on Appolicious.

4) Android health apps on Androlib.com and AppBrain.

Myself, I use the following health-related Android apps:

What are your favourite apps?

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  1. Have you seen motionPHR on Android and iPhone A secure PHR where your date is encrypted on the phone

    November 24, 2010
  2. Medting has it’s own Application for reviewing clinical cases and images.

    November 25, 2010
  3. Thank you for your excellent resources on Webcinia for physicians. We invite your readers to see Blausen Human Atlas for iphone. A comprehensive, animated interactive guide to 150 conditions & treatments available in 13 languages.

    November 30, 2010
  4. Li Xiaojing #

    On iPhone (when viewing this blog) not all the pictures/videos (even youtube videos) can be viewed. Not unless you’ve jailbroken your device..

    December 5, 2010

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