I be a pare medic now I dropped outa skool and now run around town in my old van taking people to the hosptal using uber and this appp. I made a baby bored at friday
Great for students of medicine but although it has grown it's information tremendously over the past year. It neglects the smallest parts, in this case, the ear or more exactly the back of the ear's skins maladies. And many other areas of the body as well. Next year the glossary may also be improved. Then more stars may be filled in.
Helpful & Up to date This app is awesome! It includes everything you need and helped me with my foot injury I currently have to make sure I didn't need a trip to the emergency room.It saved me from a $3500 E.R. Bill. It's very thorough and Informative.
Don't know why everyone is raving It allows you to enter one symptom and only offers two possible connected symptoms, without allowing you to list what you do have. The result is entirely too many possible conditions. Very frustrating.
Won't work It keeps telling me invalid credentials. I follow the guidelines for creating a password, which is at least 8 characters, 1 lowercase letter, 1 uppercase letter and a number. I have all of those and still can't create an account. I generously gave it one star for the concept, but I had problems with this app a couple times in the past. About to delete it.
The iTriage Medical research program is the most versatile user friendly application that I've ever had the pleasure of using. Only Doctors could have put together such a comprehensive and accurate research tool. Bravo! And Thank you Docs for providing this much needed information. P. S. (Dana try bypassing the account set-up screen. It's not necessary to use the app). I hope that helps. <~8) BG
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