UpToDate® Anywhere registrants and Individual subscribers can now answer their clinical questions anytime, anywhere by downloading this app onto an Android™ phone or tablet.
UpToDate is the leading clinical decision support resource with evidence-based clinical information – including drug topics and recommendations that clinicians rely on at the point of care.
UpToDate has been the subject of over 30 research studies confirming that widespread usage of UpToDate is associated with improved patient care and hospital performance.
UpToDate for Android Features:
• Persistent login
• Easy search with auto-completion
• Earn and track free CME/CE/CPD credit
• Bookmarks and history
• Mobile-optimized medical calculators
• Email topics and graphics to patients and colleagues
We would love to hear your feedback. Please contact us with questions or feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Permissions the UpToDate app requires and how it uses them:
• Storage: required to store anything on your device
• Phone calls: used to uniquely identify your device - allowing persistent login
• Network communications: used to download and update content from UpToDate
• Development tools: used to write to device storage (SD card) if needed
It is the first ever app to contain public health guidance, including topics such as smoking cessation, promoting physical activity, behaviour change and preventing diabetes. It contains all of NICE’s clinical guidelines, including those on COPD, hypertension, stroke, chronic heart failure, atrial fibrillation, head injury, depression, ovarian cancer, UTI in children, anxiety and autism. It also contains all NICE’s technology appraisals, interventional procedures guidance, medical technology and diagnostics guidance.
* Search, browse and explore all of NICE’s current guidance
* Bookmark sections for easy access
* Email sections to yourself or colleagues
NICE provides authoritative, evidence-based guidance on the most effective way to diagnose, treat and prevent disease and ill health. Our guidance is for the UK National Health Service (NHS), local authorities, charities, and anyone with a responsibility for commissioning or providing healthcare. NICE is government-funded through the UK’s Department of Health.
The NICE Guidance app covers:
Conditions and diseases
* Blood and immune system
* Central nervous system
* Digestive system
* Ear and nose
* Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic
* Gynaecology, pregnancy and birth
* Infectious diseases
* Injuries, accidents and wounds
* Mental health and behavioural conditions
* Mouth and dental
* Accidents and injuries
* Behaviour change
* Cardiovascular disease
* Child health
* Child social care
* Chronic illness
* Environmental health
* Infectious diseases
* Maternal health
* Mental health
* Non-communicable diseases
* Obesity and diet
* Occupational health
* Older people
* Physical activity
* Sexual health
* Smoking and tobacco
* Vaccine preventable diseases
* Working with and involving communities
NOTE: This app is primarily aimed at healthcare and other professionals. For information on resources available from NICE for patients and the public, visit our website at http://www.nice.org.uk/getinvolved/patientsandpublic
Read's simple interface drives discovery and seamless access to the medical literature by reformatting it into a personalized digital journal.
Praise for Read:
5 stars: "Stellar. The future of medical literature review... This could be the best application to stay up-to-date in medicine since, well, UpToDate." - User Review
4¾ stars: "The Flipboard for medical journals has arrived" and among "...the most innovative medical apps"
- Get full text PDFs with one tap
- Keep up with the latest new research that will impact your practice
- Browse through 1000s of outstanding topic reviews
- Search millions of articles from PubMed and our database of outstanding topic reviews
- Read your favorite journals or browse article collections.
- Access full text through your university/institutional subscription or via open access publishers
- Share articles with colleagues over email, Twitter and Facebook
- Organize and review your personal collection of articles
Why did we build 'Read by QxMD'?
Health care professionals need to stay up to date on the latest medical research and topic reviews to provide optimal care. Unfortunately, the process of content discovery is broken with research artificially compartmentalized by publishers and hidden behind countless institutional pay walls.
At QxMD, we believe that knowledge translation– the process by which new knowledge is incorporated into clinical practice – is an important and unsolved challenge for our health care system. We hope that ‘Read by QxMD’ will be a part of the solution.
Seamless 1-tap access available hundreds of universities
Email email@example.com to have this feature added for your university.
From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Title and MeSH Headings from MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Founded by medical professionals, QxMD is dedicated to creating high quality point-of-care tools for practicing health care professionals.
The complete ICD9-CM 2015 is included. Search by disease, keywords, 'includes', or code. Full-text search is much more extensive than most EMRs and other ICD9 apps, and instant results mean faster clinic flow.
Don't know exactly how to describe the disease? Browse by categories and subcategories.
Star frequently used diagnoses for quick reference, and instantly return to your last-lookup.
Codes can be immediately identified as billable or non-billable (that is, you know when you need to use a more specific code). All data is stored on your device; you do not need Internet access or cellular service to perform lookups.
Exact coding means better reimbursement; ICD9 Consult will save you time and money.
Download this free app to make the most of this year's AGM.
• Full scientific programme
• Access abstracts and e-posters
• Full exhibitor listing and editorials
• Links to Twitter
• View on smartphone and tablet
The Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland is a pre-eminent organisation promoting vascular health by supporting and furthering excellence in education, training and scientific research. The VSGBI Annual Scientific Meeting (26th – 28th November 2014) is the only UK dedicated meeting bringing together vascular and endovascular surgery, clinical and academic vascular surgeons and trainees, and vascular nurses and scientists, and provides a unique format to learn the most current information about what is new and important in the treatment of vascular disease.