This guide provides information and links on medical and health calculators relevant to the UT community. While it is primarily for clinicians and health sciences students, additional resources are included for all.
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Emphasis is on general resources, finding guides, and key resources for UT clinical specialties and UT medical students. It is not meant to be comprehensive.
Suggestions for revisions including additions are always welcome! Please email me at Janice.Flahiff@utoledo.edu.
The FDA is taking a tailored, risk-based approach that focuses on the small subset of mobile apps that meet the regulatory definition of “device” and that:
Mobile apps span a wide range of health functions. While many mobile apps carry minimal risk, those that can pose a greater risk to patients will require FDA review. Please visit the mobile medical apps example page for a list of examples of mobile medical apps that have been cleared or approved by the FDA. Visit the Examples of MMAs the FDA regulates webpage for a more detailed list of examples of mobile apps that would require FDA review.
For many mobile apps that meet the regulatory definition of a “device” but pose minimal risk to patients and consumers, the FDA will exercise enforcement discretions and will not expect manufacturers to submit premarket review applications or to register and list their apps with the FDA.
This LibGuide is intended to help the UT community find useful mobile phone applications and calculators. The Mulford Library does not endorse or affirm the validity of the medical content contained in the medical or healthcare technology links in this guide. Almost all healthcare or medical applications and calculators are not currently regulated or reviewed by medical bodies.