The user can input important critical information and emergency contacts into the app to be used in emergency situations. Additionally, the application prompts the emergency responder to ask the patient if he or she has emergency directives in place. A communication board in the app will help the patient to communicate with medical personnel.
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Information for over 31,000 drugs. Names, usage, and structures are displayed, as well as search links to key NLM and government sites, using their mobile version when available. Spell checking and autosuggest are used during input.
A great app to tell patients to use when they have questions about why a particular test isn’t being done (e.g. why didn’t I get an xray for my lower back pain, even after you explained to them the reasoning). The app is free to use and is from Consumer Reports. The app enables providers to give patients another perspective as to why over-testing is bad.
Reliable consumer health information that includes summaries for over 800 diseases, conditions and wellness topics as well as the latest health news, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, and information on prescription and over-the-counter medications.
features a blood sugar log on which the user can write notes for causes and symptoms of abnormal readings. Trackers for medications, carbohydrates, water, and physical activity are present in the app. Additionally, patients who use insulin injections can utilize the site tracker to ensure the sites are rotated frequently.
Additionally, patients who use insulin injections can utilize the site tracker to ensure the sites are rotated frequently.
comprehensive diabetes management app designed in tandem by a person with diabetes and a registered nurse
Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College teamed up with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center to help women make educated decisions about their breast health. Women can complete questionnaires to determine their risk of breast cancer, how soon and how frequently mammograms should be performed, and print a summary to discuss with their doctors. The patient can weigh the benefits and risk of screening mammograms based on their personal risk factors.