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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by deolexrex, Jan 21, 2010.
Man Treats Haiti Earthquake Wounds Using IPhone App
Does anyone know of an Android equivalent?
first off, no, i havent done enough research on this type of app to recommend one. but i do want to know, what kind of liability do the developers take when releasing something like this? my wife is a home health rn, and i can only imagine if she were to put her trust in an app developed by who knows who. do myself and yourself a favor- whichever one you decide to download, make sure you do a lot of research on it. and i would never trust a medical or pharmacy app unless it has been endorsed by a regulatory board.
just my thoughts! hope you find what you are looking for.
Check out iTriage.
Thanks for the help.
Skyscape also has an android client.
There is an application with all kinds of medications and stuff but it's over 100 bucks on the market.
NREMT-P here.... Can't use anything in the field unless our Director has vetted and ok'ed it.
But in situation like in Haiti, You do what you can with what you got.
Do you know what that's called?
I'm in pharmacy school and I've been searching for something like this for a while.
Nursing Central, I just found it. $159.99 on the market. It's got a 5 star review but no comments...guessing that they reviewed their own app. But I suppose you could get a refund.
yea, i would agree...however, i have an ER RN friend who has the iphone, and she found an app (probably the one that poster speaks of)....she is happy with it, and has found verry little wrong with it. says she mostly only uses it for refrence in case she forgets somthing. i mean, come on...even after 6 or so years of medical school....cant be expected to remember everything..right?lol
I am the Chief Medical Officer and co-founder of iTriage. The application was developed to help users make acute care decisions by learning more about their symptoms, the causes of those symptoms, and then help them find the appropriate medical provider in their area using geo-location or zip code search. We have every ER, urgent care clinic, retail clinic, pharmacy and physician in the database. The medical content was developed and vetted by our medical advisory board. The application is free on the iTunes and Android markets and can be used on any web-enabled smartphone, computer, or device (i.e. Kindle) at iTriage at iTriageHealth.com.
www.skyscape.com tons of software there for all platforms . That is where i got all my wifes med software for her ipod touch. (works much better than a PDA)