Top Paid Medical Apps for iPhone

July 1, 2012
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1. Pill Identifier ($0.99)

Developer: Drugs.com

Pill Identifier allows you to identify more than 10,000 different over-the-counter and prescription pills based on their appearance. Search by imprint, size, shape or color.

2. Pregnancy ++ ($2.99)

Developer: Health & Parenting Ltd.

Pregnancy ++ tracks the course of your pregnancy, including your weight, diet and exercise. It also includes HD fetal pictures, a kick counter and a contraction counter.

3. Baby Connect (Activity Logger) ($4.99)

Developer: Seacloud Software

Baby Connect tracks your baby’s everyday activities (including feeding, sleep, growth, health and vaccines) and creates graphical reports and trending charts. The information can be shared between parents, nannies and other child care providers.

4. Instant ECG: An Electrocardiogram Rhythms Interpretation Guide ($0.99)

Developer: iAnesthesia LLC

Instant ECG is an app for health care professionals, which teaches the basics of reading electrocardiograms (ECG). The app offers video demonstrations of 30 different arrhythmias to teach and then test a provider’s ability to diagnose irregularities.

5. MedCalc (medical calculator) ($0.99)

Developer: Mathias Tschopp and Pascal Pfiffner

MedCalc gives health care professionals access to more than 200 different diagnostic formulas, scores, scales and classifications that help measure a person’s health.

6. Pill Reminder by Drugs.com ($0.99)

Developer: Drugs.com

The Pill Reminder App keeps track of all of your medications, vitamins and supplements. Set up reminders to take your meds or refill a prescription, and check for drug interactions, dosage information and possible side effects.

7. Anatomy 3D: Organs ($1.99)

Developer: Real Bodywork

Anatomy 3D: Organs teaches users about structure and function of internal organs using 3D models, videos, audio lectures, diagrams, quizzes and a glossary.

8. Diagnosaurus DDx ($1.99)

Developer: Unbound Medicine, Inc.

Diagnosaurus DDX helps health care providers accurately diagnose patients quickly at the bedside. Providers can search over 1,000 differential diagnoses by organ system, symptom and disease, and use a special feature to consider alternative diagnoses when multiple conditions are possible.

9. Everyday First Aid ($0.99)

Developer: Portable Monster LLC

Everyday First Aid offers users information on how to handle an emergency. The medical information is based on guidelines from the American Red Cross and other health organization, and tells you how to handle situations including choking, wound cleaning, jellyfish stings, tick bites and heart attacks with illustrated training guides.

10. Drugs & Bugs ($5.99)

Developer: Haymarket Media

Drugs & Bugs is an app for medical students and health care professionals who care for patients with infectious diseases. It provides information on more than 100 antibiotics and nearly 200 bacterial pathogens, and allows providers to compare the effectiveness of various drugs.

 

 

 

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