Free Medical Apps for iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad
Most mobile apps function without your device being connected to the Internet once they were installed except certain content and content updates. Please note that the library does not endorse or promote any medical applications listed below. If you have any recommendations, please e-mail them to the library digital services.
- About Herbs
More than 200 monographs describing the structure, purported uses, adverse effects, and drug interactions of various herbs, botanicals, supplements, and complementary therapies.
- ACC Pocket Guidelines
A reference tool from the American College of Cardiology Foundation
A mobile-optimized website where you can search across the database of almost 25 million chemical entities based on chemical name.
A medical directory and communication tool for verified US physicians.
An iPad app that allows you to sketch, stamp, or type directly on the detailed anatomic images included in the apps.
This free version of Epocrates provides monographs for 3,300 brand name and generic drugs.
- Eponyms (for students)
Eponyms brings a short description of more than 1,700 common and obscure medical eponyms (e.g., Rovsing's sign, Virchow's node).
An eye chart to measure visual acuity
- First Consult
Evidence-based answers to clinical questions at the point of care
- First Aid
The official American Red Cross First Aid app that provides expert advice for everyday emergencies.
- Grays Anatomy Student Edition for iPad
Includes the full-text and illustrations.
A catalog of over 500 radiology cases designed to help medical students and residents improve their plain film, CT, and MRI reading skills.
MedCalc is a medical calculator that gives you easy access to a wide array of medical formulas, scores and classifications.
- Medical Anatomy Pronunciation
Accurate pronunciations of over 700 commonly used anatomy terms
- Medical Radio
Radio news of medical information
- Medical Encyclopedia from University of Maryland Medical Center
Over 50,000 pages of in-depth and consumer friendly medical information in both English and Spanish
- MedPage Today Mobile
Breaking medical news.
Medscape offers information about drugs, diseases and conditions, and clinical procedures.
An iPhone/iPad app that lets you views molecules in three dimensions and rotate them with your fingers. New molecules can be downloaded from the PDB or PubChem.
A secure medication schedule and reminder app, complete with pictures of pills.
- Netter's Anatomy Atlas Free
Includes 14-Plates from the 5th edition Atlas of Human Anatomy with quizzing and customization features.
NeuroMind provides anatomical pictures, differential diagnosis, score and grading systems, and the WHO Safe Surgery checklist items.
Toxicology and antidote reference resource
PsychTerms contains a rich selection of over 1000 frequently used psychiatric and mental health terms, phrases and definitions.
- PubMed On-Tap Lite
PubMed On Tap searches PubMed to find and display reference information. To access full-text articles via FIU Medical Library, add to "Settings-Library Proxy": http://ezproxy.fiu.edu/login?url=%@
- Skyscape Medical Resources
Skyscape includes resources such as Archimedes medical calculators, RxDrugs, and MedAlert drug information. The mobile apps for DynaMed and Natural Standard, which are available through FIU Medical Library, require this application.
- Speed Bones Lite
Learn and test your knowledge about bones in a human body.
- STAT-ICD 9-Lite
STAT ICD-9 LITE provides all 13,677 ICD-9-CD diagnosis codes.