The app contains content from the Quick Medical Dx & Rx, Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas of Clinical Dermatology, Differential Dx Tool, and Diagnostic Tests. To activate sign up for a My Access account today by logging into your subscription and clicking on your institution name in the upper right hand corner. To download the app, please visit your mobile app store.
Full website available for mobile viewing. Current VUMC students, staff, and faculty can download apps on drug information, drug interactions, and IV compatibility. See download instructions for mobile apps for details on supported devices, obtaining an access code, and annual renewal.
Drug information app from the trusted Physicians’ Desk Reference, allowing healthcare professionals access to the current drug prescribing information available. Available for Android and iOS. Free for all US healthcare professionals. Registration required.
Access the latest AAFP Conditions, AFHS Drug Information, and MedCalc 3000. Available for iOS, Android, and Blackberry. Users must create a My STAT!Ref account on the desktop site and follow the installation instructions on the STAT!Ref Mobile Access page.
Primary resource for medical knowledge at the point of care. The knowledge contained in UpToDate is evidence-based and continuously updated, presents a comprehensive synthesis of the evidence, followed by recommendations that can be acted on at the point of care. See download instructions for mobile apps for details on supported devices, obtaining an access code, and annual renewal.
Information on the concepts fundamental to evidence-based medicine. Education guides, glossary, calculators, question wizards and podcasts. Create a profile to store favorite and most-used items for future use. Mobile version available. To activate sign up for a My Access account today by logging into your subscription and clicking on your institution name in the upper right hand corner.
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