Android apps are entering the nursing profession too, here are some of the apps that nursing students and registered nurse can use to learn about the profession, drugs, and technical terms. Some of them provide easy access to diagnosis database while other contain medical terms.
Android Apps for Nurses
Handbook of Nursing Diagnosis
Handbook of Nursing Diagnosis helps nurses reach an accurate diagnosis with speed and confidence by identifying collaborative problems, addressing the special needs of specific populations, and linking clinical situations to a specific diagnosis using the latest NANDA-approved list. Also includes NIC and NOC lists.
Drug Facts Gold
Drug Facts Gold combines the most comprehensive drug database with a powerful interactions tool for complete point-of-care coverage. Get access to drug-to-drug and drug-to-food interactions between thousands of brand and generic drugs ranked by severity plus detailed A to Z Drug Facts monographs. Drug Facts Gold was developed for Android by Unbound Medicine, Inc
Taber’s Medical Dictionary
Taber’s Medical Dictionary is the most complete medical dictionary with over 60,000 entries, 9,000 new and revised terms, 1,000 illustrations, and 30,000 audio pronunciations. Add content to favorites for retrieval. Link to related entries or use “See Also” feature. Navigate easily with a device-optimized interface.
Pocket Rx Guide – Android drugs
Pocket Rx Guide completely covers FDA’s Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations. It features complete FDA approvals since 1939, 16,466 approvals for 25,881 drug products, search drug name, search active ingredient, 5,095 FDA approved package inserts in PDF format.
Oxford Concise Medical Dict
An OXFORD Medical dictionary with over 10,000 terms used in modern Medicine. The product allows you to download the dictionary data to the device memory or to memory card. Download the whole dictionary to work in offline mode. This will handy for medical and nursing students.
Individual can also use these apps as medical references, but they all are for apps for nurses and medical practitioners. To find more apps use my custom search to in the database of CNET and other top android apps listing site.