Mobile Health Apps

These mobile apps are made available from the UMKC Health Sciences Library. 

AccessMedicine

The AccessMedicine mobile app is available for free download from your Android or Apple app store. The app includes Quick Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, Fitzpatrick's Clinical Dermatology, Diagnosaurus 2.0, and Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests. Before you download the app:    

  • Create a personal account in AccessMedicine. 
  • To keep the app active, please renew your login and  password every 90-days from your AccessMedicine personal account.
  • Download the AccessMedicine mobile app to your device:

    iPhone app  Android app

Clinical Pharmacology

Clinical Pharmacology has extensive, peer-reviewed, current, accurate drug information for health care providers. Written by and for health care professionals. Full-text information on generic, brand, herbal or investigational drugs. Contact the Health Sciences Library for the code needed to access this app.

Micromedex

Micromedex is a full-text reference database for drug information including investigational drugs and pharmaceutical excipients. Treatment reviews, creation of mock patient profiles, charts/graphs, drug kinetic information including some comparable charts, & dosing/disease calculators are included. Information is peer-reviewed & evaluated.

PubMed for Handhelds

The PubMed for Handhelds app allows you to search PubMed by natural language, or PICO, and is now linked to the full text of the articles owned by the library.

Sanford Guide

The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy mobile app includes all the content from the print edition, plus expanded digital-only content, multi-term search functionality, calculators, tables, customizable bookmarks, and more! For expanded coverage of Hepatitis and HIV/AIDS, check out our Sanford Guide Collection app.

Annual subscriptions include ongoing content updates based on the latest available evidence. Sanford Guide content is stored on your device, so you'll still have access even when working in areas with no internet connection.

 

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