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Emergency Medical Services

A guide to emergency medicine resources for EMT and Paramedic students from the EFSC Libraries.

Selected Health Sciences Mobile Apps

The following free Apps can be found in either the iTunes App Store for iOS devices or Google Play for Android devices.

Calculate is a clinical calculator and decision support tool from QxMD.

CDC, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, provides health information, including a "disease of the week", as well as, prevention tips, images, videos, and interactive quizzes.

Epocrates is a popular app for drug information, includes a pill identifier and drug interactions.

Eponyms for Students provides a description of common medical eponyms, from Andrew J. Yee and Pascal Pfiffner.

Essential Skeleton 3 by offers 3-dimensional views of skeletal anatomy.

First Aid, the official app of the American Red Cross, this app provides information for everyday emergencies.

Medscape by WedMD is a highly rated source for clinical information.

Med Term Scramble by Pearson is a game that tests your medical terminology knowledge.

Medical Terminology and Abbreviations from Air Capital Media contains over 1,000 terms.

not available for Android devices

MediBabble by NiteFloat, Inc., is a medical translator that provides a way for English-speaking health care workers to effectively serve patients that don't fluently speak English.

not available for Android devices

Radiology 2.0: One Night in the ED, by Dr. Daniel Cornfeld, presents a series of cases that allow the user to simulate reading CT scans.

not available for Android devices