A portion of AccessMedicine's content, including Diagnosaurus, Guidelines, and Harrison's Online, is avaliable through this mobile site.To access this content, you must first create a MyAccessMedicine account. From the Bird Library website, select AccessMedicine. In the top right corner click MyAccessMedicine to create an account. You can then use this account to log on to the AccessMedicine mobile site from you smartphone or tablet.
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The Electronic Preventive Services Selector (ePSS) is developed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). The ePSS can be used to help identify screening, counseling, and preventive medication services and can be searched by specific patient characteristics, such as age, sex, and behavioral risk factors. Recommendations are from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).
This link will direct you to the mobile version of AIDSinfo where you can search for information on HIV/AIDS treatment and research, such as guidelines, clinical trials, and drugs.
The CDC app includes health articles, disease of the week, popular journals, up-to-date health news.
Dragon Medical Mobile Search allows you to simultaneously search several resources including Medline, Drugs.mobi, Medscape, and Google by speaking your search request.
The Drug Informatin Portal mobile interface provides information for over 31,000 drugs. Names, descriptions, and structures are displayed, as well as search links to key National Library of Medicine and other U.S. government sites.
Use DynaMed on most mobile devices, including iPhones and Android. An app is available. Install the DynaMed app from your app store and then click the Library's DynaMed link, select the Mobile link (at the top of the page) within DynaMed and enter your email address to obtain an authentication key. The emailed key will be good for 48 hours.
The above DynaMed link takes you to Dynamed where you can find the Mobile link.
Epocrates Rx is a drug reference application that is updated once a week. This application includes drug information, OTC medications, pill id, drug interactions, drug tables and calculators, and formulary information.
Note: Epocrates Rx is a free application; however, other versions of this application with more advanced features can be purchased in a one- or two-year subscription.
JAMAevidence is a helpful resource for using evidence-based medicine. To access the mobile version of JAMAevidence, you must log in with a personal profile name and password. To create a profile, visit http://jamaevidence.com on a nonmobile browser and create a free personal account. After you create your profile, you can log in to "My JAMAevidence" on the mobile site.
MedCalc is a calculator for your mobile device that provides access to complicated medical formulas, scores, scales, and classifications.
MedlinePlus is a great resource that offers reliable consumer health information including health topics, drugs and supplements, and even health tutorials.
FREE for OUHSC students. By installing the Micromedex apps, you can search for clinical drug information regarding dosages, administration, precautions, drug interactions, and toxicology. Micromedex is also available as a mobile site for iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android, Palm OS, and Pocket PC devices. For instructions, visit the Micromedex database, accessible through the Bird Library databases to downloand the Mobile Apps. On the site, you will be given an installation password. Micromedex also offers a free Drug Information app that does not require a password.
Another mobile version of PubMed, PubMed4H includes links to PICO searches, free-text natural language search, consensus abstracts, and the ability to search case reports for disease associations. This links to instructions for adding this site to your iOS device's home screen.
Follow this link to access the mobile version of PubMed where you can search over 20 million biomedical citations.
REMM is a resource designed to guide healthcare providers on diagnosis and treatment during radiation events. Mobile REMM offers evidence-based information and features patient management algorithms, a dose estimator for radiation exposure, adult and pediatric triage, selected isotopes, radiation countermeasures, and emergency contacts.
This app provides you with access to a selection of electronic medical and drug reference books including ACP Pier.
WISER is a mobile app that accesses TOXNET’s Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB) and can be used to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents. The database is maintained by the National Library of Medicine.