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Top 10 mobile apps in emergency medicine

Michelle Lin, Salim Rezaie, Iltifat Husain
Emergency Medicine Journal: EMJ 2014, 31 (5): 432-3
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Mobile apps are increasingly being used at the bedside as a part of clinical care. With almost 300 emergency medicine-related apps available in the Apple App Store, it can be overwhelming deciding which are most useful for emergency department providers. A Top 10 list of apps is highlighted which illustrate the many ways that quality apps can positively impact the care of emergency department patients.

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Michael Schajer

Its an EM rap lecture from this month.

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Jose M. Barria Castro

Well, you need to be subscribe or get in a institution with subscription.
I live in Panama, where there isn't any institution or hospital subscribed

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Rio Widianto

Same here..can't find paper

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Ahmed Sobh

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24567149 it's free

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Ahmed Sobh

Sorry, I thought it was free

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Connie L Uber

Where are the top 10 EM apps?

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Esteban Reig

Resfrié

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Johnny Rodriguez

I really want this paper!!

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Ramalitse Sakoane

Can't get the paper either. Will try website

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Paulo Salim

Dont forget this paper

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Michael Wansbrough

Unable to find paper. Anybody have success?

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