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  1.    #1  
    For the benefit of the medical webOS community, here's a series of blog posts on what is available:

    Part I : webOS drug references

    Part II: webOS medical calculators and lab references

    Part III: other webOS medical references.

    If I have left out any, please let me know and I shall update the posts.
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    MediPedia is the best!
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    thanks! I appreciate your contributions. Nice apps!
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    Hey PalmDoc, that's a great idea! Also, thanks for including my apps in it too. .

    Much Appreciated.

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    MediPedia is the best!
    *blushes* Glad you like it!
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    maybe a category for patient trackers. I think OB lists are the most common, but some docs keep lists of "special" patients who are more difficult (I have one like that) too. And I fondly remember the old inpatient program in PalmOS that I could generate an H&P with quicker than our EMR does! (I just don't remember the name).

    I'm a little biased about OB trackers right now as I am trying to learn WebOS programming (off your Palmdoc site and Palm's) so I can make an OB list app.....
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    Great idea. Will put up a patient tracker collection when the apps come out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    If I have left out any, please let me know and I shall update the posts.
    Just got around to reading the article, it's very good!

    Didn't know if you wanted to include these (didn't see them mentioned in the roundup):


    http://www.precentral.net/app-galler...diatric-dosing

    http://www.precentral.net/app-galler...iki-procedures

    http://www.precentral.net/homebrew-a...ne-search-tool

    http://www.precentral.net/app-gallery/beta/icd9
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    Thanks. Will have these to add and also my new ones: eMedicine viewer and the Framingham risk calculator.
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    Let me introduce you "Vision" app available in the app catalog.
    Vision is a set of tools for Visual Acuity Tests, color blindness test...



    Download from the app catalog
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    Nice will mention it. Also sent you PM.
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