UCI Healthcare providers can use the new BMJ Best Practice mobile app to find answers quickly online or offline. Please follow the instructions below for account registration and mobile app download.
DynaMed -- Mobile App
Take DynaMed with you on your tablet or smartphone whenever you go. With the DynaMed mobile app, you will have easy access to clinical information by using the mobile app available for IOS and Android devices.
Isabel is a diagnosis checklist tool which helps clinicians broaden their differential diagnosis and recognize a disease at the point of care. Isabel includes more than 6,000 disease presentations by multiple signs and symptoms. The web-based Isabel tool uses the patient's demographics and clinical features to produce a list of possible diagnoses, including time-sensitive "Don't Miss Diagnoses.”
Isabel is a software tool (not content) used to determine a likely diagnosis based on symptoms entered. Users enter clinical features including age, gender, and symptoms and a result list is presented in order of likelihood of a match to specific conditions. When integrated with DynaMed, results will link directly to relevant DynaMed topics. If not integrated with DynaMed, or there is no relevant DynaMed topic available, the links will go to PubMed.
Isabel is accessible from mobile devices and fully compatible with all devices. However, the device must be connected to the internet. Isabel is not downloadable onto a mobile device.
Pocket Medicine: The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Internal Medicine, 7e by Marc S. Sabatine.
Pocket Medicine, 7th Edition, is designed for fast answers to diagnostic questions you’ll face on rounds and exams. It provides up-to-date, dependable guidance on the internal medicine information needed to make an accurate diagnosis and develop a treatment plan. Compiled by residents and attending physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital, this best-selling reference ensures that quick access to key clinical information and solutions to common problems in internal medicine is as close as your pocket! Download Pocket Medicine to your pocket! The Pocket Notebook app is now available in the Apple and Google Play stores. Access is free through the UCI Libraries. You must first register and create a free personal account and be sure to use your UCI email when register.
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!
To gain mobile access, you must first provide your UCI email and register as a new user. The registration takes approximately 30 seconds. See instructions below and if you are connecting from off-campus, be sure to first login to the VPN:
PLEASE NOTE: If you have a current Sanford Guide subscription through the Apple App Store or Google Play (including in-App Purchases), you should turn off automatic renewal.
iOS: Open your old Sanford Guide app/s, select "Account" from the drop-down menu, and then tap "Manage Subscription." After logging in to the App Store, you will see a list of subscriptions. Select the ones you would like to cancel and then toggle "Automatic Renewal" to the off position.
Android: Open your old Sanford Guide app/s, select "Account" from the drop-down menu, and then tap "Manage Subscriptions in Google Play." Then tap the "Cancel" button.
If you have any questions about your subscription or need technical assistance, please give us a call or send us an e-mail. We would be happy to help.
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The Medical Letter app is available to download from Apple’s App Store, Google Play, and Amazon’s App Store for Android. It enables you to get the latest issue of The Medical Letter On Drugs and Therapeutics when and where you need it on your mobile device. Browse past issues, earn CME/CE credits on the go, or find information quickly by using our search — all formatted specifically for your device.