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Citation Management > 

  • Mobile Resources > Citation Management > 
    Requires you to have a RefWorks account and the Upstate Group Code.

Clinical Tools > 

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    The site includes the Antiretroviral Toxicity Tool for Pocket PCs; federally-approved medical guidelines for Palm Powered or Pocket PC devices; the HIV/AIDS Glossary for Palm Powered devices. Mobile version supported by the National Library of Medicine.
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    Free differential diagnosis tool containing over 1,000 ddx from McGraw-Hill. Bowse by: Symptoms, Diseases, Organ Systems
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    Epocrates MedTools applications are not available for Windows Mobile non-touch screen devices. See specific tool for compatibility information. Examples include BMI Tool, MedMath, Drip Rate Calculator, Essentials for oncology, STAT cholesterol tool.
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    Free software for Pocket PC and Palm OS. OB Wheel, Archimedes, Pneumo Calc, and many more.
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    Download a variety of medical apps through iTunes to use on your mobile device.
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    For Pocket PC, a free database over 1,500 common and obscure medical eponyms with descriptions.
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    A free database of medical mnemonics to help remember the important details. Available on Web, PalmOS, PDF, AvantGo, and WAP.

Drug Information > 

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    Available for Blackberry and iPhone. A free drug reference tool including: Over 3,300 brand and generic drugs, includes dosing, interactions, adverse reactions, pricing, and a multiple-drug interaction checker
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    Databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases from the National Library of Medicine

Electronic Books > AccessSurgery > 

  • Electronic Books > AccessSurgery > 
    Search through a list of textbooks included in AccessSurgery or across the entire database.
  • Electronic Books > AccessSurgery > 
    Expert diagnosis and treatment guidance for over 360 diseases.

Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 

  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    Index of ebooks available on your smartphone, tablet, and on the web. For more details visit the blog
  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    Delivers guidance on diagnosis and treatment of 700+ medical conditions.
  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    A clinical support reference that puts over 600 urgent care topics at your fingertips in a proven, rapid-access format.
  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    Delivers the practical advice you need when treating infants, children, and adolescents, with information on over 460 diseases, including differential diagnosis, treatment options, and continuing care
  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    Access comprehensive health supervision guidelines for infants, children, and adolescents on your mobile device. Practice evidence-based well child care using practical guidance from the AAP anytime, anywhere
  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    Based on Bright Futures, the Pocket Guide serves as a quick reference tool and training resource for health care professionals.
  • Electronic Books > UnBound Medicine > 
    The authoritative pediatric resource for interns, residents, and practitioners. Review pediatric disease management, check drug details in the renowned formulary, or consult hundreds of algorithms, charts, and images.
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    Provides practical guidance on the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric problems seen in the hospital or medical practice setting.

Medical Calculators > 

  • Medical Calculators > 
    MedCalc is a free medical calculator for mobile devices. It is available for the iPhone, Palm OS and Windows Mobile.
  • Medical Calculators > 
    EBM Calculator is designed to calculate relevant statistics for Diagnostic studies, Prospective Studies, Case Control Studies, and Randomized Control Trials (RCT). This software is no longer supported. This version, 1.02, was released March 26 2004.

Nutrient database > 

Online Databases > 

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    This database focuses on the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated approaches to health care and wellness. In addition to providing full-text articles for more than 180 international journals and reports, this database provides access to hundreds of pamphlets, booklets, original research and book excerpts.
  • Online Databases > 
    Cumulative Index to Nursing & Allied Health Literature. Includes links to full text. Provided by EBSCOhost.
  • Online Databases > 
    (SUNYConnect Electronic Library Initiative) Educational Resources Information Center. Citations/abstracts only.
  • Online Databases > 
    This comprehensive database is a rich collection of consumer health information, providing access to nearly 80 full-text consumer health magazines and many other related resources. Topics covered include cancer, diabetes, drugs & alcohol, aging, fitness, nutrition & dietetics, children’s health and more.
  • Online Databases > 
    This resource provides nearly 550 scholarly full-text journals focusing on many medical disciplines, and offers access to 822 abstracted and indexed journals. Coverage of nursing and allied health is particularly strong.
  • Online Databases > 
    Searchable InfoPOEMS and daily POEMs (Patient Orient Evidence that Matters) archive collection. Simultaneously searches several evidence-based databases. Simulatenously searches: Cochrane Systematic Reviews, EBMG Clinical Tools, NGC Practice Guidelines, Daily POEMS, Decision Support Tools, Derm Expert, E/M Coding, ICD-9 Codes
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    Objective, peer-reviewed evaluations of new FDA-approved drugs, and new information on previously approved drugs. Also includes treatment guidelines- unbiased reviews of drug classes used to treat common disorders. Includes the doses, adverse effects and the recommendations of Medical Letter consultants.
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    Enables access to more than 18 million articles from MEDLINE and PubMed via the web. uCentral brings clinical references and journal literature to you where you need it - on your smartphone, tablet, and on the web. For more details visit the Upstate blog.
  • Online Databases > 
    Download the Thomson Clinical Xpert (MICROMEDEX Mobile) for your handheld : Drug Information, Alternative medicine information, Disease information, Toxicology information
  • Online Databases > 
    Search for articles in the New England Journal of Medicine on your mobile device.
  • Online Databases > 
    Search for the latest journal articles in PubMed or Medline, or try a search using PICO or MESH headings.
  • Online Databases > 
    Download from iTunes store. Use the Scopus Alerts mobile app to find articles, create alerts, make notes, and share links instantly.
  • Online Databases > 
    This new medical app combines physician-reviewed clinical information with thousands of medical images from renowned physician and institutional collections. The only medical application to represent the variation of disease presentation through age, stage, and skin type, VisualDx Mobile addresses the key complexities faced by many clinicians today when diagnosing dermatologic and other visual conditions.

Point of Care > 

  • Mobile Resources > Point of Care > 
    Open the online textbook, click on a chapter to download the mobile version. You may need to download the recommended software to view the file.
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    Download chapters of Harrison's Online to your mobile device. Select the chapter then choose Download for handheld. An additional software download may be required. Users need to create a Personal Profile on the Harrison's website before attempting to use this site on your mobile device.. From the main screen of Harrison's, they "My AccessMedicine" in the top right corner to create a Personal Profile.
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    Nursing Reference Center is now available in a mobile application for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This application includes key evidence-based content from the web-based product, which can be accessed quickly, by nurses on the move to improve the quality of care.

Point of Care on the Web > 

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    A.D.A.M. Symptom Navigator empowers you to understand when self-care or a doctor visit is appropriate, by providing easy access into the award-winning A.D.A.M. Health Illustrated Encyclopedia. Simply select gender, body type, orientation, then choose the body area of interest.
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    Free tools for monitoring your health including: Diabetes symptoms and glucose monitoring, medications, exercise, diet, and more.
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    Guidance on diagnosis and treatment for health care providers, from the US Department of Health and Human Services, supported by the NNLM. Download the application from iTunes or from this website.
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    Downloadable versions of books from the NCBI Bookshelf for any mobile device. MobiPocket Reader Software is required to view the books. Topics include AHRQ Evidence Report Summaries, blood types, gene information, and medical microbiology.
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    Medical videos at your fingertips. The goal of the PocketSnips project is to provide high-quality educational materials that will benefit a variety of learners and be accessible to PDA's. All videos are contextualized with relevant text-based documents.
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    For iPod, iTouch, Pocket PC, Palm, and Blackberry (coming soon) Shots 2009 is a quick reference guide to the 2009 Childhood and Adolescent Immunization Schedules, and the 2009 Adult Immunization Schedule. Details on each vaccine are available by clicking on the vaccine names.
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    WebMD mobile for Apple iPhone, free download from the Apple iPhone App Store. Check symptoms, access treatment information, get first aid essentials, and more.
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    WISER is a system designed to assist first responders in hazardous material incidents. WISER provides a wide range of information on hazardous substances, including substance identification support, physical characteristics, human health information, and containment and suppression advice. WISER is available as a standalone application on Windows Mobile devices, Palm OS PDAs, and Microsoft Windows PCs.

Research > 

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    The U.S. National Institutes of Health, through its National Library of Medicine, has developed ClinicalTrials.gov to provide patients, family members and members of the public current information about clinical research studies.
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    Health information from the National Library of Medicine including a medical encyclopedia, drug and supplement information, and resources for over 800 different health topics. Mobile MedlinePlus includes a subset of content from the full Web site. It includes summaries for over 800 diseases, conditions and wellness topics as well as the latest health news, an illustrated medical encyclopedia, and information on prescription and over-the-counter medications.
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    The search function on Mobile MerckMedicus is designed to let you send a request from your PDA for a search to be run on either the MerckMedicus website or on MEDLINE. Search results will be accessible via your Web browser the next time you synchronize your device.

Software > 

Textbooks > 

  • Mobile Resources > Textbook > 
    For E-book, Adobe Reader is required to view the book content.
  • Mobile Resources > Textbook > 
    E-Book collections included: AccessSurgery, Access Emergency Medicine, Access Medicine, and Psychiatry Online. For Psychiatry Online you must register for a personal account before viewing. To access - Open the online textbook, click on a chapter to download the mobile version. You may need to download the recommended software to view the file.