The first App from the Clinical Cases Uncovered series - www.clinicalcasesuncovered.com - where each case is presented as it would be in clinical practice so you can rehearse for life on the wards with these easy-to-use, walk-through scenarios.
The FREE medical app download includes access to the basic science of haematology and recommendations on how to approach your patient, and the first clinical case. There are a further 22 haematology cases available separately as in-app purchases, and each haematology case comes with its own self-assessment haematology questions so you can test your learning, understanding, and investigative skills while you do your haematology revision.
The UCL Hospitals Injectable Medicines Administration Guide provides key information and advice needed for the safe and effective administration of many injectable medicines. This vital purchase is now available to download on your mobile device alphabetically arranged and tabulated for quick reference. A must have for nurses and other health professionals.
Available for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Blackberry devices running OS 5.0.0 or higher, for further details, visit iTunes here
Rapids Mobile Clinical Apps now available
These mobile apps are based on our highly-popular Rapids series of reference and revision books for medical students and junior doctors. They are searchable and book-markable, and available for all Android and Apple devices, and Blackberry devices running OS 5.0.0 or higher.
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