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Gumberg Library Quick Links
Gumberg Mobile Resources
The following resources are available through the Gumberg Library and require your MultiPass Authentication.
Free Mobile Websites
These sites are designed for mobile use.
Free Mobile Apps
The following resources are free health-related apps.
U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendations; Android, BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone/iPod Touch, Windows Mobile, and Web
Medical calculator; available on Android, BlackBerry, iPhone/iPod Touch, Palm, and Windows Mobile
Calculate by QxMD
Calculate is a next-generation clinical calculator and decision support tool for iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry
Differential diagnosis tool; available free for BlackBerry and Windows Mobile; $0.99 for Android, iPhone/iPod Touch, and Windows Phone 7
ePocrates Med Tools
Calculators and guidelines; available for Windows Mobile
ePocrates Rx Free
Drug guide; available for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone/iPod Touch, and Windows Mobile
Includes Merck Manual, Harrison's Practice, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests and more; available to licensed medical professionals with free registration; available for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone/iPod Touch, and Windows Mobile
List of mobile sites and apps available through the National Library of Medicine
Other free Skyscape apps
See individual app descriptions for platform availability
Read by QxMD
Read by QxMD provides a single place to discover new research, read topic reviews, and search PubMed. Available for iPad and iPhone.
The Medical Letter App
Click the link to register for the app, which works on iOS or Android.
Wireless Information System for Emergency Responders
Mobile Health Sciences Resources
Gumberg Library Mobile Health Sciences Resources
Special Note to iPad Users
Mobile versions of information resources are optimized for the smaller screen size of smartphones. Although you can access mobile versions using an iPad, in some cases it’s easier to use the “regular” versions which you can find at: http://guides.library.duq.edu/DrugInfo.