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Diabetes In Control Presents New Diabetes App Section

Oct 5, 2012

Diabetes In Control Presents New Diabetes App Section 

Over the last few months, our staff has been working hard to bring you two brand new sections of our newsletter, Mobile Apps for Clinicians and Mobile Apps for Patients. We know you don’t have a lot of time to cull through the millions of apps available so we’ve done it for you, putting together these lists of the best apps we could find, with feedback from both our staff and readers across the web. We’ll feature one app every week which will help you help your patients toward better diabetes care. (And we also welcome your feedback and thoughts of your favorite apps, especially those you just can’t do without!) This week we feature:

Taber’s Medical Dictionary


One of the "gold standards" of medical reference apps, Taber’s Medical Dictionary for Mobile and Web, is not free but for the access to quality information, this is a solid investment. The app contains over 60,000 terms, 1000’s of photos, and more than 600 Patient Care Statements, making it the most comprehensive health science dictionary available. Taber’s goes beyond in-depth definitions with nutrition and alternative therapy coverage, medical abbreviations, symbols and units of measurement, immunization schedules, nursing diagnoses, links to pronunciations, and more. This powerful app contains the information you need to answer critical questions at the bedside, in the classroom, at home, or in the office. For more information and reviews, just follow this link