User feedback – latest update June 2014 and work is ongoing on more updates
Best medical app on my phone ★★★★★
by Huskyaddict – Version 2.4 – May 30, 2012
Amazing that this is free. I find it the best place to start if I need to remind myself of conditions/treatment guidelines. Highly recommended
As invaluable as the cheese and onion! ★★★★★
by A.Pilarski – Version 2.2 – Oct 14, 2011
I purchased this app a week or so ago, and it’s become the perfect companion to the cheese and onion. I’m a third year medical student, so it’s great to be able to look up specific conditions as and when you see them in clinics and on the wards. Very impressed at the quality and the depth of the info. Cheers!
Where is the Psychiatry specialty section? ★★★
by Two2five – Version 2.1 – Jun 18, 2011
The description claims to cover all internal medical specialities but I cannot, for the life of me, find Psychiatry!! The search tool could also be generalized as it seems to be specific only to the the category you are in at that time, so if you find something mentioned and try to search it but it comes up as no result, possibly until you are in the relevant category. Hope these can be fixed soon. Nonetheless, impressive app for the price and can turn out to be a very handy tool on the wards and even for exams.
Best ever ★★★★★
by syphern – Version 2.0 – Jun 12, 2011
As a junior FY1 oncalls can be very hectic especially for juniors. This is one of the simplest and most effective apps I have seen. Thank you Dr O’Kane absolutely gem of an app.
Superb mini reference ★★★★★
by Getlovely – Version 2.0 – May 24, 2011
This is the only medical app I have actually found useful! Easy to access, pertinent information, it has been an invaluable resource. I love this app
Concise info ★★★★
by Shishanights – Version 1.2 – May 7, 2011
Good and concise info on medical conditions! Could do with more pathology and perhaps some pictures!
by Albo81 – Version 1.1 – Apr 18, 2011
Concise, yet thorough review of major (and not so major) medical topics. Useful for MRCP revision as well as on the wards. Good job!
by Dr Sarah Roscoe – Version 1.0 – Apr 17, 2011
A great handy resource with everything you need to know at your fingertips. A triumph Dr O’Kane.