Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod, Android - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 23 May 2017

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12.4 MB

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Medical

Description

Rated #1 Lab Values Application by iMedicalApps.com: "I personally loved Medical Lab Tests. I would find it to be the most useful to me in the wards. It gives you the differentials for high and low lab values, and has a vast amount of high yield information [..] I think every resident and medical student would benefit greatly from knowing the information contained in the Medical Lab Tests app."

App Store User Australia: "This is one of the most useful of my 120 odd apps. The level of information is well targeted to paramedics, nurses med students and junior docs."

Health care professionals often find it difficult to interpret lab tests and remember lab values. Can you recall the differentials for Troponin I or the reference values for Amylase? This application will help you!

Medical Lab Tests covers the most common laboratory tests and their interpretation. All reference values in US and SI units.

Compatibility

 Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Requires Android 4.0 and up.

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