A solid app for urology residents to quickly navigate through often-tested facts covering a large number of topics across the entire scope of urologic disease processes. By not separating cards into different categories, I found the content very difficult to navigate through. Looking forward to future updates that may fix the navigation issues.
The idea of this app is excellent in offering a multitude of prostate cancer nomograms at the tip of the physician’s finger on his/her iPhone; however, the user interface and fact that all of the information comes from one academic group causes this app to fall just short in my opinion.
A solid app that performs the algorithm for the Partin and Han tables in a quick and easy fashion right in the physician’s pocket. Access to the information in the tables is immediate, and entering data is quite easy making this app perfect for those on the go that use these tables on a daily basis for clinical decision-making.
This is an interesting and fun app that will allow easy access for residents and practicing urologists to explore newer and novel techniques for certain procedures and may help medical students visually learn about a surgery and anatomy prior to scrubbing in.
Nice app for tracking bladder function and PSA levels in between visits to the doctor. Makes performing a bladder diary very easy and allows for the patient to easily track their progress. Also allows patients to check/track AUA score and email information to their healthcare provider.
Nice app for tracking bladder function in between visits to the doctor. Makes performing a bladder diary very easy and allows for the patient to easily track their progress. Also allows patients to check/track AUA score and email information to their healthcare provider.
This is an excellent resource for urology applicants and current residents that I found to be extremely helpful as I went through the match. Most of the information on the forums is reliable and helped me a great deal from originally applying through to match day. The video links are extremely helpful during medical student sub-I/AI rotations and for residents preparing for cases.
A simple app with random urologic questions and facts displayed in index-card format. Information quality is not at the appropriate level for the intended audience and facts/topics covered seem random.
Good app for patients to learn about the common symptoms of kidney stones and ways by which the patient can make lifestyle changes to prevent stones in the future, but not detailed enough to be used by more expert medical students or physicians.