Content available only on iPad and Android tablets.
To access you will first need to search the the app stores for "primal pictures ltd" and download the module that you need (there are eleven in total). Once you have done that you must access Anatomy TV through the library website (via the Database page), and then select the module on the website that you just downloaded through the app store. This will open the app and bypass the request for a login/password from Anatomy TV.
Register at top of page and follow directions for mobile access. For full text mobile you need to download the AR app. Needs to be re-paired (new code) with PC once a month. Tip**after you get your access code, if your device says you are already logged in/paired. select "more" on the device & Identities & select the unpair tab. Re-enter your code and it should be fine.
Part of Access Medicine, so you must first create an account at Access Medicine. Click the down arrow next to the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine link. Once app is created, you can select the tab for DDx for free access.
Allows you to search 1000+ differential diagnoses by symptoms, diseases, organ system or all entries. Links directly into AccessMedicine to learn more about 1000+ of the most common diseases and disorders.
The Electronic Preventive Services Selector (ePSS) is an application designed to provide primary care clinicians and health care teams timely decision support regarding appropriate screening, counseling, and preventive services for their patients.
You can download this app/client to your mobile device or laptop, and this will enable you to connect your device to the Collab monitor without a cable. Collab monitor only available in Philadelphia campus.
From the VisualDx home page, click or tap "Get the Mobile App", then select "Create a Personal VisualDx Account". After you have created your account, download the app from your app store, and log in using your VisualDx username and password.
AthenaHealth is providing a year's free access to Epocrates for medical students. Instructions for setting up an account and obtaining your free access are included below. Please note: Epocrates is not currently licensed or supported by PCOM Library.