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Daily Rounds - for Doctors

*-Rated " THE BEST DOCTORS APP " by GSF-NDTV 2015 for USMLE preparation

*-Rated " THE BEST DOCTORS APP " by GSF-NDTV 2015 for USMLE preparation

Daily Rounds - for Doctors

by DailyRounds Inc
Daily Rounds - for Doctors
Daily Rounds - for Doctors
Daily Rounds - for Doctors

What is it about?

*-Rated " THE BEST DOCTORS APP " by GSF-NDTV 2015 for USMLE preparation

Daily Rounds - for Doctors

App Details

Version
2.1.6
Rating
(197)
Size
51Mb
Genre
Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
January 30, 2017
Release date
June 17, 2015
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App Store Description

*-Rated " THE BEST DOCTORS APP " by GSF-NDTV 2015 for USMLE preparation
*-The must have medical app for all Doctors - Dr. Evans T Forte
*-Cases from over 120 institutions and medical schools
*-Completely free. No advertisements.

Daily Rounds is a clinical case based app for Doctors and medical students. Learn & share clinical cases from some of the best Doctors from around the world. The cases presented will help you prepare for various examinations like USMLE, AIPGMEE, NEETPG, All India Medical PG Entrance Examinations, USMLE Step 2 CS, COMLEX, MRCP etc.

In the 'Rounds' section of the app, you can see and answer short cases. You can also share your own cases. In the 'Challenges section', you will get a Long Case Challenge everyday! We cover all the major specialties including - Cardiology, Nephrology, Pathology, Anesthesiology, Radiology, Pediatrics, Surgery.

Clinical Cases are the best learning tools for doctors and medical students. Daily Rounds presents you clinical cases in a journal like manner. These cases are carefully curated by a team of 120 Doctors. DailyRounds has clinical cases that matter to your practice....Not just the rarest of the rare ones! The cases are chosen by the Editorial team based on five criteria : (1) The case Presents a diagnostic, ethical or management challenge. (2) The case Highlights aspects of mechanisms of injury, pharmacology or histopathology that are deemed of particular educational value. (3) At Least 30% of cases are Common Clinical Scenarios (4) The case was managed based on latest evidence based guidelines (5) Comprehensively evaluated cases with no open or missing links.

Have fun solving clinical cases !