Biomedical Apps

  • AccessMedicine App provided through Unbound Medicine.
    Requires free individual account created in AccessMedicine.
  • AccessMedicine resources from McGraw Hill
    Mobile optimized site accesses all our subscriptions (no apps available).
    Requires an individual account.
    Mobile access to:
    • AccessEmergency Medicine
    • AccessMedicine
    • AccessPediatrics
    • AccessPharmacy
    • AccessSurgery
    • ClinicalAccess
    • JAMAevidence
    • Neurology Collection
    • ObGyn Collection
  • Browzine
    App for browsing journal issues.
    Available for Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Palm and Windows.
  • CDC Mobile Apps
    Lots of apps on health content including dental, epidemiology, and field facts for first responders.
    iOS and Android
  • ClinicalKey
  • Clinical Pharmacology
  • DynaMed
  • Lexicomp
    Available on Android, Apple, Blackberry, Palm, & Windows.
    Code-based mobile access limited to College of Pharmacy 2nd - 4th year.
  • Micromedex
    Authenticate access to Micromedex to see mobile setup instruction.
  • Nursing Plus
    Nursing Reference center app for iOS and Android
  • Merck Veterinary Manual
    iOS and Android
    Free app version of Merck Veterinary Manual (MVM) website
  • mobilePDR
    Requires free registration.
  • REMM
    Radiation Emergency Medical Management for radiological and nuclear emergencies.
  • STAT!Ref
  • uCentral (Unbound Medicine)
    Set up app access: uCentral FAQ on app access.
    Mobile access to:
    • 5-minute clinical consult
    • Bates' pocket guide to physical examination
    • Davis's laboratory and diagnostic tests
    • EE+ POEM archive
    • Harriet Lane handbook
    • The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide
    • Osler medicine survival guide
    • Pocket guide to diagnostic tests
    • Taylor's clinical nursing skills handbook
    • Washington manual of medical therapeutics
  • VisualDX
    iOS and Android devices only

Create an individual account

Access to library resources through apps usually requires an individual (personal) account.  Steps will be similar for most databases.

  1. Go to the database through the library website.
  2. Authenticate with NetID if prompted.
  3. Find and click the link to sign in/register/or create an account or profile.
  4. Complete the registration form.
  5. Install the app on your device.
  6. Login and save your individual username and password on your device.
  7. Databases may require you to periodically update/verify your account to confirm your continued association with Texas A&M