iTriage - Health, Doctor, Symptoms and Healthcare search
Do you have symptom questions? Search for health answers with iTriage Health, Doctor, Symptom & Healthcare Search app. Find medications, diseases, and medical locations and instantly get answers to your questions on your iOS device. Created by two ER medical doctors, iTriage gives you quick access to a huge healthcare & medical database in your pocket.
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iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Health & Fitness, Medical
Updated: July 25, 2012
Publisher: Healthagen, LLC
Version 5.5 [33.164841 MB]
In a world where everyone is an expert on everything by virtue of Google, an app like iTriage is a double-edged sword. But if you're the sort of person who is okay with self-diagnosing yourself with all sorts of crazy illnesses, there might not be a better option than the iTriage app. Using iTriage, you can look up symptoms for an illness, find what illness you might have, find a procedure that would treat that illnes...Read full review »
Perfect for the hypochondri... by jessicadally
If you've ever wanted to know what is wrong with you without going to the doctor this is likely the app for you. Of course, mostly people who do that regularly enough to need an iPhone app are pretty certain they're dying of every rare disease ever known to man. That said, if you're not one of those people this app could still be helpful, and more so once it's completed. The app allows you to find a doctor, helpful if travelling for sure, look up symptoms and even check the costs for a procedure. There are a number of procedures that have no estimated costs and of course depending on your area the actual costs could vary widely but it's a nice feature that at least tells you a ball park. Is that a 50k procedure or can I get it done for a couple hundred dollars. Sometimes it can be hard to know. The app has a lot more to it than I could ever describe and for me that's actually part of the problem. It's overwhelming and frankly I get sick so rarely (knocking on wood this very second) that I'll likely just go to the doc or look things up on the web when the time comes. This would likely be helpful to parents of little ones as they seem to actually get all the things known to man... on average it's rarely anything seriously horrible (thankfully), but enough different things to make an app worthwhile.