Wikipedia's Offline Medical Encyclopedia is the biggest collection of healthcare articles on Android. It includes content on diseases, medications, anatomy, and sanitation.
This app is perfect for practicing physicians, medicine and other healthcare students, as well as members of the general public.
If you are in the developing world without access to the Internet or on a boat in the middle of nowhere you can now access one of the foremost and up-to-date medical dictionaries, for free.
RATING & USER REVIEWS (Taken From Google PlayStore)
4.7 Out Of 5.0
Great This app is responsive, attractive, and delivers exactly what you would expect given the title. We'll done. My suggestion for improvement is instead of having separate apps for different languages, have one app and allow users to install the languages of their choice, and allow switching back and forth inside each article (when available).
Awesome. Just what I needed. I am a doctor in a third world country. We don't get consistent Internet service outside a few big cities. So the offline functionality helps a lot. Update when in the cities and it's present wherever I go. A great help!
Very informative! This app will help you learn muscle terms, (so you you don't look like a fool at the gym, when asked. "what muscle groups are you working on? " To helping you figure out whether you injured you spine, or just pulled a muscle. Two totally different types of pain.
While reinstalling I am getting error. Plz give me suggestion how to reinstalled
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