Clinlab Navigator

Brand NEW App - Lab Test Navigator: 800+ Lab Tests for iPad

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A brand NEW version of our award winning mobile app has been released!

Lab Test Navigator: 800+ Lab Tests for iPad

Following the successful launch of its #1 lab test app, ClinLab Navigator announces a free version of their ground-breaking Lab Test Navigator iPad application.

Lab Test Navigator for iPad features a database of indexed, professional articles, more than 800 laboratory test interpretations, as well as utilization guidelines.

Ideal for physicians, medical students, nurses, residents, and laboratory professionals, Lab Test Navigator was written exclusively for healthcare professionals by a renowned physician.

The #1 lab test app for your iPad with the most detailed Test Interpretation information, now offered in a FREE version!

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  • FREE!
  • Completely updated user interface is better than ever!
  • Push notifications for new articles and updated content
  • Formatted specifically for the iPad
  • More than 800 laboratory tests interpretations
  • Test utilization guidelines
  • Transfusion guidelines
  • Method evaluation guidelines
  • Frequent, new content added
  • Save favorite articles

 

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Each test includes an interpretation and basic physiology to help assist in diagnosis and potential treatment and statistics are included in all results.

Users have the ability to add frequently accessed material to “favorites,” as well as backup and restoring of favorite content.

 

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