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Mobile Apps: Mobile Apps for Stimson Library Databases

Find mobile apps for library databases such as DynaMed and UpToDate, and popular and recommended medical apps.

Mobile Apps for Library Databases

The following subscription databases are available for mobile use by the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence students and staff:

What is a mobile website?

A mobile website is a site that has been formatted or optimized for browser-based viewing on a small screen. You are not required to download or install a program. Mobile-optimized websites often have streamlined content and simpler navigation than their desktop versions.

What is a mobile app?

A mobile app is a software application or program downloadable  to  a smartphone, tablet or other mobile device.

Two Types of Mobile Apps

Some databases, such as Dynamed, and Lexicomp, enable the complete download of the database to a mobile device. Once the database is downloaded it is accessible without an Internet connection, although an Internet connection is needed for any updates.

For other resources, such as EBSCOhost databases and UpToDate, the app is just an interface for viewing the database; the database itself is not downloaded and an Internet connection is required for access.

On how many devices can I install for each app?

Dynamed - 3 devices

Lexicomp - 2 devices

UpToDate - 2 devices 

I am no longer a US Army Medical Center of Excellence student or staff member. Do I still have access to these apps?

Lexicomp, Dynamed, and UpToDate are available DHA-wide through the AMEDD Virtual Library.



Audiodigest logo

Click on the logo above.

Scroll down and answer the questions.

Set up your username and password.

Download the app to your mobile device.

Log in with your un/pw.

Customer Support email:


Instructions for Stat!Ref

Click on the above icon.

Go to the top of the page and click on “Profile”. You will register here.

Next, you must click on your profile again and click on "Anywhere Login Account" and click on the "activate" icon or you will not be able to log in to the app.

Now download the app and log in. This app requires wireless or data.

Teton help page:   1-800-901-5494



Instructions for Access Medicine, Access Emergency Medicine and Access Anesthesiology

Access Medicine App       Access Emergency Medicine App      

Click on any of the Access Medicine databases above. Click on Sign in at the top right and go to create a free Myaccess profile which will be recognized on any of the Access Medicine pages. There is only one mobile app, Access Medicine. The app offers a subset of the content of the three databases. It includes any favorites you have in your profile, Quck Diagnosis and Treatment, Diagnosaurus, Fitzpatrick’s Clinical Dermatology Atlas, Guide to Diagnostic Tests and your recents. You can access full content through our webpage though with your library account.


Instructions for Browzine

Download the app from your play store.

Choose Stimson Library from the drop-down box

Log in with your library account. If you can’t log in, please contact the library staff to see if your account is still valid.

Instructions for UptoDate


Click on the above icon. You must be on your government computer to set up an account.
Click on “Log in” on top right corner.

Fill out form and be sure to use your official government email. They will send a code to your email so you will need access to it to continue this process.

Create username and password (keep it simple).

Open the app on your phone and log in. NEW: This app can now be downloaded to your phone so you can use it offline.

You must log in on your government computer at least once every 180 days or your access to the app will expire. The library cannot help you if the access expires you must call UptoDate at 1-800-998-6374 or email The contact information will be on the welcome email they send you.

Instructions for Clinical Key Mobile App

Click on the icon above.

Click on “Register” in the top right corner.

Use your official email as the UN and create a password.

After you create your account, you must apply for remote access. Click on your profile and find Remote access from the drop down list. Put in your email address. The bad news: the DHA reports intermittent problem. The good news is, CK is fully searchable without the app. Just use your device to go to our webpage and put in your library account number and pw and you can use CK without the app. You still want to create an account so you can get CEs.

Clinical Key: 1 866 344 2088. 

Instructions for Dynamedex

If you already have a Dynamed account, just download the Dynamedex app from your playstore and log in with your username/password.

If you do not have an account, you must create your account on a government computer. Click on the DynaMedex icon above, click on the profile on the top right of the page and create an account. Then download the app from your playstore and log in. You will want to be in a place with free WiFi because it will download a lot of data to your device. To use the app you will need a phone signal or wireless.

At this time, Dynamedex mobile app can only be used while connected to the Internet.

Your account will be good for 3 months. After that, you will receive an email prompting you to re-authenticate on a government computer.     (800)758-5995.

Instructions for Dynamed

Instructions rfor Micromedex

There are 3 different Micromedex apps you can download to your mobile device. For all of them, you must have an account in Dynamed or Dynamedex (click the link on the icon above). Sign in or create an account on your government computer and click on Merative Links on the top right hand corner. Then look for Mobile Application Access on the top right. You will find instructions for downloading:


Micromedex Native Mobile Apps (Offline access, included with content subscription)

Watson Assistant for Mobile Browsers (Online Conversational Search, subscription required)

Merative Micromedex with Watson (Remote online access to enterprise subscription)


Only the first app can be used offline without a phone signal or internet.

Instructions for Deployed Medicine


Deployed Medicine is a DHA resource. Just download from your app store.

Deployed Medicine is an innovative learning service developed to supplement the medical education and training of U.S. military personnel, although some of the medical content could be broadly applied for use by civilian medical providers. The information contained in this app is designed to serve as a supplementary resource to reinforce prior training, and to help you deliver high quality trauma care in deployed settings.

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