Full Code Medical Simulation 17+

Doctor, nurse & EMT education

Full Code Medical Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 4.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Full Code is an intuitive, mobile-first simulation app designed by medical professionals for medical students and professionals. With over 170+ realistic virtual cases and an engaging, game-like interface, our award-winning app is preferred by medical professionals worldwide. Not only can Full Code help you to gain confidence in treating complex cases, but you can also gain 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each Full Code case that you play.

With over 170 cases across 31 specialties, Full Code allows you to practice rare and risky clinical diagnoses in a safe environment, so you can tackle complex real-world cases with confidence. Using our immersive virtual simulation platform, you can practice on-demand medical simulations whenever you get a break, wherever you happen to be. Optimized for portability and accessibility, Full Code is available on any mobile, desktop, or tablet device.

Complete your continuing medical education (CME) requirements with flexible and enjoyable simulation challenges accredited through the ACCME. With our PRO+CME subscription, you can receive 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each Full Code case that you play, as long as you score 85% or better. Subscribe to Full Code Pro+CME today to get started.

89% of physicians say that using Full Code makes them more confident when caring for real patients.
— Full Code customers via in-app survey
(Asked after completing at least 10 Full Code cases; 60% response rate)

*5 STARS*Amazing app for healthcare students and workers
"This really is a fantastic app that is both informative and interesting. There is a variety of cases, some free and some that you pay for, that are stimulating and very well designed. I highly recommend actually subscribing to it and paying just because of the higher volume of cases you can play around with. I’m a nursing student interested in critical care, and this has been a great resource for me!"
— douglasmcfuglas, 05/06/2022

“Full Code strikes the right balance between simplicity of use and medical detail in each case."
— Dr. Jim Carlson, VP for Interprofessional Education and Simulation, Rosalind Franklin University

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fullcodemedical
Twitter: @fullcodemedical
Instagram: @fullcodemedical

What’s New

Version 3.2

— Patient AI —
We're excited to introduce Patient AI — our new patient conversation feature leveraging the latest advances in artificial intelligence. Patient AI conversations are unlimited for Pro subscribers and available on a limited basis for Basic and free users.

— Rotations View —
We've added a whole new way to browse our cases and complete them — by clinical rotation. See your cumulative score on the rotation while you try to complete all the diagnoses.

— Audio and Visual Improvements —
Our main ER looks and sounds more realistic than ever with background audio and improved visuals.

— More Animations —
Patients in pain will now clutch their chest, grasp at their abdomen and hold their head realistically based on their underlying diagnosis.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
4.4K Ratings

4.4K Ratings

Lazy Puggle ,

Best Game/ Educational tool I have ever had

I’m obsessed with learning anything and everything I can about medicine. I would love to work in the medical field and this is helping to show me how the actual dream job really is, what standards they have, and gives me the biggest dopamine rush when I get at least 80%. I never went to even high school, so it rocks that I’m so great with medicine. I mean, 80 %, I’m 28, kept locked in in school suspension my entire childhood and just sometimes really think it’s awesome I can jump into these things and pick them up so easy.
My fiancé had Fourniers Gangrene and when they went to show me how I would be packing her wounds, I blew their socks right off. First try. I hope using this app it could prepare me for some job that feeds my passion. 80% Doesn’t seem much but Considering I’ve never even been past grade 9… gives me hope.

jack981708 ,

Good practice for professionals

Have gone through about 12 cases so far. I was expecting all of them to be “worst case scenario” situations but was surprised at how varied the cases are. From a ER nurses point of view it’s a fresh way to flex your knowledge and think beyond your scope. You have to assess the patient, consider appropriate lab work, imaging, and choose the right interventions, and of course reassess. A diagnosis must be made for every patient with a decision to admit to the appropriate floor or discharge with or without outpatient follow-up. Vital signs are real-time, and you have to really think on your feet for the critical scenarios to get the patient stabilized. Every case has a full discussion at the end which details exactly what should have been done. All-in-all I think it is a valuable tool, and rather enjoyable!

Ftre1234 ,

Most Enriching AND Entertaining Game Ever!

I came into this with no medical knowledge whatsoever, save what knowledge (shaky and unreliable) I gained from Grey’s Anatomy (please don’t kill me!) I cannot attest to this app from a medical professional’s standpoint, but from a citizen’s standpoint I find this app to be stellar. It allows me to pick up little things here and there, like what medicine to give for an opioid overdose and where patients need to be sent. I cannot stress enough how challenging this is for my untrained self, nor can I describe perfectly the feeling I get when I gain more knowledge from this teaching format. Rest assured, however, that it is a hugely great one! :-)

App Privacy

The developer, Full Code Medical Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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