Waste of Rs 2000 Sorry to say but downloaded with lots of enthusiasm and purchased right away. But unable to access any information. Only thing that is seen is favourites. No database despite updating. Not sure what's wrong. Edit: After several uninstall and reinstall cycles it is now working.
Pharmacy student I usually use the Sanford Guide hardcopy. In comparison, I think it's comparable & way more user friendly. I would love to see them expand the diagnosis & management section to add in more clinical usage. Also, I would love to see more monitoring parameters & how to manage toxicities. That would be stellar. What is still yet to find out though, is if this transfers when I trade in this horrible phone.
terrible quality of android app good professional content, but crazy bad quality of android app. every factory reset of smartphone or new smartphone-and you can not login after reinstallation of the app. every time you have to contact tech. support.
Excellent resource But what's the point of that little icon to zoom in,when the text doesn't reflow to fit on the screen?!!
Johns Hopkins ABX app Great idea, great layout, even intuitive (which one seldom sees these days in a med/healthcare app). But alas, it's really just one more app that says it's free and is essentially non-functional until you BUY the "complete" version. Guess I'll just stick to Epocrates and Micromedix.
Recommended by pharmacology instructor at UPenn Says it's the best 30.00 he ever spent and so far I've found it thorough and useful.
* New 2017 content available for purchase
Antibiotic guidelines for health-care professionals at CGH
Official Johns Hopkins ABX, HIV, Diabetes and Psych Guides with Monthly Updates
Know about medicine, side effects & compare brand prices without internet
Quick-reference tool for differential diagnosis for all healthcare professionals