No updates for long time. Missing basic drugs such as Panadine Forte, Targin etc. Had a lot of potential but developers seemed to have abandoned it.
Good application, but not complete in terms of some morden drugs and mechanisms of action. But very useful in clinic, when you need to get fast answer about dose, contraindications and interactions.
Very handy app. Great to finally have an Australian version. As others have said some drugs are not listed. Needs updating.
Handy, but not exactly complete... Having been annoyed for a while with waiting for mims mobile to load each time, a drug reference that loads quickly offline is very welcome - although other apps are available, these are mainly applicable for the US so it is good to see an aussie version. However, having paid almost $50 for the app, I do expect the drug listing to be complete - whilst single-agent preparations are listed, I notice that many combination-medications are not. This includes preparations such as Karvezide, Seretide, and even Panadeine forte. It is annoying having to look up the dosage etc only to find the relevant drug is not there! If all clinically used medicines could be listed, this would otherwise be a very good app.
A must for nurses Fantastic.
This app is ok, but needs the ability to save to SD card to limit internal memory usage. Also, not all IV meds give infusion instruction.
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