Complete drug dictionary.. Please keep it updated..
Tarascon pharmacopoeia is great I started using this 23 years ago as a resident. I used it a lot for the first 10 years. I don't need it much anymore, but it's nice to have. It's still a great reference. It's always been my go-to reference when prescribing something I'm unfamiliar with. Nice to have on my phone now, especially since I can't read the small print in the book anymore.
Tarascon Pharmacopia Used to be 5 stars, but 2 things have changed in newer updates. 1st & worst...formerly, when subscription expired the app continued & simply ceased updating. Now, unlike a book, when subscription expires, all access to information you've paid for disappears. 2nd, much useful information concerning different uses for each drug or drug class has been removed, leaving remaining information less useful.
Very Helpful in EBP Although it doesn't have all the fancy tables like one of the pocket book versions still very fast and easy to access in a hurry (not to mention consistently up to date).
Essential App! Tarascon Pharmacopeia is one of the only two apps I use of this kind. I still get a new print edition every year too. Sometimes the tables, etc. are easier and faster for me to look at & use.
Tarascon: convient, handy I have several drug apps but I use this one most often. Ive been out of medicine for a little while, this app helps me refresh the order of the parmacologiy.
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