Yesterday many noticed that when they went to look up drug information they were unable to do so via their Micromedex Drug Information app on the iOS platform. Those on Android did not notice anything and this will probably be news to them. In any event, it appears that the issue of the app requesting […]
Micromedex Drug Interaction app is a straightforward mobile reference for healthcare practitioners working with medications on a daily basis. This app can help identify and manage potential issues that may come up in daily practice. The app is easy to use.
App Reviewed: Micromedex IV Compatibility (Ver. 1.8.0) Purpose of App Review: Review ease of use of app in comparing possible interactions between intravenous (IV) preparations Determine ability of app in discerning what are possible interactions for IV medications Introduction: All too often healthcare providers find themselves questioning if the medications they are giving their patients […]
By: Timothy Aungst, PharmD. Instructional App Utilization Review Introduction: Micromedex currently has a series of mobile applications available on several mobile devices. Their Drug Information app is currently free for all users. However, several additional apps they have available require an annual subscription ($9.99/year). These apps can also be accessed via an institutional subscription though […]
As the Editor-in-chief at iMedicalApps, I enjoy both the Android OS and Apple’s iOS. Well, to clarify, I enjoy the stock Android Ice Cream Sandwich mobile OS, not Ice Cream Sandwich that has ridiculous skins added by various cell phone manufacturers. I have both an Android and iPhone device, and although the Android medical app […]
The best iPad medical apps for physicians. Thousands of Pad medical apps were sorted through to come up with this list, ranging from prescription drug reference apps to virtual simulation apps.
In this comprehensive review, iMedicalApps compares the free versions of the six of the best-known medical reference apps for the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad: Epocrates, Lexi-Comp, MedScape, Micromedex, Pepid, and Skyscape.