The Pocket Guide to Common Medications gives quick and convenient access to important information on common medications to Windows Mobile® users.
Each monograph is written in lay yet informational language to provide helpful insights for patients taking medications. Combined with the hand-made selection of medications, its compact size, ease of use and affordable price this results in a must-have product for wide range of users, from patients to parents to even students.
The Guide is a doctor-produced informational database of 400+ monographs covering over 1,000 generic and branded names of the most popular U.S. medications.
With just a few taps on the screen of a PDA, users can perform keyword searches to quickly view drug information written and edited by pharmacists and physicians. Topics covered in each drug monograph include:
Drug class and mechanism
Pregnancy and nursing mothers
contents The product is brought to you in joined effort
between MedicineNet and
BEIKS, two leading companies in the fields of
medical reference content and mobile reference applications respectively.
It consists of two parts: the MedicineNet's Common Medications database itself and BEIKS' BDicty dictionary application, a common platform for mobile reference content.
Based on the mobile industry standard BEIKS dictionary program BDicty Dictionary covering all major mobile platforms (Palm OS®, Windows Mobile® / Pocket PC®, Linux / Sharp Zaurus®)
Expandable with other BEIKS dictionaries and phrase books for Windows Mobile®
Optimized for Widows smartphones one-hand operation
Quick input for Windows Smartphone via virtual keyboard panel
Open secondary dictionary option
Dictionary browsing with fast word positioning
Installable in the main handset memory or on a media card
Excellent data compression
Free software updates*
Download availability online
Built-in help documentation
*BEIKS guarantees free updates for problem fixes and minor application enhancements; BEIKS explicitly reserves the right for releasing commercial updates upon introducing significant application changes and no more than once per calendar year.