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  1.    #1  
    What do members feel are the best drug or pharmacology guides for the Treo?

    I have been using ePocrates but wanted to look at some other options.

    This is what I found with Google:

    ePocrates

    http://www2.epocrates.com/index.html

    Davis's Drug Guide for PDA

    http://www.skyscape.com/estore/Produ...?ProductId=219

    Drug Facts (Siver, Gold or Platinum)

    http://www.unboundmedicine.com/store...iewentry&eid=3

    Tarascon

    https://www.tarascon.com/products/index.php?PID=11

    mobliePDR

    http://www.pdr.net/

    mobileMICROMEDEX

    http://www.thomsonhc.com/

    Lexi-Comp On Hand

    http://www.pharmacist.com/pda_sales.cfm
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    I suggest you look at A2Z drugs at skyscape. The pharmacology portion is quite good.
    pilottreo1
  3. #3  
    I have a trial of Lexi-Comp on Hand and I think I'm gonna purchase it. I still have ePocrates for quick look-ups, but I' m not going to renew the Pro version.
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    What I'm working with:
    Treo 700p (Sprint PCS)
    Vaja T65 case
    Treo 650 Wireless Headset
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    Any comments on why you like these?

    I am using the free version of ePocrates, which does fine with the basics.
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    I like ePocrates because I feel it's probably the easiest to use. I've used this for years and it's very easy to navigate. However it takes up a LOT of memory and as of now, it can't be run off the SD card. I'm a pharmacist so having easy access to a large amount of information is paramount. PEPID kept crashing on me and I also looked into AHFS (I used to have that as a springboard module, remember that?), but that was waaay to cumbersome. So far I'm using Lexi-Interact and Lexi-Drugs and it's been working out OK. Cheers.
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    What I'm working with:
    Treo 700p (Sprint PCS)
    Vaja T65 case
    Treo 650 Wireless Headset

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