By Lexi-Comp

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2009-06-22
  • Current Version: 5.7.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 30.24 MB
  • Developer: Lexi-Comp
  • Compatibility: iOS 11.0+
Score: 3.29
From 42 Ratings


Any Drug Question. Anytime. Anywhere Lexicomp drug reference on mobile apps are unique in the industry for being as extensive as our online drug reference offerings. No content is abridged. Users can view more than 20 databases, featuring timely, in-depth information on drugs, natural products, interactions, medical calculations and more, whether in the hospital or on-the-go. Provides unique features other drug information apps don’t have, like a pharmacogenomics database, IV compatibility data, drug shortage information, patient education leaflets, and the ability to reorder databases and monograph fields to customize display. Content is stored directly on the device – clinicians can quickly answer questions even if there is a weak mobile signal or no internet connection. Used and trusted by pharmacists, physicians, nurses, advanced practice nurses, dentists, and students. New individual users will receive a one month free trial to Lexicomp Hospital Pharmacist Package. At the end of the free trial, users will automatically be billed $29.99 per month via their iTunes Account for continuing access. To avoid being charged, users must cancel their free trial at least 24 hours before the end of the trial period. Users can manage settings, cancel subscriptions, or turn off auto-renewal anytime during the subscription period via iTunes Account Settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Use: http://www.wolterskluwercdi.com/disclaimer/apps/ Privacy Policy: http://www.wolterskluwercdi.com/app-privacy/


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App suddenly stops working

I hope you aren’t relying on this for a job or to take care of patients cause it doesn’t always work when you need it. I needed to ID some drugs on the fly. Opened app. It won’t let me use drug ID without a sync. I sync 108 mb over 5 mins. Sync fails. Still unable to use. Unacceptable. How about a way to get to the “filter drugs” index from the main screen? So I don’t have to click through Library > Lexi Drugs > Drugs to get to the “filter drugs” index which is the only index I need to quickly get to. Sorry, searching from the home screen brings up too much junk and it is still several clicks to get to a drug monograph.
By Sf2 fan

Watch your bank account

I am a third year medical student who just started clinical rotations. We were told by our school that Lexicomp was covered through our UpToDate subscription, yet my personal account has still been charged $29.99.
By chakrhaixbsjd

Automatic subscription

I apparently unwittingly ordered this, and with automatic renewal I don't know how long I paid for this, but I NEVER USED LEXICOMP. Enough said.
By dranderson12

Funky update function

I would recommend lexicomp to develop the app that allows users to update the content in the background without having interruptions to searching the drugs. Also, it would be nice to have the update on the content still happening in the background when users switch the screen to use a different app.
By KPRX123

Garbage app

App is absolute trash. The subscription/log-in process is convoluted. Passwords don’t function properly, and the reset only resets the password for the web store but not mobile access. I wish my institution didn’t use this service.
By Mailkimp

Keeps crashing

App keeps crashing. It’s completely unusable now
By MochiMaros

Gets worse and not better

It seems that over time the information gets more generic. Specifically in areas such as MOA. As pharmacists are a primary customer it would be good to have as much detailed information on the details as possible. New UI is not easy to navigate. Why did you make it use an extra keystroke to search? Previously one started typing and drug names popped up in a given database. Now you have to type and hit search then correct spelling then hit search again, rinse and repeat. Annoying. Beginning to think there are other options that are better although I’ve been using continuously for over 15 years now. 3 stars for content but would only give 1 star for UI.
By TNSmokey

Update is hard to use

This new version of mobile Lexicomp is very hard to use now that I can no longer go straight to the section of the monograph that is needed. It’s really annoying to have to scroll all there at down to PK or the Preparation section because it’s farther down.
By Jane E M

Back to 5 stars

**revised** Developer published a fix to the update screen default. Everything is back up to speed and no more waiting for drug info if there is slow or no WiFi access. Thank you! The newest version of the app defaults to the update screen. I can’t tell you how much I HATE this. If there is a poor signal or no WiFi access in a building, it is not possible to navigate away from the update page until the device has failed to make a connection. How embarrassing when a physician stops me in the hallway or calls and I can’t look up the information of concern. It just makes an angry physician who isn’t interested in waiting while I stare at my unresponsive screen. If I could keep the drug data in my head for instant recall, I wouldn’t need Lexicomp in my lab coat pocket at all times. Please change this!
By Clueless about birds

Latest update

Update: The latest update fixed my 2 problems I wish this new update didn’t automatically check for updates when you open the app. I work in a place that doesn’t get reception or WiFi so I’m stuck on that update page for at least a minute until it fails to connect. I can’t navigate away from that update page when I don’t have reception. Also when you search for a drug I wish it would show the drugs that begin with the letters you typed first. For example, if I search for a drug that begins with H, show the H drugs first. Don’t show me every single drug that has the letter H in it.
By kingofhilo19


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