Good resource. However, in the Pediatric Emergency Handbook, the Hyperkalemia section 13-13 is mislabelled Hypokalemia. That section also does not come up when searching “hyperkalemia”. I found this out when I was trying to figure out the insulin dose to use for a severely hyperkalemic infant. Also, I cannot figure put how to use Tools. All I get is an invitation to the pharmacopoeia, which I do not want. Cancelling that kicks me back to the previous screen. Perhaps, that is why I cannot figure out how to use bookmarks.
I love this app. I have been using it for 20 years. I just recently changed my phone, the device on which I use this app. The font appears extremely small all of a sudden. I looked everywhere and have trouble adjusting. Please help! Lillian Berdichevsky MD
I bought the hospitalist and OB versions on my iPhone thinking I would have iPad access. Guess who was fooled! Thanks Tarascon. Enjoy the money until my subscription expires.
You can’t split screen with another app. I downloaded this to compare with Davis’s Drug Guide, and they both have the same issue. The version downloaded is also just 5 days old. How can anyone get this wrong? Will give 5 stars if fixed.
I just paid for subscription and it wants me to get a free trial so they can charge me for a second or perhaps a third subscription.
1)Would love if the search engine helped with spelling. Many times will need to go to google to get correct spelling then go back to the pharmacopoeia app and re-enter. 2)would love if the the app had a separate feature where you can enter specific diagnosis and get recommended different treatment (medications) options, I usually need to go to UpToDate for that. I know this becomes a liability on your part, but you can maybe collaborate with UpToDate or similar authority reference site for that. Thanks
This app is a scam!
After using the new feature, nothing works without force-quitting the app. I would have contacted the developer directly rather than writing a review if I had nothing else to do today but fill out the silly form that is required.
Wasted $19.99 for an app that doesn’t work. Tried to immediately cancel but am stuck with it. Deleated app.
But when one needs any depth, e.g. more detailed adverse effect info, one should consult other sources.