I have by no problems with this app! Very useful in my job as RN, F2F nurse.
I like the interaction information, all right there at the click of the button. Great record keeper.
I don’t have all the gray pill pages from 1 book;I think some1 gotten behind Drugs.com;changing things/deleted other info on Molnupiravir 2 drug websites would of been better than one if people are tinkering around with drugs.com; even though I had wifi; stated I didn’t; when I went back to the website you had to pay; people usually have to pay to get rid of ads; I wouldn’t be surprised if people are actually capable of buying drugs off the ex website; if drugs.com didn’t have interactions I would usually have to google to find the interactions for a particular drug. I have seen more drug information once before on Molnupiravir. I think they are trying to change it hoping for it to work as covid-19 pill!! Ahhh below the iPhone and iPad on the RX database app their is prices; but Rx pharmacist their isn’t fees; some apps that state prices before you try to download; or in app purchases (if you want to get rid of advertisements or anything associated with the game that they want people to purchase but people don’t have to purchase if they don’t want to in those games.
If you take several medications each day, you need this app. It explains side effects and possible interactions with other meds in plain English. If your doctor has prescribed a new med for you, this app makes it so simple to quickly check for possible interactions with the meds you already take. I find doctors are getting better at looking up possible interactions before prescribing new meds but they don’t always do so. And doctors can’t possibly know all the possible interactions. Especially if you’re on a lot of medications. Your pharmacist is supposed to catch interactions and alert you to concerning side effects but they’re often so busy they don’t always alert you to problems unless you ask them. And that won’t happen at all with mail order. So be safe, take charge of your healthcare and use Pocket Pharmacist.
This app is very helpful and contains tons of useful information that will benefit any student and healthcare provider. I would love to see drug images along with the NDC added in the future updates if possible. Also, the yearly subscription is a bit too much for me as a student. Other than that it’s a great app.
As a hospital therapist, got this app several years ago and it is still my go-to for quick prescription information. Very easy to use and worth every penny! So much faster than any internet search.
I’ve used this countless times during my tours as a field paramedic. Very quick to navigate and I end up learning more about each drug than I cared to in the first place. Can’t beat the price, either.
This app is easy to use and provides drug information when I’m on the road and at work. Better than the previous app I’ve used fro over 10 years. 5+
I understand and appreciate that developers would like to and should see fruits from their labor. And I for one don’t mind helping. However, to block all access to the app completely and shove everything behind a pay wall is, I believe, an egregious reach. There are positive user experience options such as placing ads within this app and having a monthly payment option to have them removed - which could serve the same ends for the developer receiving profits and without being like the Emerald City doorman in the Wizard of Oz. Same result but less of a grating thing for those who want or need to know something in a pinch. If this was an entertainment app I wouldn’t even leave a review, but the information within could be helpful for someone in need. Thankfully, there are other options in the App Store. If anything changes, I will be back, delete this one star review, and replace it if that is possible.
I love the convenience of having all my medications and diagnoses listed in one place, as well as a tracker, interactions and side effects. My only suggestion would be to have the option to notate how much of the medication is being taken for that dose, as some medication's directions are 1-2 as needed, for example.