I work as an ID fellow and I wouldn’t be able to survive fellowship without this app. It’s essentially an ID textbook available at your fingertips. It works very well and updates constantly to give the latest info possible. I plan to re-up every year!!!
There is a glitch in this app because I switched phone but it won’t let me log into my account. It is making me create a new one and buy it’s subscription again
I don’t dare tell my chairman that she could buy this for the faculty and house staff and would not need me anymore.
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Very helpful. Been in practice for over 11 years. John Hopkins guide is my best friend. I use it in fellowship and later in practice!
Easy, complete and up to date. Love it. I have Sanford Guide too, but Hopkins is easier to navigate.
I already brought the HIV guide as an extra subscription add on THE antibiotic guide But I couldn’t access it either through APP OR WEBSITE
Added: I do not understand all of the poor reviews over having to repurchase this app. Ongoing costs are incurred by the developer to keep the guide updated with the latest info, latest abx, etc, as well as updates for the various software platforms. Virtually ALL apps in medicine are on the subscription model for this very reason. Original review: Clearly laid out. Easy to quickly find the info that I need in my daily practice. This app combined with UpToDate are my go-tos. (Yes, UTD has abx info, but again, the JH app is so user friendly.) Worth the asking price. This is my 3rd year to subscribe. I’ve also tried Sanford Guide, but this app’s layout was easier for me to find the info I need. YMMV.
Easy to use and has the antibiotic info I need in practice
Poor sign on - paid the yearly fee but no place in the app I can register and get a password to go on my pc to sign up. Also cannot access specific details of antibiotics recommended at this point.