It’s been a while since we’ve talked about such an app here on the site (1, 2, 3 s to link some), so it’s worth a current tip: with the MeDic, from developer KS Mobile, you have the instructions for any medication in your hands, on your iPhone / iPod touch.
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MeDic is an application aimed at the medical and health area in general. The app aims to help students, graduates, interns, residents and supporters, mainly in medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, psychology, biomedicine, nursing, physiotherapy, among other related areas; in academic training and during their daily activities.
MeDic package inserts are supplied by drug manufacturers and approved by ANVISA, totaling more than 6 thousand and constantly updated. They are totally searchable, with easy access buttons for "Dosage", "Contraindications", "Indication" and "Overdose".
Within the app you can browse both the list of drugs and substances, active ingredients or laboratories. The items that interest you most can be favored and it even offers integration between medications, as well as the possibility for users to easily indicate medications not yet present in the MeDic database.
As negative points there is a non-standard interface very standardized with iOS and that has not yet been adapted for the screens of iPhones 6 and 6 Plus. However, Karian Silva informed us that he is already working to resolve this in a future update.
For those who do not want to hit the hammer directly in the full version, on the App Store there is a free one available:
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