December 24, 2009 – A clinical reference and pharmaceutical database application was released this week for the Google Android personal digital assistant (PDA) device.
Lexi-Comp ON-HAND for Android features Lexi-Drugs, a comprehensive pharmacology database. Users can create and store personalized user notes within each monograph, as well as diagnose, find treatment options, and identify drug interactions in seconds. Databases stored on the memory card allow for quick access to the equivalent of more than 65,000 printed pages of the most updated clinical information available on a smartphone.
The application allows users to view tables, charts, appendices, and images as they are seen in Lexi-Comp’s handbooks and Internet platforms. Also, downloading and updating the software is now done over the air, with no cords or syncing required.
With Lexi-Comp ON-HAND software, clinicians can link to FDA warnings, PubMed, and additional resources directly from their phone. Additional licensed resources include “Harrison’s Practice,” “The 5-Minute Clinical Consultant,” and “Stedman’s Medical Dictionary” for the “Health Professions and Nursing.”
This platform expands Lexi-Comp’s handheld solution, which also includes compatibility with the iPod touch, smartphones including iPhone, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile, as well as Palm, Pocket PC devices, and any device with Web browser capabilities.
For more information: www.lexi.com/pda/google-android