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  1. BiggusDiccus

    BiggusDiccus Active Member

    Any medical professionals out there found any good medical apps for the droid? I have Skyscape already, and Epocrates is supposed to come out with a droid app early 2010. Any other favorites out there?

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  2. ttran97

    ttran97 Well-Known Member

    I haven't tried skyscape on android yet. Is it ok? I had paid versions of it for my old PDA long ago. Loved it. Right now, all I'm using is the webpage Drugs.com . That's the pro site with detailed drug info.
  3. BiggusDiccus

    BiggusDiccus Active Member


    I really like skyscape...I had it on my itouch and transferred it over to the Eris. It comes with some free stuff that is actually very useful - specifically archimedes, OCM (over the counter medications) and RxDrugs, then I paid for Emergency Medicine Manual - it's a nice piece of software. I really love Epocrates but have to wait for it to be available on droid. I use it online but it's not as good as an actual app. I have tried Harrisson's and Merck manual on itouch, but prefer skyscape over them.
  4. Szakri

    Szakri Member

    I was use Dr.Drugs in my i-mate phone before, so I have account in Lexi-Comp
    the send Email for any news for the company, I received an Email form them, about android software, I'll check my Email for you ;)
  5. Szakri

    Szakri Member

    Here is it :)

    Download and Install the Lexi-Comp Application to your Phone


    • Step 1: Ensure you have a strong wi-fi or cellular connection.
    • Step 2: Navigate to Lexi-Comp Android using the default browser on your phone.
    • Step 3: Tap the Download Lexi-Comp ON-HAND link to download the MainActivity.apk file.
    • Step 4: After the MainActivity.apk has been downloaded, tap on the file to begin installation.
    • Step 5: You may see a message that reads, "Install Blocked. For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not sourced in Android Market."
    • Step 6: If so, tap on Settings and select, "Uknown Sources: Allow install of non-Market applications." Agree to the notice on your phone, hit the back button, and tap the MainActivity.apk file again to resume installation.
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    • Step 7: Agree to the notification and the software will install in a few seconds.
    Register Your 30-day Trial


    • Step 8: Open the Lexi-Comp ON-HAND application on your device.
    • Step 9: If opening the application for the first time, please read and accept the license agreement.
    • Step 10: Enter your registration information. If prompted, please select SD card for database storage.
    • Step 11: Select the databases you wish to update and tap the "Update" button.
    I hope it's helpful for you ;)
  6. Szakri

    Szakri Member

    do you try it??
  7. ^^ Is that Vincent from FF7 in your signature?
  8. Szakri

    Szakri Member

    oh my
    why you post this
    you mean Final Fantasy XI, yah, it's for Vincent ;)
    I also post it for my profile picture, but I really don't know why it's not shown there :(
  9. Nah man, he was in 7. Maybe 11, but I never played it.

    I'm no nurse or anything to do with the medical field, but is making an account on Skyscape free and worth it? It seems like you have to pay for the extra stuff. Is it still useful without paying anything?
  10. Szakri

    Szakri Member

    I didn't have device use android OS to try that :(
    I waiting for my archos 5 with android, but the BiggusDiccus was asked for that so I try to help
    for my I use Dr.Drug with my old i-mate, when I was student, it can give you free days for use then it'll be locked, you can't use it, but I saw in Arabic forum crack for Skyscape apps, it can give you the serial number for any of it and make the app work without paying for lexi comp :p like that
  11. avenable

    avenable Member

    I can't find any medical apps that I was able to find before... diagnosaurus, unbound, merck manual, etc.

    Edit: Nevermind, I see in another thread that missing apps is due to update.... Hope they hurry up and fix this.
  12. DroidDO

    DroidDO Well-Known Member

    I would expect to see more medical android apps in the future, as a few biotech companies are planning on using the os in diagnostic equipment.
  13. karnold

    karnold New Member

  14. poocherjm

    poocherjm New Member

    Hi, my wife and I both have Eris' and she is starting nursing school and is required to have three apps from skyscape. It looks like they will take up about 76 MB of memory. She doesn't have a lot of other apps on her phone, I think the last time I checked she had something like 110 MB of available space. Will this make it lag quite a bit? Do any of you who use skyscape have issues with the apps on your phone? Any help is appreciated!
  15. avenable

    avenable Member

    I have skyscape on the phone... albeit the free version. It doesn't cause any issues on the phone for me, space or otherwise.
  16. karnold

    karnold New Member

    Hey! I doubt it would cause any problems have been using the apps without my phone slowing down.. If you need any help just feel free to contact Skyscape directly - they are quite support oriented that way.. :)

    Also, if she needs a nursing guide i would advise the Saunders Guide from Skyscape - my sister has been using it and is quite happy - (Skyscape runs in the family i guess :D )

    Do let me know if i can help anytime :D
    Oh n if u want the Saunders guide - this is it :) Skyscape's Saunders Nursing Drug Handbook: Mobile Medical References for Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Palm, Palm Pre, Pocket PC, Tablet PC, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Symbian.

    Have a super day :)
  17. Bumping an old thread but I unearthed Skyscape again and got a ton of free updates for it. I swear, I could cure cancer using this phone.

    In addition to this app, there is Epocrates. Didn't go through the whole thread to see if it was mentioned, but I didn't like it that much.

    Skyscape, as of now, is THE best medical app out there. I have the iPhone version as well.
  18. andrizoid

    andrizoid Well-Known Member

    i have the 420 notifier, reminds me when to take my medication :cool:
    fnordsnafu likes this.
  19. jsknetsdude

    jsknetsdude New Member

    Plz share APKs for skyscape and unbound .. Thanks
  20. DOCPT

    DOCPT New Member

    Evaluating the knee, ankle..... back, shoulder, etc? 250 tests with their own video demonstration, description on how to perform test, definition of a positive finding, and review of diagnostic properties and strength of the test.

    CORE - Clinical ORthopedic Exam

    and you can learn more about it by watching the Youtube video below.
    Clinical Orthopaedic Exam

    by Clinically Relevant Technologies
  21. locoandroid

    locoandroid Well-Known Member

    my wife (RN) is running this on her Eris and she love it....
  22. gerge

    gerge Member

    how is skyscape
  23. gerge

    gerge Member

    hw is skyscape
  24. gerge

    gerge Member

    what is lexi com

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