Henderson, Nevada – SigmaPhone LLC today announced that one of their medical App, FDA Drugs, is honored by medical community in a scientific article on the May, 2010 issue of “Clinical Infectious Disease” published by University of Chicago Press.
In their article titled “Infectious Disease Resource for the iPhone”, Dr. Oehler et al of University of South Florida College of Medicine, demonstrated how medically oriented apps facilitate medical personnel to access personal information, medical reference and clinical data. Along with ePocrates, MedScape and Johns Hopkins POC-IT ABX and HIV Guide, SigmaPhone’s FDA Drugs is introduced as one of the newest drug information databases available to iPhone and iPod touch users.
“Also unique about this application (FDA Drugs) is the ability to search all drugs with a specific active ingredient and to search for therapeutically equivalent generic alternatives.” Wrote Dr Oehler of University of South Florida in the article.
“We consider it as a great honor to be featured in the scientific journal and recognized by medical community. We are going to continuously improve our fleet of medical applications, including FDA Drugs and iPharmacy, currently the best selling medical app on Apple App Store, to benefit pharmacists, doctors, nurses and consumers,” said Jack Yang, CTO of SigmaPhone LLC.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 2.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
FDA Drugs 1.8 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Medical category.
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