Charlottesville, VA, September 4, 2002 — Unbound Medicine and McGraw-Hill Professional, a unit of McGraw-Hill Education, announced the release of Harrison’s Manual of Medicine, 15th Edition, for personal digital assistants (PDAs).
Powered by Unbound Medicine and part of McGraw-Hill’s Mobile Consult Series, this version of Harrison’s Manual of Medicine is specifically optimized for mobile devices. Referenced to the world’s best-selling internal medicine textbook, this handy reference provides on-the-spot answers to the problems faced daily in the practice of medicine. It’s perfect for students and clinicians on the wards, in clinics, emergency rooms, or teaching situations.
Utilizing Unbound Medicine’s next-generation handheld platform, users can access the information they need in a matter of seconds. They can select diseases or conditions quickly via the Topic Guide or Table of Contents, then use several built-in navigation features to review the desired information or link to related topics.
Harrison’s Manual of Medicine, 15/e for PDA can be purchased on CD-ROM at your local medical bookstore or by online download from sites such as Handango, pdaMD, Palm.com.
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About The McGraw-Hill Companies
McGraw-Hill Education is a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies. Founded in 1888, The McGraw-Hill Companies is a global information service provider meeting worldwide needs in the financial services, education, and business information markets through leading brands such as Standard & Poor’s and Business Week. The corporation has more than 300 offices in 33 countries. Sales in 2001 were $4.6 billion. Additional information is available at www.mcgraw-hill.com.
About Unbound Medicine, Inc.
Unbound Medicine, Inc. develops next-generation knowledge management systems for healthcare. The company’s handheld and web-based technology platform and information architecture services help partners provide healthcare professionals with advanced systems for acquiring, managing, and sharing knowledge. Additional information is available at www.unboundmedicine.com.