Nursing Central is the premier source of disease, drug, and test information for nurses. It also includes a leading dictionary, literature searching, and a study system. Get quick answers wherever you need them—on your mobile device or the web.
Washington Manual of Medical Therapeutics provides access to practical clinical recommendations for residents and senior medical students. Use this mobile database to quickly diagnose and treat patients with hundreds of common medical conditions.
Davis’s Drug Guide for Mobile + Web, 13th edition includes up-to-date drug monographs for thousands of trade name and generic drugs. Answer questions about dosing, administration, patient safety, and patient teaching.
5-Minute Clinical Consult (5MCC) for Mobile + Web delivers fast, to-the-point guidance on 900+ medical conditions. Exclusive bonus features include 200 pediatric topics, 130+ dermatology images, McGraw-Hill Medical’s Diagnosaurus®, and Medical News RSS feeds.
Harriet Lane Handbook is the authoritative pediatric resource for interns, residents, and practitioners. Review pediatric disease management, check drug details in the renowned formulary, or consult hundreds of algorithms, charts, and images.
Taber’s Medical Dictionary contains entries for over 65,000 terms. With full-color illustrations, videos, integrated audio pronunciations, in-depth appendices, and full web access, Taber’s is the most comprehensive health science dictionary available.
Dermatology DDx features hundreds of high-resolution images of common skin conditions. Download to your mobile device to accurately diagnose and treat dermatologic disorders with confidence at the point of care.
Medicine Central is a collection of disease, drug, differential diagnosis, and test information for mobile and web. Medicine Central features 5-Minute Clinical Consult, Davis’s Drug Guide, McGraw-Hill Medical’s Diagnosaurus®, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, and MEDLINE Journals.
Anesthesia Central is a must-have for every anesthesiologist, critical care specialist, nurse anesthetist, and trainee. This fully-integrated resource includes a comprehensive collection of disease, drug, test, procedure, and literature information.
Evidence Central supports effective evidence-based medical practice by integrating analysis with the latest research. Access Evidence-Based Medicine Guidelines, Cochrane Abstracts, EE+ POEMs, and MEDLINE Journals.
Created just for emergency medicine, Emergency Central is a collection of disease, drug, and test information including 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, Davis’s Drug Guide, McGraw-Hill Medical’s Diagnosaurus®, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, and MEDLINE Journals.
Harrison’s Manual of Medicine for Mobile + Web gives you fast access to more than 600 topics in internal medicine. Derived from the world’s most authoritative internal medicine reference, this updated edition reflects the latest advances in medical practice.
Nurse’s Pocket Guide provides the necessary information to look up the signs and symptoms of medical conditions, link directly to the associated nursing diagnoses, and develop appropriate plans of care.
RNotes® helps nurses provide premium patient care by putting the latest quick-reference, clinically-focused nursing information at their fingertips. The new third edition also helps students prepare for the NCLEX examinations by noting topics covered on the exam.
Control of Communicable Diseases Manual for Mobile + Web includes the latest on identifying, managing, and preventing hundreds of infectious diseases, as well as public health news feeds and literature tracking.
Diagnosaurus® is a valuable quick reference tool that contains over 1,000 differential diagnoses. Available for iOS and Android, this application helps healthcare professionals reach accurate diagnoses with speed and confidence at the point of care.
Medicines Compendium UK delivers comprehensive, regulated database of SPCs (from the "eMC") for more than 5,000 brand name and generic UK (British) medicines to your mobile device for quick reference from any location.