***Top Medical App 2010 – 2018***
Drug Information, Interaction Checker, Medication Organizer, Quiz, and Chat Forum
– Featuring Pharmacist summarized drug information on the top 1,700+ medications in the United States (growing each month).
– Featuring Interaction Check, the groundbreaking new way to automatically check for interactions, overlapping side effects and precautions.
– Featuring Med Box, the easiest to use medication organizer and reminder.
– Featuring Chat, a forum specifically for those who want to communicate with others about medications and other drug-related health issues. Feel free to ask a question, respond to someone, or even partake in a discussion.
– Created by a Clinical Pharmacist (Doctor of Pharmacy).
– Voted #1 Pharmacy App (best drug information app) by iPhone Life Magazine.
– 1,400+ user reviews averaging 4.5 out of 5.0 stars.
– Internet connection not required.
– Unbiased drug information (zero pharmaceutical sponsorship).
– Perfect for individuals, caregivers, physicians, nurses, students, and other healthcare professionals.
The founder of PocketPharmacist holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and is a licensed Pharmacist. Our primary goal is to to help people better understand and manage their (patient’s) medications.
When we summarize a medication for PocketPharmacist, we are extremely careful to only include the information that we would want our families and friends to focus on. Therefore, you can be confident that you are not getting bogged down with unnecessary information.
Interaction Check, is a groundbreaking new way to ensure medication compatibility. It automatically alerts you to potentially life-saving interactions, precautions and side effects for two or more medications. Best of all, Interaction Check is easy to use AND understand.
PocketPharmacist also features the easiest to use medication organizer, Med Box. Med Box keeps track of your medications, allergies, medical conditions, Doctors and pharmacies. It is great for:
– Organizing medication lists for your parents, your clients, or yourself.
– Setting alarms/reminders for when to take medications.
– Answering the age old question, “Did I already take/give ________?”.
– Determining compatibility between current, or newly prescribed, medications.
For less than the price of a cup of coffee you can put a stop to medication confusion. Don’t hesitate and download the best drug information app now!
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