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With Pepid, physicians need to look no further than their iPhone to
find the answers to critical questions like, “what are the possible
diagnoses?” “what’s the recommended prescribed drug?” “what’s the
recommended dose?” or “are there any possible drug interactions?” and
“what is the best evidence available for treatment?” Previously the
answers to these questions could only be found though memory or by
looking up information in textbooks, but now it’s available literally
at their fingertips.

“The iPhone was revolutionary when it was introduced. Now with Pepid,
it’s become the preferred point-of-care tool that doctors and nurses
rely on,” says Pepid President, John Wagner. “Currently, there are
numerous channel applications available. Some contain drug
information, some have minimal disease profiles, some have several
calculators and there are even electronic textbooks. Pepid has
achieved the ultimate all-in-one status by including 7,500 drug
names, more than 3,000 diseases and conditions, differential
diagnostics, illustrations, laboratory values and in excess of 2,000
medical calculators. Most importantly though, is that it’s all truly
fully integrated information — making iPhone with Pepid an extremely
powerful reference.”

Pepid has provided healthcare professionals clinical
specialty-focused products since 1994, focusing on the way clinicians
practice medicine. It incorporates medical and dosing calculators,
drug interactions, drug information, illustrations and evidence-based
practice recommendations at the point of care during a patient