Drug Book for Kindle?

  1. 0 I was thinking that it might be worthwhile to load a drug book onto my Kindle Fire and not have to carry around an actual book, but reading the reviews on Amazon, they don't seem to be user-friendly. Does anyone actually use a drug book on their e-reader and if so, what do you think of it?
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    KateRN1 has '20' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'COS-C, Risk Management'. From 'FL'; Joined Jun '05; Posts: 1,203; Likes: 1,010.

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  4. Visit  AMN74 profile page

    By far, my favorite Drug reference is epocrates. It's an app that you can download. I use the free version offered to the professionals. It's the drug reference that I've used for years.
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    Get one for your phone. I have Davis. Love it.
  6. Visit  84RN profile page
    Another vote for Epocrates. It's been invaluable to me, and I've even used the pill pictures on it when I had a patient who had just dumped all of her meds into one big container.

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