Free PDA Medical Software - page 2

i found another site with nursing skill videos! they are interesting and like i said they can be downloaded to a pda. that sounds great because next time you are in a clinical and unsure of the... Read More

  1. by   Nemhain
    skyscape.com has some free stuff. you have to go to the "browse by professions" on the left of the screen and click on "view all" you will then see a link to the free stuff in the right hand column under "featured products" it reads free products.
  2. by   maskp4
    Does anyone know of some software that has pictures of the medications?
  3. by   jaimemds
    Stacworks.com has a free ABGPro, you enter the pt's lab values and tell you acidosis and alkalosis and other expected lab values.
  4. by   zaccity
    does any one know any sites about setting goals and learning plan for nurses?
  5. by   SouthernLPN2RN
    I wanted to let y'all know that Micromedex is free for nursing students. My school wasn't listed and when I called, they just told me to select any school that shows up.
  6. by   megsmommy04
    can you tell me where to get that Micromedex. I am a freshman nursing student and need all the free stuff for school I can get.
    Thanks
  7. by   Nemhain
    Quote from megsmommy04
    can you tell me where to get that Micromedex. I am a freshman nursing student and need all the free stuff for school I can get.
    Thanks
    Here's the link: http://www.micromedex.com/solutions/academics/students/

    I do know that you have to click on the "free access" link and then fill out your information to register.

    I'm not sure, but it may just be a limited time trial version. Let us know when you download it.
  8. by   VickyRN
  9. by   I KRISCOCHO I
    oh i can't wait to load this on to my Pocket PC!
  10. by   NJNursing
    I would like a kind if abridged drug guide. I've got a Palm Zire and it's only got like 2mb of memory and all of the other drug guides I've tried to install (Davis, Epocrates) there's just not enough memory. This was given to me as a gift and while I appreciate it, it just doesn't do enough. I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find a smaller file of a drug guide to install? I'll be getting a newer one with more memory later this year, but this is for just an immediate need.

    TIA!
    Last edit by NJNursing on Apr 19, '06
  11. by   SouthernLPN2RN
    Quote from Nemhain
    Here's the link: http://www.micromedex.com/solutions/academics/students/

    I do know that you have to click on the "free access" link and then fill out your information to register.

    I'm not sure, but it may just be a limited time trial version. Let us know when you download it.
    Sorry I haven't been to this thread in a while. I'm still using Micromedex and haven't seen any indication of it being a free trial.
  12. by   Brian_SRNA
    I don't know of any small size file drug guides, Do you have an expansion card you can use?

    Good luck

    Brian
  13. by   TNNurseCCM
    Has anyone downloaded the PDR? Cost? Does it work well?

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