What PDA programs do you use?

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Specializes in Psychiatric NP. Has 3 years experience.

Hi,

I'm an FNP student and wondering what kinds of programs you are using if you have a PDA and where the programs can be found, especially if there are any free ones. (I already have epocrates but it is not very detailed for prescribing.)

Thanks so much!:bow:

ghillbert, MSN, NP

Specializes in CTICU. Has 26 years experience. 3,726 Posts

Have you seen the computer/PDA forum? There's a bunch of posts in there about this stuff. I think someone recommended pepid as preferred to epocrates.

traumaRUs, MSN, APRN, CNS

Specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU. Has 30 years experience. 163 Articles; 21,071 Posts

As an APN in a nephrology practice who works PT in the ER, this is what I have:

ePocrates Pro

Neph guide (give renal dosing)

ER Suite

a billing program

an ICD-9 program

RescueSpanish - quick translation guide.

VIXEN007

Specializes in Med-Surg. 108 Posts

You should check out skyscape. There are some programs geared to FNPs. As a nursing student I have:

RN Notes

Medical Spanish

Archimedes calculator

Davis Drug

Lipp Man of Nursing Procedures

Harriet Lane Peds

Psych Notes

OBGYN Notes

Lab Manual

Drug formulary

Drug Interactions

EZ ECG

Nursing Assessment

Nursing Diagnosis

I also have NCLEX programs loaded

The only book I have to take to clinicals in my Tabers...although that is available for PDA also.

JDCitizen

708 Posts

As an APN in a nephrology practice who works PT in the ER, this is what I have:

ePocrates Pro

Neph guide (give renal dosing)

ER Suite

a billing program

an ICD-9 program

RescueSpanish - quick translation guide.

Have any additional information on these?

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