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Its a great app for my profession. Its everything all i need except for the medline part that you cannot use it to search topics
stephenalsay on Aug 16, 2010 for Anesthesia Central
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Excellent. Best anesthesia reference by far
dysonian on Apr 5, 2010 for Anesthesia Central
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Simply Phenomenal
I bought this just a couple days ago. I am a student and am about to start clinical and just knew I needed it to be a step ahead of the game! I have been reviewing it at home and it has every bit of information needed for anesthesia and much much more! Worth every penny! I will tell all my fellow students about this.
AdamSRNA on Mar 22, 2010 for Anesthesia Central
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what i tell you ? buy it immediately. a must have
orlandogmp on Feb 15, 2010 for Anesthesia Central
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Anesthesia Central
Exceptional program. I use it daily as a CRNA, and the iphone interface is outstanding. The included Davis drug guide is the best I have found, lightyears ahead of epocrates. I love that all the information is peer reviewed and authored.People need to read the app. description... yes you have to pay, but it is worth every penny.
T.Bake on Feb 15, 2010 for Anesthesia Central
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Don't be fooled...
Don't be fooled by early ratings. Without a subscription, you won't see any content, so people may have expected "something for nothing." This is quality reference material for anybody practicing in anesthesiology. While I initially subscribed to "Anesthesia Central" for my Treo phone, I was disappointed that an on device app had not been available when I jumped to the iPhone. That is, until now. When I downloaded and signed into the app, a current copy of Anesthesia Central was downloaded. This occurred in spit of the fact that my subscription had expired long ago. This bears repeating... Even if your subscription is expired, you are entitled to have the content on the one device of your choice. Of course, there will be no content updating without a current subscription. In terms of content, it is presented either in portrait or landscape in an easy to read font and you latest position is saved when exiting and relaunching the app. My only "complaint" is that I would like to see a reduced rate for yearly subscriptions... It seems excessive to have to pay $150 each year just to keep current, especially as there is no scheduled update cycle. And yes, I am aware that web access is included in the subscription. $150 is very reasonable for an initial fee, but continuous yearly subscriptions should be offered at a reduced rate. Are you listening Unbound Medicine?
sboydman on Jan 21, 2010 for Anesthesia Central
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