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Been waiting for this app for a while now. Just started using it today and like what I've seen so far. Will update review if anything changes...but a solid 5 stars at this point.
WiseERman on Apr 5, 2013 for Guideline Central
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finally, a real guidelines app
been waiting a long time for a searchable clinical practice guidelines app with robust content selection. Counted approx. 2,600+ brief guideline summaries plus about 40-50 brief algorithmic society authored decision-support guideline tools in the catalog section. Guidelines appear to be up to date. Cool wave tool bar -surf's up, dude!
ID Doc on Apr 5, 2013 for Guideline Central
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Good app, needs iPad version
App is well designed, could use some performance enhancements as its a bit slow. Overall strong reference point. Now we just need an iPas version!
Esha0068 on Apr 5, 2013 for Guideline Central
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Very good resource
Have seen and used the hep c pocketcards from igc before. Was curious when loking up MRSA and came across this app - appears to be very handy in the initial use. Using the free access i could get to some 1000+ advvanced nursing guidelines. It is fast and convenient as compared to the ngc website that I used..search and navigation is good on my ipad1.
BiPat617 on Apr 5, 2013 for Guideline Central
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Nice job!
Very useful! Don't have to carry pocket cards with me! Good big lot of guidelines. What I need to carry is just my iPhone
AndyMD22 on Apr 5, 2013 for Guideline Central
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Wow! What great content
This little app really packs a punch! Not only does it offer the quick reference digital pocket cards, but the free guideline summaries section is a wonderful, easy to search, tool.
Kristie Rhymer on Apr 5, 2013 for Guideline Central
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