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Epocrates' Clinical Application Available on Smartphones

October 22, 2009
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San Mateo, Calif.-based Epocrates, Inc.’s clinical software suite, Epocrates Essentials, is now available for BlackBerry smartphones from Research In Motion (RIM, Ontario), a developer of wireless solutions.

Epocrates’ software is used at the point of care to support clinical decisions from diagnosis to treatment, says the company. Among the new content included in the enhanced Epocrates Essentials suite is a listing of peer-reviewed disease topics developed in conjunction with the BMJ Group, diagnostic and laboratory tests, and an infectious disease treatment guide with empiric and specific treatment recommendations, it says.

The application can also be downloaded to Palm, Windows Mobile, iPhone and iPod touch devices.



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