PEPID has released a new iPhone application designed to assist non-clinical laymen with medical issues, including information on drug interactions, first aid during an emergency, and other tools with quick access to what’s important.
Features from the product page:
A comprehensive resource covering a spectrum of topics, from emergency situations to caring for family illnesses and injuries.
Tips on how to keep your family safe, prevent injury and prepare for situations that may arise unexpectedly.
High-resolution images covering human anatomy, poisonous plants and animals, as well as preventative and procedural techniques such as basic life support.
A medications database which includes information about the storage, potential side effects and even the overdose management of your medications.
A user-friendly tool for checking medication, herbal and food combinations for potentially harmful or dangerous interactions.
Metric conversion and medical calculators, including calculators for everything from body mass index and ideal weight, to the expected delivery date of your baby.
Other features include a medical and legal reference for topics such as living wills and patient bill of rights; a test results section containing information on common blood and screening tests; and a records tool for storing family information.
Product page: PocketDoc…