PEPID

AcronymDefinition
PEPIDPortable Emergency Physician Information Database
PEPIDPalmtop Emergency Physician Information Database
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8220;I am pleased to have them on board as PEPID continues its mission to improve patient care and reduce medication errors around the world.
PEPID ONS is an electronic, point-of-care reference tool, designed in conjunction with ONS, to enable oncology nurses to quickly access critical reference information.
The same menuing system previously used by physicians and nurses to check messages, schedule appointments and read email can now be used to instantly navigate critical medical, clinical and pharmacological information in PEPID.
Now, EMR, eMAR and EHR systems can rely on PEPID to deliver one of the healthcare industry's most trusted sources of drug information,” says John Wagner, PEPID president.
This new format will allow users to quickly download information found on PEPID CD-ROMs to their Palm OS and Pocket PC PDAs or to their PC.
PEPID recently conducted a beta program for the application, and had an overwhelming response as the application was widely praised and accepted by testers.
Azithromycin was not recommended in any of the frequently updated and well-referenced electronic knowledge resources that we regularly consult (UpToDate, (13) DynaMed, (2) PEPID PCP (14)), nor was it mentioned in the Centers for Disease Control's Recommendation for Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
PEPID LLC, the premier developer of handheld decision support tools for the medical community, today announced that they are expanding to larger office spaces in downtown Chicago due to the company's exponential growth.
6) Dynamed, PEPID PCP, and UpToDate all cite CDC guidelines.
PEPID LLC, the premier developer of handheld decision support tools for the medical community, today announced that its proprietary product, PEPID ED, will be used by the entire fleet of Holland America Line and Windstar Cruises to assist ship doctors in providing optimal medical care for patients.
PEPID was also cited as the most useful program across all years of medical education and was therefore the most frequently consulted.
PEPID, LLC, the premier developer of handheld decision support tools for the medical community, announced today that Ken Daubenspeck would be assuming the position of Chief Executive Officer.