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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2009

Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy 2009 |
For over 37 years The Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy has set the standard for antimicrobial references. The Sanford Guide is widely respected across the world, and has helped thousands of physicians, and millions of patients with accurate and important information. The complete contents of The Sanford Guide has been available on Palm and Pocket PCs for 8 years now. Each year the PDA Edition of The Sanford Guide improves on itself with new features, and better organization of the content for use on PDA devices.

The Palm and Pocket PC editions of the Sanford Guide to Antimicrobial Therapy contain the entire content of the print edition:
all tables, references, footnotes and the complete index. Nothing has been eliminated.
Table numbering is the same as found in the book and there are numerous internal references on the PDA with corresponding page numbers from the book.

Of necessity, the format has been adapted to best display information on the Palm or Pocket PC screen.

The Sanford Guide uses the patent pending Dynamic Hierarchy and Dual Window Display technologies for this purpose.

As a result, not only is there new functionality incorporated on the PDA editions;
but at the same time the look and feel of the Sanford Guide in print are preserved on the PDA editions as well.

And like the print editions, the PDA editions will be fully updated annually.

- Initial Choice of Therapy (Antibacterial)
- Recommended Antibacterial Agents
- Duration of Therapy
- Spectra of Activity
- Highly Resistant Bacteria
- Management of Community-Associated MRSA
- Pharmacology
- Antibacterial Drugs, Dosages, Side Effects
- Antifungal Therapy
- Antimycobacterial Therapy
- Antiparasitic Therapy
- Antiviral Therapy
- Antiretroviral Therapy (HIV/AIDS)
- Antimicrobial Prophylaxis
- Pediatric Dosages
- Renal, Hepatic Impairment
- Immunization
- Directory of Resources
- Drug-Drug Interactions
- Generic & Trade Names

Requirements : Windows Mobile 2003 or higher. Up to 12MB of available memory (After installation, only 6MB will be required)