Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR) now available for the iPhone and iPod touch

Here are the details:  
We are pleased to announce that MPR – the most widely used drug reference by clinicians – is now available as a free APP for the iPhone and iPod touch. The MPR drug database is also available for free for BlackBerry, Palm, and Microsoft Mobile devices, as well as desktop and laptop computers running Microsoft XP and Microsoft Vista (

For 25 years, you and your peers have relied on the print editions of MPR to deliver up-to-date, concise drug information at the point-of-care. Now the exact same drug information is available for the iPhone and iPod touch.

The MPR iPhone and iPod touch Application delivers:
  • Over 4,000 up-to-date drug monographs accessible by therapeutic category, brand name, generic name, disease, or manufacturer
  • Monographs for both prescription and OTC drugs
  • Continuously updated Drug News, Alerts, and Pipeline
  • Prescribing Notes for each disease state
  • Over 30+ clinical calculators
  • … And many more clinical tools!
To download MPR, visit the MPR App at the iTunes store now.

We hope that you find this free application useful in your daily practice!
Nothing beats a free app!
Click here to visit the Customer Support Center provided by USBMIS.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for all of the great information! In this day and age various doctors are benefiting from the internet to conduct web consultations. E-prescribing is more accurate and safer than traditional hand written scripts. No more handwriting errors and when you e-prescribe you don’t have to worry about drug interactions or allergies because all your information is in the system. Web Prescribing is a great way to get online and get the prescriptions that you need! Just a recommendation, try out DrFirst and what their e-prescribing website offers.