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Medicine
  • Author:
    Leonard L Lance Rph Bspharm
  • ISBN:
    0781753945
  • ISBN13:
    978-0781753944
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  • Publisher:
    Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; Revised ed. edition (March 1, 2005)
  • Pages:
    960 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine
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    1914 kb
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    1663 kb
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    4.8
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The CD-ROM has full-color images of the top 200 prescribed drugs for super-fast reference.

The CD-ROM has full-color images of the top 200 prescribed drugs for super-fast reference.

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I purchased this book mainly because it contained the pronunciations while other drug reference books did no.

I purchased this book mainly because it contained the pronunciations while other drug reference books did not. I feel I could not have chosen more wisely! I have used, used, studied, and re-used this book. I love it and have learned much. I have bought this drug book for years and years as I have used it in my job as a medical transcriptionist and found it to be the best drug book around. I also use it at home. One person found this helpful.

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Release Date:February 2005. Publisher:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Quick Look Electronic Drug Reference 2005 is one of the most comprehensive electronic drug guides on the market. Provides comprehensive information on dosage and dosage forms, brand names and synonyms, and usage. Release Date:February 2005.

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The new edition provides quick access to thousands of drug names. Designed for medical language specialists and related health professionals, each main entry includes generic name, pronunciation guide, brand names, synonyms, therapeutic category, use, usual dosage and dosage forms. Drugs are listed alphabetically and are extensively cross-referenced; the reference section consists of 16 appendices. The Indication/Therapeutic Category Index is a unique feature that allows the user to look up a medical condition to see what drugs are used for treatment. Updated information is included for 2004 drugs. The CD-ROM has full-color images of the top 200 prescribed drugs for super-fast reference.

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Although I have bought many QLDB and QLEDR products in the past, I am not very happy with this current edition. It has many glitches and although customer service tried very hard to help me out, they were at a loss, too. I also don't like that they didn't include the dosages in this edition like they have in the past. I found that information very useful and really miss it. I hope they take a little more time in future editions to work out potential software issues before releasing it to the public.
Hatе&love
If you're a transcriptionist, yearly updates on drugs is a must.
Unh
I have the 2003 electronic version and was happy with it, but felt it was time for an update. Plus, the 2003 version keeps freezing up if your Windows XP gets updated to Service Pack 3. Of course there is no patch offered because they prefer you shell out more $$$ and buy the newer version.

First problem: You install the software and it requires you to obtain a "key" in order to complete installation. Unlike most software that contains the key (a series of numbers you have to input) inside the box with the software, you have to either go online to their website, email them or call them to obtain the key. Well, the website link doesn't work, they won't fix it and they have no plans to fix it. The second choice, emailing, requires that you give them lots of "required" information before you can send off the email, such as your physical address, name, phone number, etc. That information is none of their darn business and should not be a prerequisite for using any company's software. And of course, they state it will take 24 to 48 hours to get a reply. So the last choice, calling actually yielded a human being located in the U.S., but they are located on the east coast and close at 4pm EST. So if you are on the West Coast like me, you're screwed if you decided to install this in the afternoon and already deleted your old version.

Once you remember to call before a certain time, the customer service people are very professional and nice. BUT...

Second problem: Once I got the key (and they do start asking you for contact information, which you can decline and they don't give you a hard time about it) and input it, the software acted like I never inputed the key and kept asking for it. I get a hold of their technical support and am informed that the software is "stuck in a loop", which must have happened to A LOT of people, because they had a patch to fix it and will email to you. Of course this necessitates you handling over your email address to them because they refuse to post the patch on their website for people to download (which is standard operating procedure for most software fixes).

Third problem: If you decided you don't trust installing this patch of theirs because you're suspicious it might cause further issues on your computer and want to delete all traces of the software from your computer and try reinstalling it from scratch, guess what? You will have to call/email them AGAIN for a new key and go through this whole thing all over again.

Fourth problem: This is minor, but still an issue. Although this clearly states it is a single user license, which I have no problem with, the agreement is for only ONE computer. I am self-employed and there is no way I would have my work software solely on one computer. One good crash could knock you out for days. Most people who work from home have a desktop and a laptop so they can travel and still work and also to not lose any income if one computer does crash. However, like I said, this is minor. The customer service people were willing to give you an additional key to load it onto a second computer without much fuss.

I would not recommend this product, especially since they have a 2009 version out, which HOPEFULLY fixes all these annoying glitches. However, since I have no intention of finding that out the hard way, hopefully someone will do an in-depth review of the 2009 version. For me, I was so fed up that I uninstalled the 2008 version and am making do with the 2003 version, supplemented by going online and compiling my own new drugs list, off of some very helpful (and free) websites.
Faugami
I'm a former Saunder's fan, but when I saw this book I knew I had to have it! Being a new MT, it is helpful that the drugs listed also list their 'sound alike' names, as well as giving you an appendix in the back with diseases and drugs prescribed for them accordingly! :) It's an awesome book, and I'm a loyal Quick Look Drug Book fan! You won't be disappointed with your purchase.
Moonshaper
Great