‘FDA Drugs’ App for Android Released
Mobile app maker SigmaPhone has announced the release the ‘FDA Drugs’ app for Android. Designed to help medical professionals make decisions quicker and confidently, the app contains built-in official information for a whole host of products approved by the US FDA.Â This includes 141 therapeutic biologicals, 13,442 prescription and 526 over-the-counter human drug products. Â
FDA Drugs offers a complete list of FDA approved drugs, including ingredient, dosage, form, market status and more.Â If such a thing exists, it will also list therapeutic equivalents and/or official package inserts for the products helping users find generic products for brand names.
The app can be purchased in the Android Market for $2.99 effective immediately.
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