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MPR (Monthly Prescribing Reference) Drug Database Available as a Free Application for the iPhone and iPod touch
Date:2/2/2010

NEW YORK, Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- 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 (www.empr.com/download).

The MPR delivers:

  • Over 4,000 up-to-date drug monographs organized by therapeutic category, brand name, generic name, disease, or manufacturer
  • Monographs for prescription and OTC drugs
  • Continuously updated Drug News, Safety Alerts and Recalls, Drugs in the Pipeline
  • Over 30 clinical calculators

For 25 years, medical professionals in the US 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 on the iPhone and iPod touch. The pharmacist-editors at MPR are dedicated to bringing the highest quality drug information to all clinicians, with the most powerful and flexible clinical decision support tools available.

"The MPR drug information was previously available for all Microsoft platforms, Blackberry and Palm," said Jim Pantaleo, Vice
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