Drug Pronunciations

Drug Pronunciations

By Hipposoft, LLC

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2009-05-12
  • Current Version: 4.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 38.07 MB
  • Developer: Hipposoft, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 121 Ratings

Description

**Drug Pronunciations: Over 2500+ drug pronunciations at your fingertips!!** ---------------------------------------------------- “Medical Drug Pronunciations” is a simple application that will play back audio of the correct pronunciations of over 2500 drugs used in medicine today (which includes the top 200 drugs) First impressions are everything, and nothing screams out inexperience and incompetence like butchering the pronunciation of drugs! Be confident when pronouncing drugs by knowing how to pronounce them properly beforehand. Physicians, pharmacists, medical students, nursing students, physician assistants, medical techs, pre-med students, foreign health professionals… Virtually anyone in, or interested in the health professional field will benefit from our application! ---------------------------------------------------- HIGHLIGHTS: -Accurate audio pronunciations of 2500+ drugs including both generic and trade names (verified by physicians and pharmacists). -Simple, easy to use, intuitive interface. -Internet access is NOT necessary to listen to the pronunciations! -Continuous FREE updates for new drugs and user suggested drugs. -Integrated web browser with direct links to wikipedia and google for additional drug information ---------------------------------------------------- INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Browse the selection or enter the drug of interest in the search field to narrow your list. 2. Select your drug and press PLAY. It’s that simple! 3. To listen again press “Back” and select your drug again. 4. For additional drug information, select the “Google” or “Wikipedia” buttons to open an integrated browser. 5. If your drug is not listed, submit the word through the provided submission page and we promise to include it in future updates! ---------------------------------------------------- OUR PROMISE OF QUALITY We always strive to deliver the highest quality products and although we are very confident in the accuracy of our pronunciations, everyone makes mistakes! If you find a drug pronunciation that you disagree with, please let us know via email (contactus@medicalpronunciations.com) and we’ll be happy to look into it. Thank you! ---------------------------------------------------- HIPPOSOFT PRODUCTS Check out our website for medical pronunciation access from your home computer! www.medicalpronunciations.com Future Hipposoft applications: Medical Anatomy Pronunciations

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Reviews

  • Unhappy

    1
    By Tihsllub
    Bought this app for audio pronouncing of medication and there is no audio. Don't buy
  • Is anyone listening?

    1
    By !!!!???X3
    This app is not worth $2.99! Developer has not updated app in 2 years and does not respond to questions, reviews, or requests to add new drugs! I suggest trying the free app Howjsay or using google!
  • App is not working -Need refund

    1
    By ppp916
    After reading the review I purchased the app. Pronunciation function is not working. App support is no where to be found- when click on app support it goes to Facebook instead. They don't make it easy. You call this an pronunciation app and the key function is just not working, period. I want my money back!
  • A good app that could be improved

    4
    By jkelly6620
    I just bought the app and it was well worth the $2.99. There is an annoying click when a drug is selected. They could eliminate that to improve the app.
  • MD

    4
    By Practicing doc
    Great app until I upgraded to IPhone 6 and it became mute. Looking forward to a quick bug fix
  • Nice, but not altogether accurate.

    3
    By Sonoranwoman
    Nice to have drug pronunciations at your fingertips, particular the multisyllabic ones that you’re just not sure about. That said, some of the pronunciations are wrong. The benzodiazepines, for example. Diazepam is pronounced di AZE e pam. Those in the know know this. But all in all, it’s worth the small price.
  • I like it!

    5
    By (Chee)
    I like it.
  • Needs update for frequently

    2
    By KitKat3042011
    Many new drugs are on market for a while but still dont have in apps.
  • Great app

    5
    By Hamtorypark
    Helped me to improve my pronunciation.
  • Works well

    3
    By rweqrew
    Works well for the drugs it has. Would be nice to have an idea how often the list is updated, no app updates in over a year does not seem promising. I wonder if the people who say it doesn't have sound have left their phones in vibrate mode as it doesn't work then for some reason.

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