The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide now available for Android, let the party begin

I received an email recently notifying me of the availability of The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide for the Android OS. I remember using the Hopkins ABX guide on my Palm Pilot many years ago. The website has always been a great source of information and having it in a mobile platform is great, especially for pharmacists.

According to the email I received from the USBMIS Development Team: “The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide for Android continues to provide current, authoritative, comprehensive information on anti-microbial agents, infectious diseases, and commonly-encountered pathogens in one portable volume. Written by experts at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, this must-have resource features expert recommendations, clinical anddiagnostic decision-making tools, and drug-to-drug interactions. Concise, thorough, and current, The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide, Mobile Edition is designed for quick reference and comprehension. Information is featured in an easy-to-access format that facilitates rapid application of knowledge at the point of care.”

Click this link on your Android device or simply scan the QR-Code to the right to download The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide. The application used to be free, but now it’ll lighten your pockets a bit with a $25 price tag.

3 thoughts on “The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide now available for Android, let the party begin”

  1. Can the lJohns Hopkins” antibiotic guide be downloaded to palm pilots? It used to be free to download.

  2. Hi Gordon –
    Once upon a time the Johns Hopkins Abx Guide was available for the original Palm Pilot. According to the website (http://www.hopkinsguides.com/hopkins/ub) it’s available for the following devices/operating systems and no longer appears to be free. Too bad really, as it was a nice app.

    Apple’s iOS (iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad™)
    BlackBerry®
    Androidâ„¢
    Windows Phone® devices

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