New McGraw-Hill Technology Answers Medical Questions on the Go
With new content from the same team of physicians who developed Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, a division of McGraw-Hill’s Web-based AccessMedicine network, Harrison’s Practice contains concise information on diagnosis and management for the most common medical conditions, with continuous updates.
Users can scan information quickly to find the most succinct, critical answers to deliver optimal patient care. For more in-depth information on pathophysiology, users have access to Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. "Harrison’s Practice is the next generation Harrison’s tool for today’s busy students, residents, and physicians who need answers on demand delivered to the desktop, PDA, or via wireless devices like the Blackberry or the Treo," Michael Hays, vice president of McGraw-Hill Professional’s Digital group, said in a statement.
The online reference tool includes fully integrated, detailed information on more than 51,000 brand name and generic drugs including pill photos and patient handouts in Spanish and English. In addition, hyperlinks throughout Harrison’s Practice enable quick access to the primary literature via PubMed. For more information visit http://www.HarrisonsPractice.com.