Pharmaceutical drugs can be misused by mistake as its hard to remember the names, the uses, and the dosage. It’s also not an easy task to approach the doctor every time you need information of a specific drug. Well, if you have an iPhone or an Android phone, you can study about the drug you would like to with ease.
Drugs Dictionary, an app available on the App Store and the Play Store can help you with all your pharmaceutical drug needs. The app can be thought of as a digital “medical handbook” which contains data on how to use the drug, side effects, dosage, precautions, drug interactions, [what happens if you] miss the dosage, and how to store the drug.
It’s considered as the “best app” by many smartphone users for its vast information center. The app also works offline, enabled by the offline search drug index. The smartphone is like a pocket dictionary and taking the cue, Drugs Dictionary thinks of itself as “a pocket drug dictionary”.
The app makers stress on the importance they paid to the UI by keeping things simple; in their own words “very friendly and beautiful interface”. The makers also refer to their app as “Drugs Encyclopedia” as it contains all data pertaining to (pharmaceutical) drugs.
Also, next time you are planning to buy pharmaceutical drugs, do take a look at Canada Drugs which is one of the global leaders when it comes to selling prescribed drugs at an affordable price. The Canadian pharmacy started all the way back in 2001 and since then, it has taken over 7 million orders of prescribed drugs.
In the pharmacy’s words, it has generated 7 million smiles; the pharmacy stresses more on helping people with their (pharmaceutical) needs than generating revenue. The chain has a worldwide reach; its able to sell drugs at a cheaper price even outside of Canada with the help of its international partners.