PEPID


Emergency Departments

 

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Case Study: Read how PEPID improves patient care, increases efficiency and standardizes care across 107 emergency departments in Quebec.












Trusted and used in emergency rooms around the world since 1994, PEPID covers the full spectrum of emergency medicine and is written specifically for the fast-paced environment of emergency medicine. PEPID gives you everything you need to make accurate decisions quickly, covering everything from a differential diagnosis generator to pinpoint the cause of a patient's symptoms, to a complete toxicology reference, comprehensive drug database, drug interactions checker, dosing calculators, emergency protocols, algorithms, assessments, illustrations and much more!

Giving all emergency physicians, nurses and pharmacists access to our cost-effective resources optimizes patient care, safety, efficiency and costs, and reduces adverse drug events – contributing to your department’s bottom line.

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PEPID for Emergency Departments

OnlineOnline
Emergency physicians, nurses and pharmacists can have unlimited access to PEPID Online from any PC, Mac or laptop computer. Our content and tools are automatically updated regularly, so you can rest assure the information clinicians are accessing is always current. [more]


Integration
Mobile

Make the information your emergency staff rely on as mobile as they are with PEPID mobile solutions. A leader in mobile technology, PEPID can be used on any smartphone or PDA device, making clinical decision support available wherever, or whenever it’s needed. [more]

Integration
System Integration
Enhance your EDIS or web portal with clinical and drug information to improve the quality and flow of information available to clinicians. PEPID gives developers the functionality to use our information in a way that best suits the needs of emergency department staff – without long development cycles or complex system implementation. [more]