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News from PEPID

The most powerful drug interactions generator just got quicker

Evanston, IL � February 11, 2008 � Finding interactions between medications just became 200% faster with the new PEPID for BlackBerry� thick client Drug Interactions Generator (DIG).

The PEPID for BlackBerry thick client DIG has the performance of an application that is run directly from the device, drastically decreasing the time it takes to use the application.

�We are continuously improving our technology to make it faster and more readily available. The BlackBerry thick client DIG is another way we have improved our operation and speed,� says Executive Vice President, Ed Reynolds.

Healthcare professionals can simultaneously view effects of up to eight medications, herbals and food products on BlackBerry devices with the PEPID DIG.

Ingrid Wells
Director, Marketing

Developed by Mark Rosenbloom, MBA, MD, FACEP more than a decade ago, PEPID is now an innovative developer of the most comprehensive and fully integrated point-of-care medical information resources on the market. PEPID utilizes mobile and online technology to deliver clinical decision support resources specific for healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses, EMTs and students.

PEPID content is reviewed and contributed to by partners including the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, the National Association of Emergency Medical Services Educators, the Family Physician Inquiries Network, the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists, the Oncology Nursing Society, and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists to ensure content is of the highest quality.

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