Harrison's Manual of Medicine

Harrison's Manual of Medicine

By Unbound Medicine, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2009-05-22
  • Current Version: 1.14
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 15.16 MB
  • Developer: Unbound Medicine, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 455 Ratings


** PLEASE NOTE: Application requires a current paid subscription to the online Harrison’s Manual of Medicine service. ** Derived from the best-selling internal medicine reference in the world, Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, this popular reference delivers fast, to-the-point guidance on the clinical problems seen in everyday practice. Harrison’s Manual of Medicine focuses on diagnosis and therapy with an emphasis on patient care. It offers high-yield coverage of etiology, signs and symptoms, physical examination, laboratory findings, and practice guidelines. The updated 19th Edition has been closely reviewed and contains substantial updates and revisions to existing chapters along with the addition of appropriate new chapters. Harrison’s Manual of Medicine for Mobile + Web features: • New 19th edition with hundreds of new and revised chapters • Full-color graphics, tables, and charts • Highlight and make notes within any entry • Detailed diagnostic guidelines • Up-to-date treatment recommendations • Improved index for easier navigation on your device • Universal Index Search to find topics quickly across all indexes • ‘Favorites’ for bookmarking important entries Editors: Dan L. Longo, MD; Anthony S. Fauci, MD; Dennis L. Kasper, MD; Stephen L. Hauser, MD; J. Larry Jameson, MD, PhD; Joseph Loscalzo, MD, PhD Publisher: McGraw Hill Powered by: Unbound Medicine How It Works: ___________ Current Harrison’s Manual of Medicine for Mobile + Web subscribers: •Install the application to your device. •Open the application and enter your Harrison’s Manual of Medicine for Mobile + Web username and password, then tap “Login.” •The latest Harrison’s Manual of Medicine content will be downloaded to your devices over your wireless connection. If you are a new user and interested in learning more about Harrison’s Manual of Medicine, please visit the Unbound Medicine website.



  • Good

    By assbot9000
    Doesn't have everything but it's an abridged version with major stuff
  • KSA

    By N0j00d
  • Harrison's

    By cucua
    Poor text context
  • Waste of Money

    By Close 2 Langely VA
    Search function is horrible. Useless to use on the wards. No info on practical treatment of diseases, only generalities. Totally uncomparable with pocket version of Harrissons'.
  • MD

    By Vicdializ
  • Needs improvement

    By Piptheta
    Some diseases only have tables
  • stuart in norfolk

    By ridgemom
    This is helpful for the quick review of things that are updated or things that you have not seen for a while or even considered in your differential. It was not an in depth view of most things but it helps when you don't want to lug out the 20 pound text. Easy transfer to my new phone from old and appreciate that.
  • Needs improvement

    By Another med intern
    Another reviewer already mentioned the problem with the figures. This is the first application I have purchased for iPhone that would allow viewing of the figures. I wasted a great deal of money on others only to find that they required flash players. The information in this tool is useful but it is always better to see what they are talking about. It's too bad they did not take advantage of the touch screen size control of the iPhone. I think all the one star reviews are from people who do not know how expensive reference books are. This is not a toy. If they can improve the figures and maintain the quality of information, I will continue my subscription indefinitely.
  • Please include INDEX

    By HyperGoku
    Please include an index as well as a better search function. It's very tough to find many conditions without a proper index like in the hard copy text.
  • needs MAJOR improvements

    By theslant
    first of all, this is not the same as the electronic version of harrison's that i have access to through my medical school library. it is much briefer, and there are topics that are not even covered at all. i was hoping to essentially have the entire textbook on my iPhone - that was well worth $60. but instead, where there is a page on the electronic version, there is a paragraph at best on the mobile version. second, the search function is awful. half of the topics i type in for search never even register. for example, this morning i wanted to read about PCOS. so i typed in "PCOS" and "Polycystic Ovarian ..." neither one brought back a result. "Vitiligo" brings back nothing. Ditto "Graves disease" major improvement is necessary.