Harriet Lane Handbook

Harriet Lane Handbook

By Unbound Medicine, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2011-09-13
  • Current Version: 1.15
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 15.67 MB
  • Developer: Unbound Medicine, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.58871
From 124 Ratings


** Your Go-To Pediatric Resource with Updated Drug Formulary ** ABOUT HARRIET LANE HANDBOOK Written by pediatric residents from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Harriet Lane Handbook is the authoritative pediatrics resource for interns, residents, and practitioners. Download this resource to review disease information or search figures, algorithms, tables, and charts. Check medication details in the new, fully-updated drug formulary which provides the standard in pediatric care. Quickly confirm diagnoses across a wide range of pediatric conditions and consult the most recent management recommendations, immunization schedules, procedures, and therapeutic guidelines specific to children ABOUT Prime PubMed Quickly search journal articles from the full PubMed database on your smartphone and tablet. Results contain abstracts, citations, and links to available full text articles that can be read on device and shared with classmates and colleagues. Additionally, Prime contains Grapherence™, an exclusive way to visually explore interrelationships and relevance in the medical literature. FEATURES • Details on hundreds of pediatric conditions • Drug formulary with dosing, side effects, interactions, special considerations, and more • Images, charts, algorithms, and tables • Management recommendations, immunization schedules, and therapeutic guidelines • Coverage of dermatology treatments, eczema complications, and lead poisoning • Full Text Search • Ability to highlight and make notes within any topic • Reference links to the medical literature through Prime • “Favorites” for bookmarking important entries Editors: Helen Hughes, MD, MPH; Lauren K. Kahl, MD Publisher: Elsevier Powered by: Unbound Medicine UPGRADE OPTION Add Davis’s Drug Guide to your Harriet Lane Handbook app. After purchase, you can easily add a 1-year subscription of the best-selling drug database trusted by thousands of healthcare professionals. Davis’s Drug Guide delivers frequently updated information on over 5,000 trade name and generic drugs. Each monograph, with its focus on safety, includes details on pharmacokinetics, dosing, side effects, interactions, assessment, and more. Your Davis’s Drug Guide subscription automatically renews annually unless auto-renew is turned off 24 hours prior to the conclusion of your current period. If you choose not to renew, you will continue to have access to the content, but will no longer receive updates. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged the current renewal rate ($39.99) within 24 hours prior to the end of the subscription period. This will ensure you receive all updates for the following year. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Unbound Privacy Policy: www.unboundmedicine.com/privacy Unbound Terms of Use: https://www.unboundmedicine.com/end_user_license_agreement



  • Can’t open

    By sduganneas
    I bought this app 2 years ago and they haven’t updated it so it won’t open after the IOS 11 update. I think they want us to shell out another $60.

    By Mav911911
    I have had many of their products in last few years at about 60 an app. iOS 11 comes along and they are the ONLY app publisher that didn’t update their product to work in iOS 11. Their solution - rebuy every app to the updated iOS app. I bought the standalone non subscription app to prevent downstream costs with a huge upfront cost. Egg on my face huh. Unbound had 2 years to update all their apps but chose to gouge their customer base!
  • Useful when accessible

    By Customer R
    Sometimes inaccessible with no wifi but very useful resource
  • Good content, bad outdated design

    By Abdulhameed I
    The app cost 55$, I have to have high expectations for the price. The contents of the book are good and handful for review. the search function is nice although it can be better. Now about what needs so much improvements. The resolution just fuzzy and ugly on my iPhone 6 plus (which unacceptable for such high price). The content orientation on the screen is bizarre, especially when a table appears, you scroll right and left on empty spaces just because a table filling in the middle. For the price I expect high level design and ease of use, which already free apps like medscape already provide. In Summary, good book, lousy app design.
  • Good content but waste of technology

    By Hemuparikh
    It's a book. But no cross reference or spelling recognition etc
  • Un confidence

    By Canayamd
    My experience with this company is not the best. It is again a problem opening the content. The slogan "confidence at your fingertips" has become untruth. Having access to medical information in reliable fashion is fundamental for the professional. As a physician, not being able to open the content consistently is frustrating. 2 weeks after the purchase, I am not able to open the content and look up a drugs in the formulary or open a chapter. Nothing opens. I had the same problem wit a different app in the past. I thought it was bad luck. The recurrence makes the "un confidence at my fingertips" slogan more realistic. Sad but true
  • Not great

    By InGine
    The information is good, obviously, but the app itself is put together poorly. It is very poorly formatted on the iPhone, with tables and figures being difficult to read. Search functionality is awful, basically only works for specific names of figures and entire chapters, not topics within each chapter. Too much money given the poorly formatted app. And of course, doesn't fit the entire screen on the iPhone 5.
  • The Harriet Lane Handbook

    By jnobleny
    Good for quick reference on the floors.
  • Harriet lane

    By Reciduleo
    Always good Some diseases are missing Some fluxograms are dificult to read Very good book for drugs and references Recomended
  • Very Good!

    By Slugnme
    I prefer it over the book!