USMLE Pharmacology Flashcards

USMLE Pharmacology Flashcards

By Higher Learning Technologies

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2014-02-26
  • Current Version: 6.8.4625
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 125.98 MB
  • Developer: Higher Learning Technologies
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 57 Ratings


With these Pharmacology Flashcards in your toolkit, preparing for the USMLE or pharmacology boards will be a breeze! As life rushes by, optimize your preparation time by using this powerful resource anywhere, anytime. Great for last-minute studying on clinical rotations, this is the perfect tool to have at your fingertips. Organized into 11 major topics, each flashcard provides a rigorous review of key pharmacological concepts. Within each category there is a selection of clinical vignettes requiring the application of textbook knowledge to real-life scenarios. Each vignette covers a specific disease or drug with high-yield facts in italics. Install the free version today and jump start your studying! We have provided a limited free version of the app that you can try before deciding to upgrade. This version includes a limited amount of practice questions and basic progress metrics. Subscribe today and get access to: · Anti-Bacterial Agents · Adrenergic Agents · Cholinergic Agents · Central Nervous System Agents · Cardiovascular Agents · Hematologic Agents · Endocrine and Metabolic Agents · Gastrointestinal Agents · Anti-Neoplastic Agents · Anti-Inflammatory Agents · General Pharmacology Principles Written by medical students at Yale University, the information included in this resource are not only relevant, but presented in a clear and concise manner. With each prototypic drug introduced by a clinical vignette, you will be forced to think in terms of patient care instead of relying upon rote memorization. Overall, Pharmacology Flashcards by LANGE offers an intense, streamlined review in the days and weeks before your exam. About the Authors: Suzanne J Baron, is a medical student at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Christoph Lee, is a medical student at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Get access to all questions when you subscribe: • 1 Month: one auto-renewing payment of $9.99 • 12 Months: one auto-renewing payment of $39.99 This app offers two auto-renewing subscription options to help you pass your exam. -Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase -Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period -Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal -Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase -Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence. Our Customer Success Team is available from 9am to 5pm, Monday - Friday (except on major holidays). Call us at 319-246-5271 and email us at with any questions. Privacy Policy - Terms of Conditions -



  • Almost no help for medical students

    By Ghanna02
    After buying this over the summer thinking it would help me get a head start and give me extra practice for 2nd year med school/step studying, this app has almost no drugs compared to what we need to know. The number of questions available is pretty terrible too. Wish I could get my money back, but if you’re looking for ways to get ahead or master drugs, programs like SketchyMedical, UWorld, and RX (First Aid’s question set) is way more worth your money.
  • Terrible

    By Elle472892
    The update is terrible! How do I switch back to the previous version?
  • App is dull.

    By Isasardar
    This could've been good and useful. But priced at almost 35$ for a rigid and dull app transcribed from Lange flashcards pharmacology is wrong. The entitled Yale students thought they could make easy money.
  • Good app but hard to see italics

    By MedStudent18
    The app is helpful but its hard to see which words are italicized. I would recommend that the developers bold the high yield facts like they are in the hard copy flash cards
  • Step1

    By Mulehareb
    Use this and only this for step one and did well . All your high yield drugs are on this app along with mechanism and contraindication
  • Search option

    By bigkid31
    This app would be so much better if a search option was available.
  • App q

    By VitaminSee
    Hey I bought the physical cards at barnes is there a way to get full access to the app?
  • Follow up

    By Mista Em
    Hi this is from the developer. We have not seen the problems you've described. You can arrange decks into three groups using the "flashcard boxes" study mode. The app *does* save state between sessions. We would be happy to help you if you contact our support email. Thanks...
  • Good material, poor execution

    By Mantan Misi Indonesia
    I'm a 2nd year medical student. I thought this would come in handy. It has almost all of the drugs I've needed. It has a few good study features like the multi-sided flash card feature. However, there are enough negatives that I almost never use this app. You can't organize your own decks, the app does not keep track of your study progress from one session to the next. I have to start from scratch every time I open this app to find the cards I want. I have to scroll through the cards one at a time to find ones I want. The scrolling is kind of choppy/tedious which leads to more time wasted. If this app was like some of the other flashcard apps I might actually use it, the restriction to personalizing the cards you want has resulted in me never using this app. All of this being said, this app should be priced at 99cents. I still wouldn't use it even if it were. It was hard for me to get an accurate picture of the real app when I used the free version. Like I said though, it does have a good number of drugs, the case presentations are good and the info is pretty thorough. This is all moot though, due to the lack of customization and 'memory'.
  • Pretty good

    By younghm
    Using them for med school / board prep. My roommate has the paper version of these. I thought the app would be a little more convenient. I agree the user interface could be updated- especially if you want quiz mode. Otherwise it's straight forward/ easy to use and covers most of the drugs. My only complaint is the screen is very sensitive- often when I'm scrolling to see the rest of the question the card flips. Whoops- now I know the answer before I even read the question. Should be an easy fix IMO