The MPR App is your all-in-one drug information resource accessible anytime, anywhere. The 30th Anniversary Edition of the MPR App provides the concise point-of-care prescribing information trusted by more than 800,000 healthcare professionals and features time-saving tools that allow you to quickly make better prescribing decisions.
• Prescribing information for over 4,300 Rx and OTC products, organized by therapeutic area and disease/condition
• Quick Search function for drug information by brand name, generic name, disease/condition, or company
• Curated daily news on drug therapy and hot topics in medicine, customizable to your scope of practice
• Breaking news notifications on safety alerts & recalls related to your practice
• Automatic, real-time updates to prescribing information & news for FREE
• 150+ clinical charts for quick product comparisons as well as treatment algorithms and guidelines
• 100+ medical calculators that simplify complex formulas, scores, and classifications
• Favorites feature for easy access to your most frequently used info and tools
• No Internet connection needed to access prescribing information and tools!
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Ratings and Reviews
Best Pharmacology App Thus Far
I am a Pharmacy Technician currently studying to take the PTCE, so I’m doing a lot of studying, making a lot of Quizlet flash cards. I’ve searched high and low for a good Pharmacy app that gives the accurate indication as well as the proper class name. So many of the apps (and even my textbook) will, for example, say a cholesterol medication’s class is antihyperlipidemic or it will say which isn’t necessarily wrong, but I’m looking for the class HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitor (or Statin) and this is the only app I’ve found that gives that class. I love how it’s the very first thing listed in italics and the generic name follows.
I have a few suggestions on how to make the app even better. The first is: I would love it if there were images of what the pills look like! Second: proper capitalization. The brand name should be capitalized (which it is) but the generic name should not be. Also, the first letter of each part of the class name should be capitalized. It should not read Leukotriene receptor antagonist, but Leukotriene Receptor Antagonist. It’s a small, nit-picky thing, but it kind of bothered me a bit. Other than those two things, it’s a great app and I would definitely recommend it.
This app is wonderful!!! Saves time, pull it out and look up the drug, instead of going through the different screens to get to clinical info.
Pharmacy bonus: favor on most oral suspension s
Easy to use. Updates frequently. As a NP, I recommend this to all my students and co-workers.
- Haymarket Media Inc
- 99.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2018, Haymarket Media, www.empr.com
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.