Harrison's Manual of Medicine for PDA: Palm & Pocket PC

Harrison's Manual of Medicine for PDA: Palm & Pocket PC




Now this invaluable manual, powered by Unbound, is available for your Palm OS handheld device via a deliverable CD-ROM. Edited by the foremost practitioners in internal medicine the Harrison's Manual of Medicine features cutting edge technology and high-end medical content available within only two taps of your stylus.

Load the Harrison's Manual of Medicine from the CD-ROM directly to your handheld. Easy instructions are included.

Features Include:

  • QUICK ANSWER TECHNOLOGY- Get to the information you need with as little as 2 taps.
  • COMPREHENSIVE CONTENT- Hundreds of diseases/conditions are organized alphabetically using a convenient topic guide.
Using the alphabetic topic guide, you can link from hundreds of diseases to:

  • treatment summaries
  • differential diagnosis
  • clinical manifestations
  • practice guidelines
  • signs and symptoms
  • pathophysiology
  • lab findings


  • A handheld device with Palm OS 3.x or later with 1.2 MB of free memory
  • A PC with Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, ME, 2000, or XP
  • HotSync Manager (or equivalent), version 3.01 or above
  • Connection to the Internet

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780071431248
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Publication date: 05/22/2003
Series: Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine Ser.
Edition description: CD-Rom
Pages: 1000
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.56(d)

Table of Contents

Section I: Important Signs amd Symptoms. Section II: Medical Emergencies. Section III: Disorders of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Section IV: Dermatology. Section V: Nutrition. Section VI: Hematology And Oncology. Section VII: Infectious Diseases Section VIII: Cardiovascular Diseases. Section IX: Respiratory Diagnosis. Section X: Renal Diseases. Section XI: Gastrointestinal Diseases. Section XII: Allergy, Clinical Immunology, and Rheumatology. Section XIII: Endocrinology and Metabolism Section XIV: Neurology. Section XV: Psychiatric Disorders and Psychoactive Substance Use. Section XVI: Adverse Drug Reaction. Section XVII: Laboratory Use.

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