Harriet S.MeyerMD, Contributing EditorJonathan D.EldredgeMLS, PhD, Journal Review EditorRobertHoganMD, adviser for new media
edited by Peter Rosen, also includes Mosby's GenRx, Drug Master Plus, andPatient GenRx; one CD-ROM for 486 or Pentium PC with Windows 95, 98, NT; 16 MB RAM minimum; 30 MB free hard disk space minimum; 2x or faster CD-ROM drive; 640 x 480 monitor with thousands of color or better and 28.8 or faster modem for optional Internet access; $255, GenRx portion $350 with free updates; Drug Master Plus $99 per year or $150 by subscription with quarterly updates; Patient GenRx $99; ISBN 032-300-4628; designed for use with Netscape 4.04, which is included with this disk (Internet connection not needed); St Louis, Mo, Mosby, 1998.
The Emergency Medicine CD-ROM produced by Mosby consists of four parts: the CD edition of Rosen and Barkin's Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice; GenRx, an electronic database of information on more than 1700 generic drugs; Drug Master Plus Interactions, providing information on compatibility of selected drugs; and Patient GenRx, which produces handouts for patients on prescribed drugs. GenRx, Drug Master Plus, and Patient GenRx are also available in print and on the Internet. These three programs are free for 30 days, after which they must be purchased, with updates available at an additional charge.
Emergency MedicineEmergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice CD. JAMA. 1999;282(12):1193-1194. doi:10.1001/jama.282.12.1193-JBK0922-4-1