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Book and Software Review
January 2004

The Wills Eye Hospital Manual and Drug Guide for PDA, 2nd ed

Author Affiliations
 

BARBARA A.BLODIMD

 

edited by R. Douglas Cullom, Jr, MD; Benjamin Chang, MD; Douglas J. Rhee, MD; Vincent A. Deramo, MD; CD-ROM requirements: Macintosh: operating system 7 or higher with 20 MB of free hard disk space; Windows: 95/98/NT ME/2000/XP, 20 MB of free hard disk space; documentation: $69.95, ISBN 0-7817-4205-6, Philadelphia, Pa, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2002.

Arch Ophthalmol. 2004;122(1):134. doi:10.1001/archopht.122.1.134-a

Many an ophthalmologist has sought guidance from the practical, user-friendly pages of The Wills Eye Manual. As if to relieve overstuffed pockets and call bags, the education mavens at Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa, have further facilitated access to the concise guide through the recent release of a personal desktop assistant (PDA) version of their popular manual.R. Douglas Cullom, MD, and Benjamin Chang, MD, former Wills residents andeditors of The Wills Eye Hospital Manual for PDA, 2nd ed, successfully transferred the written word intoa well-designed digital format. Douglas J. Rhee, MD, and Vincent A. Deramo,MD, also former Wills residents and editors of The Wills Drug Guide for PDA, 2nd ed, concisely summarized profiles and usesof most prescription and over-the-counter ophthalmic medications.

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