PEPID, a developer of clinical decision-support information and technology, is calling for iPad users to help test the latest version of its subscription-based software suite used as a reference tool for point-of-care practitioners. The software is designed specifically to take full advantage of the iPad's large screen and user-friendly functionality, said Edward Reynolds, the company's chief technology officer.

PEPID includes a vast database of disease profiles and medical conditions, coupled with medical and dosing calculators, a drug interactions checker, illustrations, laboratory values and a differential diagnosis generator or symptoms generator. While emergency medical records may be a future application, Reynolds said the current version does not contain patient data.

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