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Pill Identifier Find Medications by Shape Color Score - Pepid

6/18/2014
04:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Identify medicine tablets
Pill Identifier Find Medications by Shape Color Score - Pepid

Easily identify patient medications with just a few details. The pill identifier lets you search for pill information by score, shape and color – even with only a partial.

Hydrochlorothiazide (Hydrodiuril) Alprazolam (Xanax) Warfarin (Coumadin) Oxycodone (Oxycontin) Metformin (Glucophage) Tramadol (Ultram).

Available on iPhone, iPad, Android and online! Or integrate the pill identifier into your EMR, HIS or patient portal with the PEPID Knowledge Base to accuray identify any unknown medications.

Available for use with PEPID's highest quality pill pictures, the pill identifier allows healthcare professionals to easily identify patient medications and reduce medication errors.

View a demo of PEPID's Pill ID on the iPhone.

PEPID pill identifier is available through any of our platinum product suites allowing healthcare professionals to easily identify patient medications with their mobile devices or online.

The pill identifier lets you search for pill information by score, shape and color – even with only a partial imprint. Easily identify patient medications with just a few details.

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Smartphones are Revolutionizing Pill Identification iMedicalApps

4/17/2014
02:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Identify medicine tablets
Smartphones are Revolutionizing Pill Identification iMedicalApps

For years, if a pharmacist or other professional wanted to identify a pill or solid dosage pharmaceutical (i.e. tablets, capsules), they had to turn.

The premise of these companies is that as most users carry a smartphone with them, and that the built in sensors and camera have come a long way, there must be some way to use it to identify medications. Several examples of such companies include MedSnap, ID My Pill, and MyPillSense.

Our publication is heavily based on our own experiences in the hospital and clinic setting. Our physician editors lead a team of physicians, allied health professionals, medical trainees, and mHealth analysts in providing reviews, research, and commentary of mobile medical technology.

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Instructions to identify the wrong tablet in opiate pain medications

12/26/2014
10:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Identify medicine tablets
Instructions to identify the wrong tablet in opiate pain medications

Instructions to Patients, Health Care Providers, and Dispensing Pharmacists.

As for any medication, dispose of unused opiate tablets according to FDA’s recommendations.

This includes verification of bottles that have never been opened when the entire bottle is being dispensed. When dispensing any of the potentially affected Endo Pharmaceutical products, you should visually inspect and verify the identity of the tablets counted out for dispensing in a separate container from the manufacturer’s bottle.

There also are other pill identification resources available that may provide a means for tablet identification. Endo Pharmaceuticals has provided photographs of the potentially affected products at www.endo.com to assist you with tablet identification. Patients may return to the pharmacy with their medication because of questions about tablet identity for Endo Pharmaceutical products.

If you have questions about your medicine, call your pharmacist or healthcare professional, or call Endo Pharmaceuticals’ call center at.

Dispensing Pharmacist and Healthcare Professional Instructions:

This public health advisory applies only to tablets manufactured for Endo Pharmaceuticals by Novartis Consumer Health. Liquid and powder form medicines, and blister packaged products manufactured for Endo Pharmaceuticals by Novartis Consumer Health are not affected or included in this alert. Patient Instructions:.

If you think you have any of the medications potentially affected, open each medicine bottle and inspect all of the tablets.

Bring your medicine bottle to your pharmacist and do not take any of the tablets if:

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Drug and Pill Identifier - Medical University Of South Carolina

10/25/2014
08:00 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Drug and Pill Identifier - Medical University Of South Carolina

Medical University Of South Carolina Drug and Pill Identification Service, Drug Information, Drug Encyclopedia.

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ID My Pill for iPhone Snap a photo of your pills, identify them instantly

8/24/2014
06:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Identify medicine tablets
ID My Pill for iPhone Snap a photo of your pills, identify them instantly

Snap a photo of your prescription pills, identify them instantly. All from your iPhone.

Identifying your prescription pills could not be easier! Place the pill you want to identify on the printable recognition card and snap a photo of the card using the ID My Pill iPhone app. Your pill will be identified automatically!.

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Compare the drug name to your prescription bottle to ensure the pharmacist gave you the right medication! Protect yourself and your family, click on the “Available on the App Store” button below to download the ID My Pill iPhone app. The ID My Pill iPhone app automatically identifies your prescription pill and provides drug fact information, including the name of the pill, manufacturer, and if there is potential for abuse and addiction.

Snap a photo of any prescription drug using your built-in iPhone camera and identify it immediay. Protect your family and yourself. Identify your pills before you take them.

A Recognition Card is required in order to use the ID My Pill app.

Over 3.3 million injuries and deaths happen each year due to the wrong pill being taken. Protect yourself and your family with ID My Pill. Do you check your pills before you take them? You should.

Using ID My Pill you can identify your prescription pills automatically. Do you worry that your pharmacist gave you the wrong pill? Are you concerned if you find a mysterious pill in your kid's bedroom? Do you have an overwhelming number of medications and just can't seem to keep them straight? There's an app for that. ID My Pill will give you peace of mind, immediay and safely.

Enter your address below to download Recognition Card. Then, print the card and cut it out.

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