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Includes enhanced clinical content and a medical dictionary with full-color images and audio. Recommended for both practicing nurses and nursing students, the Nursing Constellation Plus provides easy access to critical information and tools at the point of care.
This dynamic, customizable solution seamlessly integrates clinical, drug and laboratory information with useful tools, calculators and guidelines. Plus, it includes ongoing content updates and free medical news and alerts.
Skyscape Nursing Constellation Plus includes
- Core set of essential nursing resources in one convenient package
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| Drug Information|
||Davis's Drug Guide for Nurses: Delivers all of the information you need to administer medications safely across the lifespan—well-organized monographs for hundreds of generic and thousands of trade-name drugs.|
| Lab & Diagnostic Tests Reference|
| Diseases & Diagnosis References|
|Nursing & Medical Calculators|
||Skyscape Clinical Calculator PLUS™: Medical Calculator that includes tools such as peak flow, narcotic equivalence, pregnancy dating, syncope rules, over 200 preprogrammed formulas, rules and scoring systems.|
|News & Information|
||MedBeats - Skyscape Medical Alerts: Service that delivers in-context and specialty focused journal summaries, trial results, breaking clinical news, drug alerts and information right to your mobile device.|
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Robert Wolf, MD
I really appreciate the hyperinks within the text to related subjects. Equally helpful is the "back" button.
I also like the way that the medications are linked to their respective treatments. I looked up "diltiazem" and was pleased to see it listed for its many uses by functional links, rather than simply repeating what epocrates can tell me (again with references from 1986 and 1987,though).
I'm glad that the "get info" option allows me to see the date of the current edition.