• Phone App Performance
Student Formulary
Student Formulary Phone App
  • Free Version Available
Student Formulary phone free app - can my phone or tablet play and run Student Formulary icon
The Student Formulary app we are assessing in this performance review is free to download at the relevant iOS App Store and will run on the standard iOS operating system. Having achieved a small amount of attention since its release, the people that have used Student Formulary felt that it offered a poor solution when looking for a suitable Medical app. With an iOS file size of 2.3MB, Student Formulary requires a very small amount of storage space, so don't worry too much about it affecting your mobile device's remaining capacity. Other popular apps that might interest you include Relax+ with Andrew Johnson, Diabetes In Check, and iBP Blood Pressure.
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Student Formulary Phone Requirements
CPU
0.4
Student Formulary needs a phone that runs iOS but otherwise it only requires barely any processing power, a low quality GPU for the low-intensive graphics, and a very small amount of RAM. However it runs, the essential requirement is the 4.3 minimum iOS version which requires a phone that has been released within the past few years.
The Apple iPhone 5s 16 GB matches the Student Formulary hardware specifications.
GPU
3.2
RAM
1.4
OS
iOS 4.3
Overall
0.8
iOS Details
Version
1.0
Price
Free
User Rating
0 (0 votes)
Content Rating
4+
File Size
2.3 MB
Genre
  • Medical
  • Reference
Languages
  • EN
Supported Devices
  • iPhone5s
  • iPodTouchourthGen
  • iPadWifi
  • iPad2Wifi
  • iPadThirdGen4G
  • iPad3G
  • iPhone5c
  • iPadThirdGen
  • iPadFourthGen
  • iPhone4S
  • iPadMini
  • iPad23G
  • iPhone4
  • iPhone5
  • iPadFourthGen4G
  • iPhone-3GS
  • iPodTouchThirdGen
  • iPadMini4G
  • iPodTouchFifthGen
Developer
Ben Hamilton
Store Link
A fast reference of 120 commonly prescribed medications with quick summaries of each (class, mechanism of action, unique attributes) - ideal for revision, ward rounds, group learning and more! *** Pharmacology is a difficult subject to know where to start learning. There are thousands of drugs with many variations and unique features. This app is a reference of 120 commonly prescribed medications (based on the British Pharmacological Society’s recommendations), with a quick one-page summary for each. It intended to be an instant-access springboard to further learning; the kind of response you would be expected to give when quizzed on a ward round. It’s fast, focused, and designed to give you immediate and instant access to the quick detail that you were looking for, or as a memory aid for revision. It’s also ideal for students of nursing, clinical sciences, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, and other allied health professions. This app is primarily a learning tool, and not intended for clinical decision-making. While all the information was drawn from evidence-based sources, all clinical decisions should be based on approved texts, such as the British National Formulary. Any information stated in this app should defer to a more up-to-date resource where differing detail exists. EU generic names have been used instead of trade names. Updates and further features coming soon!
Quoted from: Itunes Store