Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary 20th edition

Posted: March 16, 2010 in Pocket PC Applications

Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary 20th edition, developed by Medical Wizards and based on F.A. Davis’s best selling book, is now available on PDA. It defines nearly 50% more terms than any other medical dictionary, with over 56,000 entries (including 2,400 new terms). Enhanced for nurses and health-care professionals, patients and the general public – to better understand diseases and health-care terminology. Taber’s 20th edition is simply the most comprehensive medical dictionary available today.

Key features include:
* 56,000 definitions (including 2,400 new terms)
* More than 6,000 updated terms
* Nearly 700 NEW full color images and illustrations
* Almost 100 Patient Care sections and reference materials
* Cautions statements have been added to almost 350 terms
* Improved placement of multi-word entries in natural word order
* Approximately 30,000 pronunciations
* Newly updated definitions
* Updated and expanded appendices
* Extensive cross-linking between terms
New definitions, more tables, nearly 700 full color images, accurate and up-to-date information, natural program navigation, easy topic lookup, a history section, extensive cross-linked terms, and more! Taber’s 20th edition is a trusted medical dictionary – carefully reviewed to keep pace with the rapidly changing health care environment, and packed with the definitions and information needed to provide superior care for patients.
How to install:
-copy to your pda under “My Pocket PC\Windows” folder
-Register or unlock with any 9 digits , like 123456789 .

click 4 Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary 20th edition

This is repidshare link, U can download as free member.
File size 57 MB

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