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The Medication Dictionary was originally a Visual Basic, Windows-based program. It was designed at the request of a physician who wanted a way to make sure the names of medications in his documents were accurately spelled and included both the trade and generic names to reduce the possibility of medication errors. Furthermore, he wanted it to be up-to-date at all times.
Have I Read That?
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I‘m an avid reader, but I’m not one of those people who likes to read a book more than once. I really don’t like bringing a book home, sitting down to read, and recognizing after a few pages that I’ve read it before. The more books I read, the harder it has become to remember the exact name and author when I think of one in conversation with a friend and want to recommend it.
Lost Lake/Mt. Hood photo by Schick at Morguefile.com.