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5 minute clinical consult

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by Arch Guillotti, Apr 6, 2003.

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  1. Arch Guillotti

    Arch Guillotti Senior Member Lifetime Donor SDN Administrator 10+ Year Member

    Aug 8, 2001
    I downloaded the free limited version to take a look at it. It seems pretty good, but [email protected] that program runs slow. Does the real version speed up any?
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  3. Rads Resident

    Rads Resident Senior Member 7+ Year Member

    Nov 25, 2002
    I ran the G5CC on my Palm V during my intern year and it ran great. G5CC, ePocrates & qID were invaluable to me.

    GO_MEDPEDS Member 7+ Year Member

    Mar 8, 2003
    What kind of pda do you have? If you are using a palm that is a little older (m515 or earlier), you might benefit from using a program called Fast CPU (find it at www.palmgear.com). It is an overclocking utility that will let you speed up your palm a bit (some sacrifice of battery life, but very worth it for the fast response). Also, if you are running the program off of your memory card, you may want to go and either clean off some other programs from the card (memory cards slow down as you fill them up) or use another program such as Pi Direct or MS Mount (also found at www.palmgear.com) to put programs in different folders on your memory card (the number of programs also slows your memory card down). Another option that may help is to go under Preferences and click off the option for linking.

    Well, I hope this helps!


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