Old_Mil

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I have an older Palm PDA which has enough memory to run the basic program, but not enough to load the image files. I was debating whether or not to replace it. I don't really want to spend the $150-$200 on a new PDA, but I don't want to lose a valuable resource either. What are they images of? Are they useful day to day?
 

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they are of anatomy, examples of stuff like cataracts, rashes, how to do some exams, nerve blocks, venomous animals, ecg strips, etc. many of them link from the other areas of PEPID. i use the anatomy one mostly
if you are going to buy a new PDA, you should strongly consider getting an iPod Touch - it'll run the iPhone version of PEPID
 

Jeff698

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PEPID has image files?

Seriously, I knew they were there but hardly ever find them useful.

Take care,
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i would say you can probably live without the pepid images. they are nice for showing patients procedures or breaks, but that's about all i ever use them for.