Learn the Top 200 Drugs with FlashRX on iPhone and Android

FlashRX by ClinCalc - adaptive-learning flashcards and quizzes for the top 200 drugs

There’s nothing that smells sweeter than a freshly based mobile app for medical education.  Our newest app, FlashRX by ClinCalc, is no exception!

As a professor, I commonly see frustrated students with complicated drug cards that provide excessive, non-prioritized information.  Instead of these complicated drug cards, FlashRX’s drug database focuses on simple, usable information to develop a core knowledge base. This emphasis on practical knowledge will improve learning and comprehension of the top 200 drugs.

Click here to read more about FlashRX and download it for your iPhone or Android mobile device.

Learn the Top 200 Drugs

FlashRX is a flashcard and quiz-based educational tool for healthcare students and professionals to learn the top 200 medications in the outpatient setting (Top 200 Drugs). Instead of complicated drug cards, FlashRX’s drug database focuses on simple, usable information to develop your core knowledge base.

The emphasis on concise, practical knowledge will improve learning and comprehension of the top 200 drugs. This is a learning tool – NOT a drug reference. This app is not a comprehensive resource for drug information.

If you’d like to test the waters, we’ve posted FlashRX’s list of Top 200 Drugs page, including the phonetic and audio pronunciation of each medication.

Who Can Improve Their Drug Knowledge?

This app is perfect for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, physician assistants, nurses, nursing students, physicians, medical students, and other healthcare professionals. The drug database is designed to aid in studying for both students in school and those preparing for standardized exams (eg, NAPLEX, BCPS, PTCB, ExCPT, PANCE/PANRE, NCLEX, USMLE, COMLEX).

Ready to Download?

Check out our FlashRX product page for more information, including screenshots and links to iTunes and Google Play.

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