Windows 7 phone medical app launched by Unbound Medicine

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Unbound Medicine is well known name in medicine with mission to solve healthcare knowledge problems by developing award-winning mobile and web products using an end-to-end digital publishing platform and information architecture expertise.  Since the launch of Windows 7 mobile, there are questions around its contribution to medical community.  Unbound Medicine announced release of its mobile medical applications for Windows® Phone 7.

 The latest release allows the healthcare professionals to access to access up-to-date medical information on Windows 7 mobile devices. The Unbound™ Platform currently supports native applications for iOS (iPhone®, iPod touch®, iPad™), BlackBerry®, Android™, Windows Mobile®, and Palm® devices. 

What comes with Unbound’s Windows 7 moble platform?
With Windows 7 mobile interface, Unbound medicine created a unique look and feel for its applications.  The new platform is intended to enhance user-ability of users by easy to find information. 

What all Unbound’s apps are in Windows 7 mobile platform?
Unbound’s best-selling applications are available for Windows Phone include Nursing Central, Unbound Medicine’s fully-integrated disease, drug, and test resource; 5-Minute Clinical Consult from Lippincott Williams &...



Wilkins; McGraw-Hill’s Diagnosaurus; three versions of The Merck Manual from Merck & Co., Inc.; the consumer-focused Family Drug Guide featuring Consumer Reports Health’s Best Buy Drugs™; and Taber’s Medical Dictionary and Davis’s Drug Guide from F.A. Davis. 

In fact Relief Central, Unbound Medicine’s free mobile and web application for disaster relief workers, was named a winner of the Windows Phone Federal Apps contest. Browse a list of available applications at http://www.unboundmedicine.com/windows_phone or search “Unbound Medicine” in the Zune Marketplace. 

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