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Hypertox for Windows 5-user Site Licence 0914

Hypertox for Windows 5-user Site Licence 0914

Hypertox for Windows 5-user Site Licence Publisher's Description

HyperTox for Windows provides frequently updated information about the management of common and severe poisonings. It is designed for use in emergency departments, intensive care units and poison centres as well as by under- and postgraduate students. HyperTox for Windows runs on any platform running Windows 95 or better. The trial version contains all monographs and supporting information but is use limited. The full version covers all major & toxicologically important drug groups. HyperTox for PDA runs on any platform running Palm OS (3.0 or better) that can run iSilo. The demo version contains a few monographs and some limited supporting information and uses 130K of memory. The full version uses 800K of memory.

Monographs include among others: ACE Inhibitors, Acetaminophen (paracetamol), Amiodarone, Antiarrhythmics (Type 1c), Anticholinergics, Anticonvulsants (carbamazepine, phenytoin, valproate), Antihistamines (sedating, non-sedating), Antimalarials (chloroquine), Arsenic, Benzodiazepines, Beta blockers, Biguanides, Bufadienolides, Bupropion, Calcium channel blockers, Carbamates, Carbon monoxide, Cardiac glycosides, Clonidine, Cocaine, Colchicine, Coumarin anticoagulants, Cyanide, Ergot alkaloids, Ethylene glycol, Glyphosate, Hydrogen fluoride, Insulins, Iron, Lead, Lithium, Methanol, Methylxanthines (theophylline), Neuroleptics, NSAIDs, Opioids, Oral hypoglycaemics, Organochlorines, Organophosphates, Paracetamol (acetaminophen), Paraquat, Quinine, Salicylates, Serotonin toxicity, SSRIs, Sulphonylureas, Tricyclic antidepressants, Venlafaxine

Version history

November 12, 2003 Updated calcium channel blockers and added management flow chart for CCB poisoning.

October 18, 2003Revised tricyclic antidepressants by adding structured management plan and fixing PubMed links

August 30, 2003 First major update for 2003. Revised drug class and drug name lists. Improved navigation. Revised tricyclic antidepressants. Added GHB

December 29, 2002 Enhanced warning about Vitamin K3 in coumadin treatment. Revised drug class list.

December 20, 2002 Revised coumarin treatment. Fixed typo in clonidine.

November 22, 2002 Revised treatment of severe serotonin toxicity.

October 28, 2002 Revised and expanded venlafaxine monograph.

October 27, 2002 Added new monograph on mirtazapine and mianserin.

October 26, 2002 Added new monograph on bupropion. Revised drug class list.

October 23, 2002 Added IV NAC paediatric dosing to paracetamol (acetaminophen). Demo unchanged. Updated lead GI decontamination.

October 16, 2002 Paracetamol (acetaminophen) management updated.

October 14, 2002 Calcium channel blockers management updated.

September 14, 2002 Added look up tables for acetaminophen (paracetamol) nomogram to make assessing risk easier. Fixed incorrect units in nomogram also.

September 4, 2002 Complete revision of layout and conversion to iSilo format with consistent formatting applied throughout all monographs and core information. Every monograph has been reviewed for currency, accuracy, readability and practical value. Almost every monograph updated with the latest information from the literature. Additional recent references added to most monographs. Internal and external links fixed. Major revisions to Gastrointestinal decontamination, Digoxin and cardiac glycosides, Insulin, Iron, Lithium, Oral hypoglycaemics, Paraquat, Serotonin toxicity, SSRIs, Valproate, Venlafaxine, Warfarin. New core information added on Calculated creatinine clearance, Glucagon, Diazoxide, Factitious hypoglycaemia. Many other minor changes and bug fixes.

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