19-03-2003, 06:46 AM
Any medical types out there who just can't tell their R's from their ELBO's may be interested in Shubhasoft's (http://www.shubhasoft.com/) new free 92x0 application called Abbr In Hand (http://www.handango.com/brainstore/PlatformProductDetail.jsp?siteId=308&jid=1FFE65EED 4EXE692976D8B7598EA43BF&platformId=4&productType=2 &productId=62754&sectionId=0&catalog=1) which gives you easy access to medical abbreviations. It's an AppForge based system and may well prove useful, especially for medical students (though I'd hate to go for an operation only to see the anaesthetist worriedly whip out his 9210 saying "G.A. What the flippin' blink is that!?").