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Drug Pronunciations Untd. Lite

Android Medical
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Your Underground Secret, Drug Pronunciations Adviser!

Feeling overwhelmed, all these hard, prehistoric-like, dinosaur era sounding names thrown at you, don't despear, BG1 Drug Pronunciation is designed to slice through all the nonsense and make you go back to your regular,lazy pre-drug pronunciation, favorite lounge chair existence!

Turn you phone in to a walking, obedient,not asking any questions, available any time of the night and day,non back-talking pronunciation tutor.

Dig in to this app IMMEDIATELY, and buy your only friend, that can help you with the ruff examiner. Of course on the opposite, you you can spend months and years looking through books and dictionaries, audios and what not and finally master the pronunciations,but why?

Drug Pronunciation app is designed to service the medical communities as well as medical students, in their efforts to have outstanding,expert like,WOW factor drug pronunciation and killing the anxiety giant during medical exams preparation. Yah, go ahead and surprise your pips.

This is your easy,underground secret to becoming a instant drug pronouncing expert. Seriously, if your are looking for lazy man's, no work involved, smart way of learning how to pronounce hard voiced drugs...this is it.

Forget about writing drug names, flash cards and all, or even worse, looking at other irrelevant sources online, and staring at your computer, until your eye balls become so big, you can hang your hat on them.

Bluntly, this app provides you with little known, simple, but effective ways to lean how drugs are pronounced and cut the learning curve, like a hot knife butter slicing expert!

The same exact methods used by government to train operatives in speaking new languages, packed in this app, big slabs of easy, simple ways to pronounce drugs, thrown in your lap for you to chew, grow and exam prosper.

Drug Pronunciation is designed to make you sound smart, when speaking with your colleagues, easily and effortlessly pronouncing different drugs after training with the application.

It provides an extensive list of drugs with their description and pronunciation. Have you ever felt embarrassed, not knowing how to pronounce a certain drug in class or with your colleges? It is not beneficial for your career or self esteem, and not being confident pronouncing drugs has a high cost... even may be a future job acceptance or successful interview.

Drug pronunciation is usually scary. Most of the drugs have a Latin or Greek roots and it can be a hassle for you, figuring out a vowel or syllables.

I know for me, this drug pronouncing stuff was pretty embarrassing in med school, and I came up with the idea for this app.

Several categories:

Cellular Therapy, Human OTC Drug Label, Human Prescription Drug Label, Non Standardized Allergenic Label, Plasma Derivative, Vaccine Label, Special Therapy. You can easily retrieve a drug for pronunciation by the app, by searching the main index, or searching any of the above categories.

A convenient favorite feature allows you to save you favorite drugs for fast and immediate retrieval them on demand and at will.

Your recent searches also are stored under the recent tab and you can easily check back at your previous drug pronunciation searches.

In event you are interested in purchasing the full version of the app; it offers unlimited selections of 46,000 drug names and combinations of drugs. You will be able to find any drug that is included in FDA list. This phone app is constantly updated with new drug names coming to the market.

We have also provided for you a featured tab, to email us with your favorite drug selection to include in the app. Any drug name that you would like to hear pronouzzzzzed by the app, include it as a suggestion and we will input it in the app shortly.

The app allows for sharing the drug pronunciations with your friends on Facebook, Twitter or simply email your favorite selection to your list.

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