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Introducing RxCalc 1.1

May 28th, 2010

Rob Fahrni

RxCalc 1.1When we released RxCalc 1.0 we felt the need to focus most of our effort on making sure our math was correct. We felt if the standard user interface was good enough for Apple, it was good enough for us. Since that time we’ve collected a bit of feedback, some great, some not so great, and a couple of really horrible comments that made us cringe. Fear not! We picked ourselves up off the ground, regrouped, and went to work on RxCalc 1.1. We hope you enjoy using it as much as we enjoyed developing it.

What’s New in 1.1?

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  • User configurable Units of Measure
    1. Height
    2. Weight
    3. Serum Creatnine
  • Configurable Volume of Distribution
    1. Aminoglycoside
    2. Vancomycin
  • Less rigid scrolling
  • Less rigid data entry

The big addition is the user configurable Units of Measure and adjustable Volume of Distribution. These should help folks outside the United States and gives flexibility to those that would like to modify the default Volume of Distribution values. We’re also really happy with the new navigation experience. Version 1.0 was a bit rigid, we’ve changed that. You can now freely move between entry fields and scroll top to bottom with complete freedom, while the keyboard is showing.

Oh, yeah, it also has a great new icon! Courtesy of our good friend, Mr. Layne Lev.