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C-Tools V2.0

Wed Nov 1, 2006 - 11:44 AM EST - By Harv Laser

Conclusion

C-Tools offers basic useful tools and information every physician should master. I expect to put the BMI calculator to regular use, and the narcotic conversion program is handier than any other table or program I have seen. In covering the fundamentals, C-Tools works very well. This is solid commercial-grade software, so kudos to the American Cancer Society for providing it for free.

If your Doctor uses a Treo, or even an older Palm (C-Tools requires PalmOS v3.5 or later) recommend it to him or her.


My thanks to R. Keech, MD, for his valuable time and assistance with this review. – Harv

(C-Tools has been reported on by TreoCentral in July 2004 and February 2005)





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Criteria 

Rating

Design 5
Usability 4
Documentation 5
Cost/Benefit 5
Overall
(not an average)
Pros
  • Logical interface, easily navigated
  • Modular design install any or all of its tools
  • Free!
  • Cons
  • Must install to internal memory
  • PocketPC version not compliant with WM Treo square screens


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    Product Info
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    > Name C-Tools v2.0
    > Company American Cancer Society
    > Tested with Treo 650, 700p
    > Fact Sheet & User Opinions
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