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    iAbstracts for iPad for iPad

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Company: Pfizer
Published under: ANTIDOTE Marketing Pty Ltd at United States
Device: iPad
Current Version: 1.85
Size: 6 MB
Langauge: English
Created: 10-12-2010
Updated: 05-21-2018
Country: Australia, New Zealand, United States
Requirements: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
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Total Downloads: 0
iAbstracts for iPad has been designed to provide Australian healthcare professionals with the ability to search for clinical citations and abstracts. Over 26 million clinical abstracts are available at your fingertips using an intuitive search interface combined with the capacity to save recent searches and abstracts of interest. Selected abstracts may also be emailed to your computer for later...more

iAbstracts for iPad for iPad

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Access code 
Despite 2 requests I have not been able to obtain a user access code.
Poor Support 
Without an activation key this app cannot be used, which is fair. My problem is after two attempts to register via the website I have still yet to receive a key, and sadly there is no email/contact information. I am a dental practitioner and would think am entitled to an activation key.
Yeah still waiting on an activation key 
this app is unusable without an activation key, i supplied my email address and nothing so far. Just an email harvest I expect, so without the activation key it is useless.......I can only imagine that a manual request for an activation key is some type of fraud other wise it would download automatically.
Great app for all Doctors 
Received the login code from my medical rep today and login was super easy. Checked out 3 references in 3 mins.

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