PEPID Flashcards 17+


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PEPID offers free and expanded study tools for medical and nursing students. Flip our electronic flashcards by simply sliding your finger across the screen.

**PEPID Medical Abbreviations**

Save time in your practice by memorizing medical abbreviations using our electronic flashcards. This handy review tool allows you to quickly look up abbreviations using our alphabetical index. Or, use it as a convenient study tool to help memorize abbreviations you use every day.

** PEPID Anesthesia/Blocks**

Every practitioner needing to perform minor anesthesia can learn or review basic techniques, common injection procedures and affected anatomy with PEPID Anesthesia/Blocks flashcards.

**PEPID HazMat Illustrations**

PEPID HazMat gives EMTs and paramedics a fast way to learn or review USDOT hazardous materials placards to help you quickly identify what you are dealing with for faster, more effective and safer responses. Visit to download your copy today!

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What’s New

Version 1.3.5

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Optimized for iOS 9.3

Ratings and Reviews

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1 Rating

Emt-I ,

Not worth the space

This app has little to no information on it. If you actually want anything that can help you study you have to pay them $80 or more dollars to download it from another site. Don't bother.

Emilio718 ,

Very well done

It is a very good app but a lot of usefull information just a little too much

A nursing student ,


Not what I needed nor expected just plain terrible I am a nursing student & found this to be of no use don't waste time or space

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