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Medical Wizards

Medical Wizards was founded in 2000 by Grant E. Fraser, M.D., GEM, FACRRM, FRACGP, both a rural generalist and general emergency medicine specialist, with over 15 years of clinical experience in the U.S. and international settings, ranging from urban trauma centers, to accredited EM training centers, to small rural facilities. Starting with our award winning Drip Calculators, Medical Wizards has grown in tandem with the use of mobile technology in healthcare, and now produces over 100 medical reference and decision support products across a broad range of medical specialties. Although the technologies have changed our commitment to providing solutions for medical professionals, designed by medical professionals remains the same. 
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Medical, PDA, Handheld, Software, Palm, Apple, Pocket PC, iPhone OS, Critical, Nurses, Physicians, Clinical, ER, Calculators, Reference
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Medical Wizards was founded in 2000 by Grant E. Fraser, M.D., GEM, FACRRM, FRACGP, both a rural generalist and general emergency medicine specialist, with over 15 years of clinical experience in the U.S.
Date added: Tuesday, February 2, 2016
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