Hey there is a website that sells an audio CD that gives over 450 plus medication names, I bought the CD and it helps. The website is WWW.SAYITRITE.COM check it out.
There is an iPhone application out that has drug pronunciations for all you iPhone users. It is called Drug Pronunciations and is under the Medical category. Here is a direct link to the itunes link:
I find that www.howjsay.com will work to get the pronunciation of almost anything including medication. I use it while studying new medications.
DrugIQ is a new app available on the iTunes store for iPhone, iTouch and iPad.Get it now on the iTunes store for only $1.99 (promotional launch price)
The app has 2,500 professional audio recordings of generic and trade drug name pronunciations. In addition, DrugIQ offers pronunciation and spelling test plans where you can test your knowledge of 600 generics and trade drug names. The app uses voice recognition software to test your pronunciation skills of common generic and trade drug names.
DrugIQ is also a medical reference tool with a database of 4,900 generic and trade drug names and links to trusted web sources like NCBI, Wikipedia and more.
It's a work in progress - new features will be added in the coming weeks.
I just downloaded the DrugIQ on my iPad and it's wonderful! it has audio pronunciation for the drugs which is exactly what I've been looking for. It's worth it for the price of $1.99. If anyone is looking for a free tool online for drugs pronunciation I have also used dictionary.com and merriam-Webster online dictionary. These two are helpful to some extent....they have most but not all of the drug names and pronunciation
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