- To read the NHLBI/NAEPP Guidelines the
TealInfo shareware reader software must be installed on your Palm OS device.
The TealInfo reader is a "shareware" program. You may download a free 30-day
demo version to view the Guidelines on your Palm OS device. The demo version
expires after 30 days. You must pay the shareware price if you wish to continue
using the program. You must have TealInfo to use the Guidelines on your PDA.
Go to the TealInfo Reader download page to get the program if you do
not have it. This page has complete information about acquiring the program.
You are encouraged to register so you can receive updates and upgrades to the
product. Scroll down to the download button, and follow the instructions for
downloading, unzipping, and installing TealInfo on your Palm OS device.
TealInfo's reader can be downloaded
- Download the NHLBI/NAEPP Guidelines file
- Follow the instructions that came with
your Palm OS device to install the file onto your handheld device.
"Beam" the NHLBI/NAEPP Guidelines to a
colleague. (The Beambox shareware program required. Download it
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The NHLBI/NAEPP Guidelines for Palm OS is
intended as a point-of-care reference to the full Expert Panel Report and the
Practical Guide. Clinicians should be thoroughly familiar with these reports
before using this reference tool in patient care.
The NHLBI/NAEPP Guidelines for Palm OS is in
the public domain and may be freely reproduced and distributed. However, the
Guidelines may not be altered in any way. Please credit the NHLBI whenever
reproducing this program. Use of this program does not constitute endorsement
of any commercial software products by the NHLBI or NIH.