miniTG includes all Therapeutic Guidelines topics in an offline format. It offers the convenience of having vital information at the point of care and is designed to meet the specific needs of health professionals who practice and consult on the move.
Features of miniTG:
- All topics from Therapeutic Guidelines
- A similar interface to eTG complete
- Intuitive navigation
- Compatible with common mobile devices including Apple, Android, Blackberry, Symbian, Palm, and Windows Mobile
- Updates are issued three times per year - March, July and November.
To subscribe to miniTG a valid email address is essential, as well as a current licence for the iSilo document viewer. After purchasing a miniTG subscription (and iSilo licence if you do not have one already) click here for detailed installation instructions.
The March 2013 release of miniTG and eTG complete includes updates of selected Psychotropic topics, including depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and related psychoses, behavioural emergencies and delerium. A new appendix has been added, providing practical management strategies for common adverse effects.
See a summary of What's New, and Why, in eTG complete? - March 2013 [PDF]
miniTG includes all Therapeutic Guidelines topics. Click on the links below to see a list of the topics in each therapeutic area:
- Emergency Medicine
- Fatigue: diagnostic approach in primary care
- Oral and Dental
- Palliative Care
- Toxicology and Wilderness
- Ulcer and Wound Management
A demonstration version of miniTG is available that will be valid for 14 days. To download the miniTG demonstration version, click the miniTG demo icon above.
Example of a citation for a general reference to miniTG:
miniTG [PDA]. Melbourne: Therapeutic Guidelines Limited; 2013 Mar.
Example of a citation for a specific topic in miniTG:
Fatigue in patients receiving palliative care [revised 2010 Feb]. In: miniTG [PDA]. Melbourne: Therapeutic Guidelines Limited; 2013 Mar.