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eMedCheck 2010 for BlackBerry devices


eMedCheck 2010 is an electronic medication screening form that can be run on a BlackBerry device.


There are two different screening forms:

To install the application on your BlackBerry device, point your device's browser to the appropriate JAD file, download it, and install it.

Using the BlackBerry Download Manager

If you prefer to use the BlackBerry Download Manager, download this file and extract the .alx and .cod files from that. Note that the "e1" folder is for the anthrax antibiotic screening form; the "e2" folder is for the Hepatitis A vaccination screening form. The .cod files go in separate subfolders.


Please send an email to to tell us that you have downloaded the software. We will update you when revisions are available. We will not send you junk email.


(These documents are PDF files.)

Anthrax antibiotic screening form

Hepatitis A vaccination screening form

Database administration


This software is provided as part of our collaboration with the Montgomery County, Maryland, Advanced Practice Center for Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Jeffrey W. Herrmann at or 301-405-5433.

Copyright notice: Copyright 2010 University of Maryland and Montgomery County APC. All rights reserved.

Acknowlegement and Disclaimer: This material was produced under the direction of the Montgomery County, Maryland Advanced Practice Center at Montgomery County, Maryland Department of Health and Human Resources and was supported by Award Number 1H75TP000309-01 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO). Its contents are solely the responsibility of Montgomery County, Maryland Advanced Practice Center and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC or NACCHO.

Last updated on January 5, 2011, by Jeffrey W. Herrmann.

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