I use mine weekly, if not daily, to help coordinate inpatient and outpatient care and management for Pulmonary Hypertension.

Amy Kimber
Nurse Practitioner

I have used the GUIDELINES pocket cards to instruct other staff pharmacists in making them aware of the recommended treatments in order to meet core measures. Also, used in training pharmacy students for evidence based medicine therapies.

Kathryn O’Donnell
Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator

As a resident in Internal Medicine, GUIDELINES Pocket Cards are invaluable in quickly referencing important information for patient care, as well as enabling me to give salient teaching points to my medical students and interns.

Ben Thomas
Internal Medicine Resident

I use the content to educate/train our Medical/Nursing staff in incorporating these guidelines into their everyday practice. I also reference the Guidelines in policy/procedure update/development.

Patrick Gage
Nursing Specialist

I use the Guideline Pocketcards at speaker engagements, with patients every day as great visual examples of Lipoprotein Metabolism.

Morton Saunders, DO
Lipidologist/Med Director Metabolic Syndrome Center

Easily accessed evidenced based practice guidelines. Don’t have to flip through a book or search everywhere online for the information.

Dr. Susan Roberti

The ACAAI and AAAAI and the JTF of PP is very pleased that we are getting out the messages on practice parameters…IGC does a great job getting the guideline message out!

Dana V. Wallace, MD
Allergy and Immunology

Thanks for all of your assistance to date with the Guidelines Pocketcards- our field has been very happy with the results!

Tibotec Therapeutics

I’m a final semester NP student at the University of Oklahoma. I was given some of the pocket cards for diabetes by a drug rep. I found this very useful. Is there any way that I could get some more pocket cards for various topics to share with my class mates?

John Laymon, RN

… The PocketGuides are a hit!! Great products speak for themselves… it’s a very useful tool.

Draftfcb Healthcare

I ordered the guidelines for a Proctor & Gamble nurses training next month. We are all occupational health nurses who work for Procter & Gamble. I think it’s an excellent tool to have in our health services department. We… see a lot of patients…and this is an excellent guide to coach and educate our employees to make sure that they and their personal physicians are doing everything needed to control their disease.

Darlene Cooper, RN
Proctor & Gamble Occupational Health

We received the guidelines and they looked great! We rolled them out, and they were extremely well received! Thanks so much for your partnership with this project. You and your team did a fine job!

Gilead Sciences

I love the pocket guidelines. I’ve only read a couple but they have been very informational so far. Thanks again for all your help.

Medical Student

… It was a great project and a terrific result for both the Pocketcards and we are looking forward to the success of the mailer. I love the eViewer and webpage! Thanks again.


Our sales team is thrilled to have the Lipid PocketGuides! I already have success stories coming from the field!

LipoScience, Inc.

I work for a Medicaid Managed care network that services 3 counties, 150+ practices with 500 providers. Your Asthma pocket guidelines would be perfect for our Provider Toolkit … I have one from the CHEST conference and love it! Thanks!!

Nurse Case Manager
Asthma Disease Management, CCPGM

I had a meeting this AM with the clients and they like the pocketguide and do see the advantages and potential of this piece. They want the printed guides in a quantity range of 75k-100k for rep delivery.

DraftFCB Account Supervisor

We have found great value in the Lipids and Lipoprotein PocketGuide. Our reps are having great success with the information provided by the guide… Thanks Irene. We will probably place another order for pocket guides early 2010. They really have been a huge hit!

Anonymous Brand Manager
LipoScience, Inc.

My time is extremely limited. When they are at hand, quick-reference guidelines are always easier to read and manipulate. As such, they will always have value.

Howard Baker, MD, Senior Interventional Cardiologist
University of Florida

The GUIDELINES Pocket Cards are unique and valuable educational reference tools that are embraced by generalists, specialists, medical educators and MCOs.

Richard A. Roberts, MD, JD
Past-President American Academy of Family Physicians

One of our missions is to develop full text guidelines to assist physicians with staying current on the most recent information and therapies available to treat patients. The IGC GUIDELINES Pocketcard™ allows CHEST to accomplish this goal with a concise, fair and balanced pocket guideline that physicians embrace and actually use.

Sydney Parker, PhD
Vice President Development and Outreach

For a limited time IGC offered complimentary downloading of the PDA/Pocket PC version of the ADHD GUIDELINES Pocketcard™ : “ADHD GUIDELINES™ downloaded easily. A rather impressive PDA format, I am waiting for the COPD GUIDELINES Pocketcard™ to become available in the fall of 2005.

Robert Hetz, DO, CDR/MC/USN
US Naval Hospital Charleston, SC

It’s been a real win/win!

Elizabeth Wilson
American College of Cardiology

The feedback has been tremendous.  They (the reps) have stated this is the best resource they have received to date.

Brand Manager
Novartis Pharmaceuticals

The feedback has been positive to date. We’ve found this very useful and are using this as a key piece of marketing.

Marketing Director
Diagnostic Company