Palm handhelds revolutionised personal digital assistants in 1996.
Vaper Software was born out of the frustration of seeing inadequate and overly complicated medical programmes for such elegant hardware.
Vaper, a logbook programme for Anaesthetists, was first released in 2005 and was followed up by VaperOnPaper for Windows – a programme that took all the data collected on a Palm device for analysis and printout.
Palm’s decision to abandon the PalmOS platform (and the millions of users still using Palm handhelds) to migrate to the new WebOS – with no backward software compatibility – has led Vaper Software to stop developing and supporting Palm programming.
The old Palm/Windows programmes are still available free, however we cannot offer any support/future development.
Apple’s emergence into the mobile/handheld sphere allowed us to produce some great software which is consistently popular on the AppStore:
Our current smartphone offerings are based around Apple’s iOS – compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
- Vaper – the original logbook programme now ported to Apple’s iOS
- Pocket MBS – an electronic Australian Medicare Benefits Schedule
- Pocket RVG – an electronic Australian Relative Value Guide
Older software (available for free download):
Our latest programme is a complete, integrated software suite – running on a Windows-based server – for managing busy anaesthetic practices: VaperTrail
Your staff use the ‘office app’ within the office and all relevant information is instantly available to authorised remote anaesthetists with any browser. Elegant and simple solutions to run your entire practice: enter information once, yet have it instantly available for all. Check it out here..
VaperTrail is Windows-based software that provides a comprehensive and integrated solution to all your practice needs:
- individual anaesthetist diary
- practice scheduling and on-call
- quotes and IFC (informed financial consent)
- automated reminders and bad debt handling
- patient investigations
and all available instantly to any authorised remote user with an internet-capable device.