Imagine this scenario: you are a doctor or a nurse working in a ward or studying for an exam.
Suddenly you come across a clinical question which you cannot answer, your colleagues are not of much help either, and searching on the internet proves fruitless.
Sounds familiar ? Of course it is ! Each and every day we come across many such questions - and most of the time we are forced to ignore or forget them.
As medical professionals ourselves, we've been faced with the same problem throughout our careers - and we were irritated enough to come up with a solution.
With Prognosis : Questions, answers are now just a tap away: simply open up the app and post your question. It's easier than sending an SMS !
The app links you to a community of medical professionals who help out each other by answering questions and clarifying doubts via their hard earned experience and academic excellence.
In order to provide a conducive, respectful platform to share questions and clarify doubts, all users are obliged to adhere to a code of conduct and thus be courteous.
Please be aware that all users are required to login via Facebook before posting questions or answers. We believe that 'real names' promote the sense of community, and prevent abuses associated with anonymity.
1. Prognosis : Questions is for practicing healthcare professionals and students to make queries and get their doubts clarified - not for patients to seek medical advice
2. Our team of medical professionals maintains a strict watch on the questions and answers posted. Inappropriate posts will be removed rapidly - and offending users may be banned from our community.
3. We use Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) to send you notifications when other medical professionals answer your questions.
- GCM requires the following permissions: "FIND ACCOUNTS ON THE DEVICE", "FULL NETWORK ACCESS", "RECEIVE DATA FROM INTERNET", and "PREVENT PHONE FROM SLEEPING".
This app is totally free and does not serve ads.
This app is suitable for LNP, USMLE candidates, also it's a must for doctors, residents, nurses and medical professionals.
This application covers the medical following medical fields and health care:
Anesthesiology (AE) or anaesthesia (BE)
Ear, Nose and Throat (Otorhinolaryngology)
General practice, family practice, family medicine or primary care
Gynecology and Obstetrics
Intensive care medicine
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Pediatrics (AE) or paediatrics (BE)
Physical medicine and rehabilitation (or physiatry)
• 10 Diagnósticos de Enfermería (NANDA), completos con sus definiciones, características definitorias y/o factores relacionados.
• 9 Resultados (NOC), completos con sus definiciones e indicadores.
• 11 Intervenciones (NIC), completos con sus definiciones y actividades.
• Las relaciones entre todos ellos.
Si desea obtener una versión más completa, puede optar por la versión PRO o STUDENTS.
Nurse’s Pocket Guide
Preview, Buy, or Sign In from this app.
Preview – View select topics to experience Nursing Pocket Guide’s detailed nursing diagnoses, interventions, and care plan recommendations.
Buy – Purchase Nurse’s Pocket Guide at any time using your Google Play account.
Sign In – Current subscribers can download the entire resource to their Android Device by entering their username and password.
About Nurse’s Pocket Guide:
Make accurate nursing diagnoses and develop effective care plans with this comprehensive app. Each diagnosis listing includes a definition, related factors, defining characteristics, prioritized actions/interventions, NIC/NOC classifications, and documentation guidelines. Or, choose by patient symptom and link directly to associated nursing diagnoses.
Features of Nurse’s Pocket Guide include:
• 440 medical conditions with associated nursing diagnoses
• Updated NANDA-I 2012-2014 diagnoses
• Defining characteristics presented subjectively and objectively
• Actions/Interventions organized by nursing priority
• Care plan guides
• Icons for cultural, collaborative, community/home care, diagnostic studies, pediatric/geriatric/lifespan, and medications
• NIC and NOC labels for each diagnosis
• Universal Index Search to find topics quickly
• “Favorites” for bookmarking important entries
Authors: Marilynn E. Doenges, APRN, BC; Mary Francis Moorhouse, RN, MSN, CRRN, LNC; Alice C. Murr, BSN, RN
Publisher: F.A. Davis
Powered by: Unbound Medicine
The application will be permanently developing, so will expand its features.
- Create records of patients: making constant, diagnoses, age .. etc ...
- Manages each patient's vital signs, allergies, etc ...
- Allows annotate each patient file
- Manage and organize your work shifts, very useful for nurses
- Access online medication guide (in spanish for the moment) that collects information from the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices, in the free version there is a limit of 10 queries.
- It provides a range of professional tools that facilitate their daily work, such as calculators, unit conversions, etc ...
In the free version:
- The number of patients is limited to 5.
- The maximum number of slots that can be created is 3.
- The maximum number of shifts per day that can be entered is one.
- The maximum number of queries to the medication guide is 20
We remind you that the app has just been published, and we hope to continue building it with your help.
• Edited RN this app is known for its practical interventions and some rationales.
• Updates from clinical experts ensure the most current, accurate, and relevant content.
• Consistent format for each care plan allows fast look-up and printing of Nursing Diagnoses, Desired Outcomes, and Assessments, Interventions, and Rationales.
• Outcome criteria with specific timelines help you set goals for nursing outcomes and provide efficient, quality care.
• taxonomy updates keep you current with NANDA-I diagnoses.
• Updated content covers the latest clinical developments, new pharmacologic treatments, and evidence-based practice guidelines.
• nursing diagnoses include adult failure to thrive, chronic confusion, risk for shock, interrupted breastfeeding, and impaired environmental interpretation syndrome.
Your 5-star ratings will enable this app to remain available on the Google Play.
Care plans included:
Ineffective breathing pattern
Altered fluid and electrolyte balance
fluid volume deficit, hypokalemia, and hypochloremia
Altered nutrition: less than body requirements
Pain: abdominal with radiation to the back
Altered comfort: abdominal distention and gas pain
Risk for infection: sepsis
organ ischemia/dysfunction (multiple organ dysfunction syndrome [MODS])
Knowledge deficit, Ineffective management of therapeutic regimen, or Altered health maintenance
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