* Searchable index of specialized topics including:
Normal Coronary Anatomy
Anomalous Coronary Arteries
Coronary Artery Aneurysms
Standard Views of Angiography
Coarctation of the Aorta
Femoral Artery Access for Angiography
Radial Artery Access for Angiography
Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS)
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR)
Hemodynamics: Intracardiac Pressures
Hemodynamics: Intracardiac Waveforms
Hemodynamics: Cardiac Output
Hemodynamics: Intracardiac Shunts
Hemodynamics: Aortic Stenosis
Hemodynamcis: Aortic Regurgitation
Hemodynamics: Mitral Stenosis
Hemodynamcis: Mitral Regurgitation
* Searchable database containing more than 30 videos (coronary angiograms, ventriculograms, and aortograms) of both common and rare findings in the cardiac catheterization lab
* Searchable database of over 65 images including hemodynamic formulas, tables, and figures
CathSource provides a detailed overview of important cardiac catheterization and angiography topics, incorporating educational images/videos as well as reviews of pertinent medical literature. CathSource is the ideal application to assist you in understanding and recognizing cardiovascular pathology in the catheterization lab.
This best practice information is intended to support nurses, carers and medical students.
The App is an immediate source of information for people who have an indwelling urinary catheter, and ofcourse for those people who help to look after them.
The information is supported by the latest peer-reviewed publications, guidelines for catheter care and clinical expertise
The Urinary Catheter Care application can be used at the bedside, and includes information on
Care and discharge lists
Best Practice Guide
Immediate answers to questions such as
• What to do if the catheter is not draining
• What to do if there is blood in the catheter
• How to obtain a catheter specimen of urine correctly
• What to do if the catheter leaks urine down the outside
• What the relevent sizes and balloon sizes mean
• What to do if there is blood or exudate around the suprapubic stoma
The app also contains information on biofilms and how to minimise the risk of catheter associated urinary tract infections.
1) Normal Physiological Values
•Systolic Blood Pressure (5th Percentile)
•Systolic Blood Pressure (50th Percentile)
•Systolic Blood Pressure (95th Percentile)
•Mean Arterial Pressure (5th Percentile)
•Mean Arterial Pressure (50th Percentile)
•Mean Arterial Pressure (95th Percentile)
•Diastolic Blood Pressure (5th Percentile)
•Diastolic Blood Pressure (50th Percentile)
•Diastolic Blood Pressure (95th Percentile)
•Cerebral Perfusion Pressure
•Minimum Urinary Output
•Estimated Blood Volume
•Body Surface Area
•ET Tube Internal Diameter (Uncuffed)
•ET Tube Internal Diameter (Microcuff)
•ET Tube Length (Oral)
•ET Tube Length (Nasal)
•Airway Exchange Catheter
•Fluid Bolus (Trauma/DKA)
•Hypertonic Saline 3%
4) Induction Agents
5) Muscle Relaxants
6) Muscle Relaxant Reversal
•Sugammadex (Moderate Blockade)
•Sugammadex (Deep Blockade)
•Sugammadex (Immediate Reversal)
The easy to use interphase and organisation into the above categories means the user can quickly find the information they need and make this application a real joy to use. Important design features include:
•The option to enter age in ‘Years, Months and Days’ or as ‘Date of Birth’
•If known weight can be entered in ‘Kg’ or ‘Lb/Oz’
•If weight is not known the application will provide an ‘estimated weight’ using your preference of the Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) formulae or the 50th centile for age and sex from World Health Organisation (WHO) growth charts
- Mobile network compatibility - You no longer need to be connected to wifi to download your programs
- Delete programs from device
- Sort by recently viewed, latest downloaded and hide completed programs
- Board Review purchasers can access content directly through mobile app
- All Access and My Choice subscribers can now search, select and download from the entire Audio Digest library from their device
- Ice Cream Sandwich Compatibility update
For over 55 years, Audio Digest has provided the most convenient way to stay up to date on current, relevant, and unbiased scientific and clinical information. Audio-Digest produces CME/CE audio programs, delivered to physicians and healthcare professionals as a subscription service. ADF is accredited by the ACCME® to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
With the new ADF Apple Mobile App you can access your Audio Digest programming and CME/CE testing at your fingertips.
• Access all audio programs and written summaries
• Read the written summary while listening to the audio
• Take CME/CE tests and submit them for credit
• Receive automatic alerts to download the latest issues to your mobile device.
• Listen and read offline after downloading the content to your mobile device.
Current Subscribers, please follow these steps:
1) Login using your online services username and password, or;
2) If you do not have an online account, press the Create Account button on the App or visit www.audiodigest.org/createaccount.
3) Login to the App by using your newly created username and password
4) Access your latest issues and complimentary programs.
For instructions on how to load previous issues please visit www.audiodigest.org/applemobile
Not a subscriber? You can still download this app for free then register for complimentary programs by:
1) Pressing the Create Account button on the app or visiting www.audiodigest.org/register
2) Login to the App using your newly created username and password
Please contact us with your comments and questions at email@example.com.
The SecurAcath is indicated for use in the U.S. for intravenous access catheters such as PICCs and CVCs.
Recognizing that complete documentation is essential in today’s healthcare environment, this calculator app provides users with key data, including the relevant AUC indication number, the AUC score, a summary of the patient’s case and a link to a printer-friendly reporting sheet that can be added to the patient’s chart.
Download the app today and join the interventional and invasive cardiology community in tackling continuous quality improvement (CQI) in the cardiac cath lab.
The SCAI Quality Improvement Toolkit was originally developed with support from Daiichi Sankyo, Inc. and Lilly USA, LLC. This program is also supported by AstraZeneca. The Society gratefully acknowledges this support, while taking sole responsibility for all content developed and disseminated through this effort.
● Lumber Puncture
● Urinary Catheterization
● Blood Pressure Recording
● Intravenous Cannulation
● Nasogastric Intubation(Gastric Lavage)
● Tube Thoracostomy
● Blood Transfusion
● Intramuscular Injection
● Subcutaneous Injection
● Intra-dermal Injection
● Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation
● Central Venous Catheterization
● Arterial Blood Gases
● Venous Cutdown
● Suprapubic Urinary Catheterization
● Ascitic Tap
● Pleural Tap or Thoracentesis
These topics has been explained under the following topics
If any suggestion or errors, kindly contact us. If you like this app, share it with your friends and rate us.
This tool is made of 10 animations related to cardiology and cardiovascular disorders :
- Angina pectoris
- Aortic stenosis
- Atrial fibrillation
- Congestive heart failure
- Heart attack / Myocardial infarction
- Heart catheterization
- Ischemic stroke
- Normal sinus rhythm
- Permanent pacemaker
- Pulmonary embolism
Cardiological is a free service provided to medicine by Servier.
This application is intended for educational purpose only. Persons using the data within for medical purposes should not rely solely on the accuracy of the data herein.
As per regulations, this application is restricted to heath care professionals only.
Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging is an official clinical, peer-reviewed journal of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS). The AGS is an international not-for-profit association of over 6,700 health professionals dedicated to improving the health, independence and quality of life for all older people. To assist in this mission, Annals of Long-Term Care publishes important clinical and practical content focused on all areas of long-term care and is read by the key clinicians within the field including medical directors, attending physicians, consultant pharmacists, geriatric psychiatrists, directors of nursing, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. The journal's Editorial Advisory Board consists of leading experts in the areas of geriatrics, veteran affairs, nursing, family practice, clinical psychiatry, ethics, and aging.
Topics include critical limb ischemia, limb salvage, renal artery disease, embolic protection, aortic stent grafts, and carotid artery intervention, all of which speak to a varied audience of invasive cardiologists, vascular surgeons, interventional neurologists, neurosurgeons, interventional radiologists, nephrologists, endocrinologists, and podiatrists.
Nearly 13,000 podiatrists, podiatry residents and podiatry students receive Podiatry Today each month. Podiatry Today offers feature articles written by leading podiatrists in the field and a bevy of regular columns including the following: Diabetes Watch, Surgical Pearls, Orthotics Q&A, Dermatology Diagnosis, Sports Medicine, Treatment Dilemmas, Wound Care Q&A, Practice Builders, Technology In Practice, New Products and the Forum.
Podiatry Today also offers three annual theme issues: the diabetes theme issue (March); the wound care theme issue (July); and the heel pain theme issue (November).
Regularly covered clinical topics include: flatfoot, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, hammertoes, diabetic foot ulcers, diabetic foot infections, the Charcot foot, crossover toe deformity, onychomycosis, barefoot running, negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), orthotics, tinea pedis, hallux valgus, equinus, total ankle replacement, ankle arthrodesis, peripheral arterial disease (PAD), bunionectomies, bioengineered alternative tissues, skin substitutes, adult-acquired flatfoot, laser therapy, platelet-rich plasma, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), calcaneal osteotomies, chronic wounds and many more.