* 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.
The 12-Lead ECG Challenge app presents a wide variety of cardiac pathologies including a special emphasis on acute STEMI and the STEMI mimics, electrolyte imbalances and others. If you are responsible for cath lab activation, this program is ideal for honing skills and preventing false activation.
Each case begins with the patient complaint and the actual field or hospital 12-lead ECG. You will be able to examine each 12-lead and come to a diagnostic conclusion. ECGs are expandable and movable for easy viewing on phones, computers or tablets. After choosing “answer” you will see a detailed analysis of the strip – many times with highlights graphically superimposed over the strip itself to show areas of interest.
The 12-Lead ECG challenge allows you to choose 5, 10 or 20 strips at a time as well as a feature allowing you to exclude strips you have already mastered from the program.
• Phone or tablet- no problem! ECGs expand and move on your screen for easy viewing.
• 150 high-quality 12-lead ECGs.
• Strips are presented with the actual patient complaint/scenario.
• Detailed rationale answers including actual diagnosis and graphical reference demonstrating key points on the ECG itself.
• Highlights acute STEMI, STEMI mimics, cath lab activation recommendations, electrolyte imbalances, and other cardiac and atypical presentations and anginal equivalents.
NOTE: This app contains 150 high-quality 12-lead ECG images and detailed graphic explanations. To provide this quality, the app is a large download. Android requires 91mb of available space (45mb cache for download and 45mb for product install). Some phones do not have this space available. If you have the needed space and get an error you may need to clear your market cache in order to download. Also due to size, downloading over a wireless network is preferable to the cellular network.
NOTE: Purchase of this app will not provide the user access to the lc-ready.com web site
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.
• A unique, handbook-sized, practical training guide on modern invasive cardiology
• Provides clear instructions and tips on how to perform a comprehensive cardiac catheterization study
• Features a detailed guide to performing coronary angiography and report findings
• Includes a separate section on performing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)
• Presents key information in an easily accessible format for cardiology, nursing, and technical personnel
Cardiac Catheterization and Coronary Intervention is the first handbook-sized practical training guide for cardiology medical and technical personnel who want easily accessible, detailed information on how to perform a comprehensive left and/or right heart catheterization procedure, choose the correct catheter for coronary and graft angiography, perform a diagnostic coronary angiogram and interpret and understand their findings. Based on international cardiology and interventional society guidelines, it aims to demystify the investigations while remaining authoritative and concise
Readership: Specialist cardiologists, cardiology trainees, technicians and specialist nurses
Audience: Oxford Specialist Handbook in Cardiac Catheterization and Coronary Intervention is intended for a UK audience as well as other areas which follow UK medical practice including Europe, Australia, the Middle East, India and East Asia.
Authors: Andrew Mitchell, Nick West, Paul Leeson, and Adrian Banning
MedHand Mobile Libraries offers a SUBSCRIPTION FREE application without edition upgrade. The apps enables you to make notes, picture notes, search, add bookmarks and review what you previously been reading. The app also contains a set of medical calculators.
MedHand delivers what you need, trusted knowledge at the point of care! Offering most trusted and well recognized medical guidelines provided by excellent publishers like Oxford University Press, McGraw-Hill, PDR Network LLC, Wiley and more.
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.
● 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
These topics has been explained under the following topics
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Pediatric Critical Care Guideline for Cardiac Intensive Care
* a comprehensive free guide to pediatric intensive care, with a specific focus to management of congenital cardiac disease
* basic and advanced physiology
* anesthesia, analgesia and sedation in PICU
* pharmacology, pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics
* specific CICU problems and management
* Cardiac defects with diagrams and cath laboratory data
* Heart Failure, Ventricular Assist and ECMO
* Resuscitation Guideline USA, UK, Australia
* All references updated and linked to Pubmed
+ Emergency Drug Calculator for quick and easy calculation of emergency drugs
+ save cardiac defect pictures to include in your own presentation
+ updated multi functionality for iPhone, iPad, iPod and other smartphones
+ preferred reading list to quickly navigate to your topics
+ improved search function
** This guideline summarises guidelines from different CICUs, but it is only a guideline and does not substitute local clinical experience, clinical evaluation and / or judgement of each individual patient.
The guideline is available for free for iPhone, iBook (not updated version 4.0), Smartphones or on the web.
*** web: http://www.picudoctor.org
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