If you have suggestions, features you'd like to see, or complaints, please email us!
EP Mobile -- The Swiss Army Knife of Electrophysiology!
- NEW: Right ventricular hypertrophy criteria
- NEW: Drug reference with creatinine clearance toolbar
- NEW: Creatinine clearance calculator
- Pacing tricks: Para-Hisian pacing and RV apex vs base pacing
- Drug dose calculators: dabigatran, dofetilide, rivaroxaban,
sotalol, apixaban and edoxaban
- Warfarin clinic weekly dose calculator
- Interval to rate conversion
- QTc calculator (Bazett, Fridericia, Sagie and Hodges formulas)
- Atrial fibrillation risk scores (CHADS2, CHA2DS2-VASc)
- Bleeding risk scores (HAS-BLED, HEMORR2HAGES)
- ICD in-hospital complication risk score
- Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy risk score calculator
- Syncope risk scores (SF Rule, Martin, OESIL, EGSYS)
- CMS (Medicare) ICD guidelines calculator
- VT localization algorithms
- Epicardial vs endocardial VT
- Outflow tract VT
- Mitral annular VT
- WPW accessory pathway location (Arruda, Modified Arruda, D'Avila, and Milstein)
- Atrial tachycardia localization algorithm
- Entrainment mapping
- Date calculator
- Body weight calculator (ideal and adjusted body weight)
- Long QT diagnosis, subtypes and ECG patterns
- Long QT drugs
- Short QT syndrome diagnosis
- Brugada syndrome diagnosis
- Brugada drugs
- LVH ECG criteria, including Romhilt-Estes score and others
- ARVC/D 1994 and 2010 diagnostic criteria
- Normal EP values
- Wide complex tachycardia algorithms
- Copy risk score results to the clipboard for pasting in reports
Categories: Medicine, Cardiology, Electrophysiology, Arrhythmia.
EP Mobile is free, open source, and available under the
GNU GPL v3 license. Source code is at https://www.github.com/mannd/epmobile.
Authors : Prof. Josef Kautzner, M.D., Ph.D., FESC, Petr Peichl M.D., Ph.D., Department of Cardiology, IKEM Prague, Czech Republicc
This is the lite/preview version of "CARDIO3® Atlas of Cardiac Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia" – reference/learning tool for cardiologists, internists and other physicians evaluating electrophysiology images and ECG.
- Lite version of this education tool has limited number of excellent quality EP cine/images
- Lite version requires Internet connection
- The database of samples at our server is regularly updated and extended
Feel free to visit our cardiology website WWW.CARDIO3.COM for support. In case of any issue we respond to your emails quickly at email address email@example.com. Copyright © 2013 REKESh Comp Ltd.
1,000 multiple choice fact, scenario and case-based questions
Correct answers and explanations to help you quickly master exam content
Take exam as many times as you wish
Score transcripts with missed key words to help you evaluate areas that need further study
Sync your app and receive the latest version of previously purchased questions
Pass your Boards
The mission of Knowledge Testing is to help you pass the test. We do this by providing high quality, peer-reviewed, educationally sound questions written by leading educators.
Knowledge Testing, LLC
Cardiovascular disease remains the major cause of morbidity and mortality throughout developed countries and is also rapidly increasing in developing countries. Cardiovascular medicine and the specialty of cardiology continue to expand, and the remit of the cardiologist is forever broader with the development of new sub-specialties. The Oxford Handbook of Cardiology provides a comprehensive but concise guide to all modern cardiological practice with an emphasis on practical clinical management in many different contexts. This second edition addresses all the key advances made in the field since the previous edition, including interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, and pharmacology. It expands the remit to medical students and the more junior doctor while retaining the level of detail required by more senior practitioners within the field.
-Provides rapid access to essential clinical information for use on the wards and in the clinic
-Includes specialist sections on common diagnostic tests, management of cardiac problems in pregnancy, and cardiology in developing countries
-Assists readers in unfamiliar territory and is the perfect aide-memoire for the basics
New to this edition:
-Addresses all the recent key advances in the fields of interventional cardiology, electrophysiology, and pharmacology
-Now more relevant to medical students and junior doctors, but still retains the level of detail required by more senior practitioners within the field
-Features a major new chapter on drugs for the heart, and includes specific sections on hypertension management and hyperlipidaemia management
Readership: Cardiology trainees and junior doctor as well as consultant cardiologists
Audience: This Oxford Handbook 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.
Editors: Punit Ramrakha and Jonathan Hill
MedHand Mobile Libraries offers a SUBSCRIPTION FREE application without edition upgrade. MedHand is the exclusive partner of Oxford University Press, publishing the latest editions of their Medical Handbooks series.
MedHand applications improve your performance with relevant, valid material that is accessed quickly at the point of care!
Offering the most trusted and well recognized medical guidelines provided by excellent publishers such as McGraw-Hill, RPS, PDR Network LLC, Wiley-Blackwell and more.
IMPORTANT: AirStrip Cardiology™ is intended for use by clinicians (users) who care for patients. In order to use AirStrip Cardiology, your healthcare facility must have purchased and installed AirStrip Cardiology. For more information, please visit www.airstriptech.com
Also part of the AirStrip ONE enterprise healthcare mobility solution, AirStrip Cardiology is a pioneering mobile solution that allows clinicians to review the extent of a patient’s ECG history and completely changes the way that cardiac waveform data can be viewed, reviewed, and interacted with.
In simplest terms, AirStrip Cardiology can allow for more timely treatment of the cardiac patient; whether in the pre-hospital or in-patient space. Furthermore, AirStrip Cardiology can allow for unprecedented collaboration between Emergency Medical Systems, Emergency Department and Cardiology teams – especially when transporting potential AMI and STEMI patients.
AirStrip Cardiology provides a native application from which the original ECG data is rebuilt with sharp, full detail at the highest possible resolution - no more muddy-looking faxes, emails or PDF’s. The core features of AirStrip Cardiology are the following:
-Users can receive 12 lead ECG waveforms and other data wirelessly from certain Emergency Medical Services (i.e. an ambulance) and the hospital ECG management system.
-Users can access and interact with this data anytime, anywhere on their mobile device via the native AirStrip application using a cellular connection or Wi-Fi.
-Users can see clear and accurate waveforms and can detect differences of less than .05 millivolts (.5 millimeter).
-AirStrip mobilizes ALL 10 seconds of the digital information obtained from the 12 lead ECG sources; not just the three seconds chosen by the ECG machine.
-Users can simultaneously scroll through a full 10 seconds for all leads while retaining the traditional 12-lead layout.
-The compound zooming feature allows for a “pinch zoom” functionality for the 12-leads which allows for a visual clarity of 1/10th of a millimeter while retaining the traditional 12-lead comparison layout. This means the system maintains perspective of the view in all leads while the user is focused on pinching and zooming on one lead. The aspect ratios are always preserved.
-Users can see a full presentation of analysis algorithms for 12 leads.
-Users can readily access, review and compare past ECGs by comparing the full 12-lead view or comparing individual leads between two ECG's side by side.
-Users can set any of the leads as the rhythm strip, see all available beats and control which beats.
-Users can quickly define which leads they want to compare in a 10 second, stacked view analysis.
-Users can use the Measurement Tables to review electrophysiological parameters and measurements of the lead (waveform) data.
Browse new issues and read new Articles in Press throughout the month, or jump to the featured articles with a tap!
Download issues while reading: no need to wait
Get to the content you want more quickly and conveniently with streamlined layouts and navigation
Interact with figures, tables, multimedia and supplementary content
Login once with your ACC member credentials and stay logged in with “Keep me logged in”
Personalize your experience with My Reading List, Notes, save articles for offline reading, share articles via social media, email useful content, and much more!
Minimum requirements: Android Version 4.3
ABOUT JACC Journals
The American College of Cardiology (ACC) publishes highly influential journals in the area of cardiovascular medicine. The four current titles in this family of journals included in this app are:
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology. The best read cardiovascular journal worldwide, with an international reputation for excellence. It is consistently rated the number one benefit of membership in the American College of Cardiology, and is one of the most highly cited and influential journals in the area of cardiovascular medicine. JACC publishes peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of cardiovascular disease, including original clinical studies, experimental investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the art papers, viewpoints, and editorials and essays interpreting and commenting on the research presented.
Cardiovascular Imaging. Provides readers with a broad, balanced view of all aspects of cardiovascular imaging. The Journal includes original clinical research on non-invasive and invasive imaging techniques including echocardiography, CT, CMR, nuclear, optical imaging, and cine-angiography. Advances in basic science and molecular imaging which are likely to substantially influence the clinical practice of medicine in the next decade (in diagnostic performance, understanding of the athogenetic basis of the disease, and therapy) are also featured. Other content will emphasize imaging for the practicing cardiologist, advocacy and practice management, and state-of-the-art reviews.
Cardiovascular Interventions. Encompasses the entire field of interventional cardiovascular medicine, including cardiac (coronary and non-coronary) peripheral and cerebrovascular interventions. JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions publishes studies that will impact the practice of interventional cardiovascular medicine.
JACC: Heart Failure. Publishes the most important findings on the pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and care of heart failure patients. The goal of JACC: Heart Failure is to improve our understanding of the disease, clinical trial, clinical outcomes, and advances in therapies through timely, insightful scientific communication. The Journal embraces interdisciplinary relationships with neuroscience, pulmonary medicine, nephrology, electrophysiology, and surgery as they relate to heart failure. In addition, the Journal includes articles concerning pharmacogenetics, biomarkers, and metabolomics.
ACCESS THE JACC JOURNALS
Access the JACC Journals by using your username and password for the American College of Cardiology.
Medical Analysis -- The Junior Woodchucks Guidebook of Electrophysiology!
This is a pro bono App offered to you as a learning resource. Prof Montage has videos for all levels of cardiology training, from first year medical students to interns, residents and fellows. Other health professionals may also find it helpful.
We welcome you to explore the videos, and get involved in the discussion via the facebook page and video comment sections. Prof Montage will answer questions beneath each video, so start watching and asking to get the discussion started.
App features include:
• Browse sessions by day, pathway, or practice focus
• Search exhibitors by booth number, product/service category or specialty area
• Stay informed about hot issues, program changes and your upcoming sessions
• Wifi connection is NOT required to access the program
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.
For almost 20 years, cath lab professionals have relied on Cath Lab Digest as a trusted, educational resource. CLD focuses on providing cath lab professionals information of practical and clinical use in their working lives. It offers both continuous education and a forum through which professionals share information on best practices, the latest procedures, and ongoing concerns.
CLD strives to: 1) Educate and inform; 2) Connect our readers across the U.S. and worldwide; 3) Highlight the knowledge, dignity, and hard work of cath lab professionals. Monthly interviews with thought leaders, cutting-edge features, and an emphasis on professional exchanges ensure that Cath Lab Digest captures reader interest with every issue.
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.