This free demo version is intended to make it easier for you to make a purchase decision for the AGN emergency manual. In this way, you can get an overview of the content of the app before you buy it or sign up for a subscription.
This demo version offers the option of concluding a pro subscription that can be canceled monthly (€ 1.99 / month) as an alternative to the separately available purchase versions.
Decide on the cheapest alternative for you!
Even if a lot of content is not accessible in the free demo version, thanks to the demo version you can answer questions like the following:
• Are the medications I want included?
• Which indications are covered?
• Are the required scores, algorithms and other content available?
• What content is in the Standard version and what content is only available in the Pro version?
• What additional functions do the purchase or subscription versions offer?
• How does the app "feel" and how do the calculators work?
The emergency primer "Medications and guidelines in emergency medicine", which has already been sold 58,000 times, is now available as an internet-independent, interactive emergency app. Hundreds of medications, dosages, scores, algorithms, ventilation parameters in emergency medicine and intensive care medicine as well as anesthesia can now be calculated in a matter of seconds. A children's quick calculator shows you all the cardiopulmonary parameters and dosages for a child, for example a newborn weighing 3.5 kg. All scores and tables (GCS, APGAR, ASA, NACA, NYHA, Baxter, VIP, BMI etc.) are operated interactively by simply tapping on the screen. All dosages are stored with a calculator that calculates bolus doses as well as continuous applications at lightning speed - from newborns to obesity permagna. For example, the app provides not only the simple resuscitation dose of adrenaline, but also the setting of the perfusor for a toddler in cardiogenic shock - or do you prefer vasopressin (Pressyn)?
The primer not only offers tailor-made information for emergency doctors and paramedics in the rescue service, but also for all doctors working in practice and clinically, especially for doctors and qualified nurses in anaesthesia, intensive care and emergency medicine< /b>.
The search is carried out in a flash from a wide variety of perspectives: From the full-text search via commercial or non-proprietary names or via indications, you will always find your way quickly and from there to related terms and explanations, if desired. A glossary explains every term and every abbreviation used precisely and can be called up directly from the texts. Medical algorithms can be operated interactively and ventilation or intubation parameters can be called up or calculated quickly and easily. Other useful functions such as a note and favorites function as well as emergency telephone numbers that can be dialed directly round off the comprehensive app.
The AGN emergency primer is recommended by: ÖRK (Austrian Red Cross), ÖNK (Austrian Society for Emergency and Disaster Medicine), ARC (Austrian Resuscitation Council), ÖBRD (Austrian Mountain Rescue), IKAR-CISA (International Commission for Alpine rescue services) and the MC (Medizinercorps Graz)
• Standard version as a one-time purchase with an in-app upgrade option to the Pro content: https://goo.gl/46Akql
• Pro version as a one-time purchase: https://goo.gl/5aJ1s5
• Pro version as a subscription: Please install this demo version. If you wish, you can take out a Pro subscription within this app.
Note on app permissions: The location data permission is only required for the optionally activated "Share my location" function and must be explicitly permitted with current Android versions.