The ASCVD Risk Estimator provides easy access to recommendations specific to the risk estimates produced by the calculator. Additionally, the app includes readily accessible guideline reference information for both providers and patients related to therapy, monitoring, and lifestyle.
HCC Helper© brings all you HCC coding information together on your mobile device, automatically categorized by body system. It is the most comprehensive implementation of the CMS model with updates to the 2012 coding model. It lets you compare the current ICD9 with it’s ICD10 equivalent and helps you achieve more accurate coding. HCC Helper is available for the Andriod, works without an internet connection, so you can always use your helper internet free and cost free. Enjoy!
- Efficient calculation of patient’s HRR score
- Results can be printed or exported for inclusion in patient’s files
- Password protected for patient privacy
- Interprets entries using the time tested HRR instructions
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone or Android tablet
- Saves time
You can now use select tablets and smart phones to enter patient results by touch screen when administering the HRR Pseudoisochromatic Plate test. These results are then interpreted into a recommended diagnosis based on the rules from the original HRR Instructions. Then patient file can be immediately updated via e-mail or PDF. Patient privacy is maintained by password protected entry. Since the actual HRR Plates are used by the patient, the integrity of the color test results is maintained.
Testing results can be entered based on binocular or monocular (recommended) examination. The name of the test administrator is also logged for future reference. Output choices support presentation of the results for occupational testing. Further, the ability to compare the patient’s HRR results over time is especially important with Tritan errors resulting from drug toxicity.
The app also includes a copy of the Color Vision Tutorial which highlights the growing importance of color vision testing in terms of occupational applications and acquired color deficiencies such as those resulting from a long list of prescription and OTC drugs.
Detailed information and bibliographic references for each formula
Support for US and SI units
Search for equations by name or keywords
Customizable list of favorite equations
Formulas, scores, and classifications include:
Abbreviated Mental Test Score
Absolute Neutrophil Count
Alveolar Gas Equation
Anion Gap (Urine)
APGAR New Born Assessment
Arterial Oxygen Content
Basal Energy Expenditure
Body Mass Index
Body Surface Area (Boyd, Dubois, Heycock, Mosteller)
Canadian CT Head Rules
Cardiac Output (Echo)
Cardiac Output (Fick)
Corrected Calcium (Albumin)
Corrected Calcium (Protein)
Dyspnea Scale (MRC)
Estimated Allowable Blood Loss
Fractional Excretion of Sodium (FENa)
Fractional Excretion of Urea (FEUr)
GFR (Creatinine Clearance)
Glasgow coma Scale
Glasgow Outcome Scale
Infusion: IV drip Rate
Mean Airway Presure
Oxygen Tank Duration
Parkland Burn Formula
Ph - Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation
Rapid Shallow Breathing Index
Renal Failure Index
Systemic Vascular Resistance
Venous Oxygen Content
Well's Criteria (DVT Risk)
Well's Criteria (PE Risk)
See http://www.medfixation.com/nursecalc for complete list and more screenshots.
Please contact us if you have questions or calculator requests. NurseCalc will be updated regularly with new features and more clinical equations. NurseCalc is for Nursing Students, Nurses, and others health care professionals.
It depends on four clinical parameters evaluated on diagnosis. Using the score the patient can be assigned to one of three risk groups.
The MIPI Calculator allows to enter the clinical parameters and prompts the resulting MIPI score as well as the according risk group.
Choice of language and of cholesterol an metric units
By selecting the gear icon you can change the language (English or Spanish), the units of cholesterol (mmol/l or mg/dl), and the metric units (decimal or imperial cm in feet and inches)
Initial calculation of individual risk
It is very easy to use. By entering in six different criteria about the individual and selecting the option “calculate,” the approximate risk of developing significant cardiovascular diseases in the next 10 years is calculated (myocardial infarction, angina pectoris, stroke).
It is considered low risk to show an incidence rate less than 10% in 10 years, or less than 1% a year. Another way to interpret these results is that 1 out of 100 people in this situation is at risk each year; 10 people in a decade. On the other extreme, very high risk would be more than 40% in the next 10 years, indicating that of 100 people, 4 will suffer from cardiovascular disease per year, and 40 will show signs in the next 10 years; almost 1 out of 2.
The calculator is more precise when cholesterol levels are introduced, however it allows for calculation without this number- if it is not available.
What would happen if...
Once the risk estimate is obtained, it evaluates different ways that it can be modified by correcting factors such as tobacco use, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. It is considered ideal not to smoke, to have blood pressure lower than 140/90 and cholesterol levels under 200. Through this calculation, the users can see how quitting smoking lowers their risk by half, or that by changing any one of those 3 factors the estimated risk shifts from very high to very low, demonstrating how one can influence their outcome. Age and sex cannot be modified, and although diabetes is entered in as part of the analysis, it is not based on blood sugar levels or other criteria.
Validation of this application
We created an algorithm that replicates the use of the classic color charts. The validation process took place in different phases. For the current version, 100 random cases were independently compiled and classified independently by a group of doctors and technicians, using the calculator and the form. Next, the discrepancies were analyzed. Of the 100 cases, total concordance was found after correcting a typing error in the calculator and 4 classification errors in the color chart. This gives us the certainty that the algorithm reflects the exact use of the classic charts and facilitates the estimation of risk and the eventual benefits of making improvement. Nevertheless, we welcome any detection of unexpected errors.
The calculator helps to stratify patients according to stroke risk and bleeding risk, based on the presence of various risk factors. Stroke risk can be determined using either the CHADS2 score or the CHA2DS2-VASc score – an extension of the CHADS2 scoring system incorporating additional risk factors – while the HAS-BLED score is used to assess bleeding risk.* Creatinine clearance can also be calculated (according to the Cockroft-Gault equation) to measure a patient’s renal function, which is often reduced in the elderly and requires dose adjustment of some drugs that are cleared by the kidneys.
A review of international guidelines for antithrombotic therapy in AF, which are based around stroke risk, is also included, along with directions to further reading in the form of supporting literature.
focus-AF Limited is an independent company owned and governed by internationally renowned clinical experts in AF. The mission of focus-AF Limited is to improve AF patient care. focus-AF.org is a central repository for high-quality educational materials, supporting the mission of focus-AF Limited.
focus-AF.org is committed to educating healthcare professionals to support patients with AF. Through educational activities, practical management and implementation tools, the goal of focus-AF.org is to achieve specific objectives, including to:
• Enhance the understanding of AF and the burden of stroke in this patient population
• Highlight the importance of effective management of patients with AF, particularly stroke prevention
• Assess potential strategies to address unmet clinical needs in AF
• Convey the scientific rationale behind potential new treatments and their practical implications for patient care.
The guarantors of focus-AF Limited are responsible for maintaining the scientific content, objectivity, and relevance of focus-AF.org. The site is supported by Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH, the founding sponsor.
* Gage BF et al. JAMA 2001;285:2864–70; Lip GYH et al. Chest 2010;137:263–72; Pisters R et al. Chest 2010;138:1093–100
This updated calculator provides more accurate non-linear computations and an updated interface for mobile devices, providing rapid and intuitive risk assessment. Additional features include:
• Population histograms with high-, medium- and low-risk markers
• New 1- and 3-year calculations
• New calculations provide probabilities directly, bypassing scores
• Adjusted “Mini-GRACE” algorithm (for use when serum creatinine and Killip class may not be available)
• The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator app has been defined as a medical device under the Medical Device Directive (MDD) 93/42/EEC and has been CE-marked to indicate compliance with the Directive
The GRACE 2.0 ACS Risk Calculator uses the following powerfully predictive clinical risk factors to calculate the probability of adverse events:
• heart rate
• systolic blood pressure
• creatinine levels*
• Killip class*
• ST-segment deviation
• elevated troponin or other cardiac biomarkers
• cardiac arrest at admission
*Substitute factors (renal failure, diuretic use) may be used when creatinine measurements or Killip class are unavailable. The calculator automatically implements the adjusted “mini-GRACE” algorithm in such cases.
The GRACE Risk Score has been extensively and independently validated, but any medical decision must be based on a complete clinical assessment and not on the use of this risk calculator in isolation. Developed by AS&K Communications for the University of Edinburgh and University of Massachusetts Medical School.
It calculates the following outcomes:
- Coronary heart disease (CHD)
- Myocardial infarction
- Cardiovascular disease (CVD)
- Death from coronary heart disease
- Death from cardiovascular disease
This application has been provided with the hope that it will be useful, but without warranty, implied or explicit, of fitness for a particular purpose. The author will not accept responsibility for anything. No applications can be good as your medic.
The interactive application "CV-Risk and prevention" was developed for clinical practice to calculate cardiovascular risks for individual patients and typical patient profiles. This risk assessment may assist in prevention of cardiovascular diseases. Individual risks can be identified, controlled and reduced by medication and/or lifestyle changes.
The probability to develop a CVD is most frequently the result of multiple interacting risk factors. These factors were analyzed to determine the 10-year risk of coronary heart disease (Framingham Score), the 10-year risk of fatal cardiovascular disease (SCORE Chart), personal risks, and the patient’s position in the processes of the cardiovascular continuum. Because diabetes influences the cardiovascular risk, either the determination of the diabetes risk by the DRS-score or the diabetes associated vascular risk IRIS II score were integrated.
How to use it:
After choosing a predefined patient profile, the risk calculator screen appears. Individual patient parameters can be individually modified such as gender, age, BP, lab values, etc.
On the right side calculated results of the risk evaluation, the scores and a list of individual lifestyle risks and measures are displayed. A PDF- report for the patient with important risk factors, targets, and advices for lifestyle changes can be generated.
In the personalized CV risk continuum all risks and the patient&apo;s position on the way to develop of renal or CV disease, are highlighted.
The section "Micardis evidence based benefit" presents the study-based risk minimization by MICARDIS therapy and offers a direct access to the study in the STAR Trial database "Evidence in Cardio & Vascular Protection".
The QUICK GUIDE provides a more detailed description of the program.
The referenced study used more than a million PCI procedure datapoints collected in the CathPCI Registry to build a 10 factor bleeding risk model. The NCDR data used was quality validated and audited.
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Based on the research published in the following paper:
Sunil V. Rao, Lisa A. McCoy, John A. Spertus, Ronald J. Krone, Mandeep Singh, Susan Fitzgerald, Eric D. Peterson, An Updated Bleeding Model to Predict the Risk of Post-Procedure Bleeding Among Patients Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: A Report Using an Expanded Bleeding Definition From the National Cardiovascular Data Registry CathPCI Registry, JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, Volume 6, Issue 9, September 2013, Pages 897-904, ISSN 1936-8798, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcin.2013.04.016.
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The risk scores currently assessed include: RCRI, RRI, SLIP, MICA, and 4 others.
This app is targeted towards perioperative practitioners conducting a risk assessment in the preoperative period including health care providers in anesthesia. The data for this first version of this program was designed by an anesthesiologist, but we will be implementing more risk scores as the need arises, so please let us know what scores or sets of scores are valuable to you!
This tool is designed to be used by experienced medical practitioners who can appropriately interpret the results of these scores within the mindset of the entire patient's treatment. This tool is not appropriate for use by a lay-person.
The analysis provided by this tool is based on the scores developed by several research teams who published their results. Each score provides a reference to the original research that was published and it is encouraged that all users utilize this material and review the hard work done by these researchers to create these scores.
Sound clinical judgment and patient assessment should never be overruled by a tool such as this.
This app is enabled to function with Samsung's Multi-Window and Pen-Window features (available on specific devices only).
"Pooled Cohort Risk Equations, 2013"
***From the new ACC/AHA Guidelines***
The ASCVD 10y Risk Assessment algorithm presented here is the new "Pooled Cohort Risk Equations" from the Guideline on the Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk of the ACC/AHA.
It calculates the 10-year primary risk of ASCVD (atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease) among patients without established cardiovascular disease who are between 40 and 79 years of age. You can also compute the traditional Framingham Risk, NCEP, Metabolic Syndrome, BMI, GFR, etc.
ASCVD Risk App is part of MediCalc®, the best and most comprehensive "Medical Calculator System™" in the world (continuosly updated). It performs automatic computation of more than 300 clinical formulas, equations & scores "commonly used" in medical practice.
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