Over 20,000 health care providers use the application on iOS and Android!!!
*****Some Reviews from iOS users******************
Acid Plus continues to be the leading ABG Calculator for the iPhone-iPod touch. I have been a PA-C for 11yrs practicing Nephrology and interpret ABGs daily. This App is spot on, excellent work guys. I strongly recommend this App without reservation for all.
As a resident, I can't emphasize enough on how useful the app is. I used it extensively in the critical care setting and it works great!!!!! Very accurate and extremely easy to use. You should definitely get it.
I'm a medical student who is going through the core medicine rotatation. I have used this app several times to analyze ABG's and it does the job quite well. You can recall previous entries with the refresh button. The graph mode that shows you were you are on the blood gas spectrum is also very helpful.
- Ralf Lukner
Ideal for MDs, PAs, RNs, RTs, EMTs, and med students, everything you need for acid-base calculations is put right in the palm of your hand. No more ABG cards or guesswork.
With an intuitive design and easy-to-read display, Acid Plus makes it a breeze to answer even the most complex acid-base problems in seconds. Just turn the device to landscape view to get a colorful graph with an arrow highlighting the disorder.
• Fast, accurate input using the dial
• Primary calculations including partial and complete compensations using anion gap with delta delta
• International support for kPa
• Ability to discern complex acid/base problems with secondary disorders
• See the anion gap and delta delta displayed on-screen with metabolic acidoses
• First ABG app to use the easy rotating picker for entering values
• Detailed views listing common causes of the primary acid-base disorder
• Optionally display base excess to gauge severity of a disorder
• Rotating your device right or left to landscape view reveals a colorful acid-base graph
• Real-time bouncing arrow pointing to the correct disorder on the graph
• Set your own institution's anion gap easily for personalized results
• Save and recall your most recent ABG for quick review
• Available on iOS devices for over 2 years and used by nearly 20,000 users with reliable results!
This is an free application for all medical personal followed by the Pediatriconcall page relating to http://www.pediatriconcall.com/fordoctor/pedcalc/calcmain.aspx
Calculators included are categorized as follows:
» Head Circumference
» Predict Height
» Mid Parental Height
» Body Surface Area (BSA)
» Body Mass Index (BMI)
» Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
» Conversion of Temperature Celsius to Fahrenheit
» Conversion of Weight From Pound to Kg
» Conversion of cm to inches
» Serum Osmolality
» Bicarbonate & Base Excess
» Fractional Excretion Of Sodium
» Creatinine Clearance
» Creatinine Clearance (Schwartz Formula)
» Normal Values Of GFR
» Anion Gap Calculator
» APGAR Score
» Ovulation Date Calculator
» Pregnancy Due Date Calculator
» Conception Date Calculator
Blood Pressure Calculator
» Blood Pressure Calculator
Blood Group Detection
» Find Your Blood Group
» Alveolar arterial Gradient (A-a gradient)
» ET Size
» Normal Respiratory Rate
» Predicted Mean Peak Respiratory Flow Rates
» Corrected QTc Calculator
» Sodium Deficit in Hyponatremia Calculator
» Burns Fluid Requirement Calculator
Drug Dose Calculators
» Emergency Drug Formula
Diarrhea Solution Calculators
» Diarrhea Solution
» IV Rates Calculator
Blood Reference Values
» WBC Count
» Coagulation Profile
» Blood Indices
» Immunoglobulin IgG Subclass Levels
» Immunoglobulin Reference Values
» Serum Complement Reference Values
» Lymphocyte Reference Values
» Corrected CSF WBC Count for RBC`s Calculator
» Corrected Reticulocyte Count Calculator
Endocrine and Antibody Tests
» Thyroid Function Test
» Antibodies & Their Associated Diseases
» Drugs Interaction Calculator
*Supports API levels 8 & above (Android 2.2 and above)
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A-a Gradient EquationA - a gradient = PAO2 - PaO2 Where:
PAO2 = alveolar PO2 (calculated from the alveolar gas equation)
PaO2 = arterial PO2 (measured in arterial blood)
The Alveolar Gas EquationPAO2 = PIO2 - PACO2/R
Where: PIO2 = FIO2 x (760 mmHg - 47mmHg) = inspired O2
- FIO2 = 21% at sea level atmospheric pressure = 0.21
- 760 mmHg = atmospheric pressure at sea level
- 47 mmHg = H2O pressure
PACO2 = arterial PCO2 measured in plasma
R = respiratory exchange ratio or respiratory quotient = 0.8 under normal conditions
Values and MeaningThe normal A-a gradient is < 10 mmHg, but can range from 5-20 mmHg in a normal individual. An increased A-a gradient suggests a diffusion defect, V/Q (ventilation/perfusion) defect, or right-to-left shunt.
Sodium is the major positively charged ion (cation) in the fluid outside of cells of the body. The chemical notation for sodium is Na. When combined with chloride (Cl), the resulting substance is table salt (NaCl).
The normal blood sodium level is 135 - 145 milliEquivalents/liter (mEq/L), or in international units, 135 - 145 millimoles/liter (mmol/L). Results may vary slightly among different laboratories.
[Na] - ([Cl] + [HCO3]) = [other anions] - [other cations] = "Anion Gap"
A serum osmolality test measures the amount of chemicals dissolved in the liquid part (serum) of the blood. Serum osmolality can be calculated by measuring the amounts of sodium, glucose, and blood urea nitrogen (BUN) in the blood.