1. Estimated absolute cell frequencies
2. Estimated percentages in normal human peripheral blood
3. A description of each cell type, including surface antigens and cell size
4. Video protocols on processing human blood sources, including whole blood, PBMC, leukapheresis and buffy coat, for specific cell isolation
5. Video protocols on isolating specific cell types
6. The option of requesting a printed version of the application as a wallchart for your laboratory
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Manual Cell Counter for Differentiate Peripheral Blood cell with Corrected WBC
Plus Cell Counting and cell count calculator based on Neubauer chamber
Near future feature (v2.1.0):
- Calculate % of diff data
- Record and Retrieve history data of cell count & cell diff with custom name of record
• BMI - Body Mass Index Calculator
• BSA - Body Surface Area Calculator
• CIRS - Cumulative Illness Rating Scale
• R-IPI - Revised International Prognostic Index
• MIPI - MCL international prognostic index
Bloodref.com is available inside this application.
CLL: CLL score, Binet & Rai staging, response criteria
Lymphoma staging: Ann Arbor, Lugano (GI), cutaneous lymphoma
Lymphoma prognosis: FLIPI, FLIPI2, Hodgkin early stage risk, IPS (Hasenclever Index), IPI, MIPI, MIPIb, R-IPI
Waldenström: ISSWM prognosis
PLASMA CELL DISORDERS
Myeloma: Asymptomatic myeloma prognosis, myeloma diagnosis, ISS staging, response criteria
MGUS: MGUS risk
AML: AML classification, relapse prognosis
CML: CML EUTOS score, Sokal & Hasford scores, response criteria
MDS: MDS diagnosis, IPSS, IPSS-R, WPSS
MPD: ET diagnosis & risk, myelofibrosis diagnosis, prognosis & response, PV diagnosis, SM diagnosis
Other myeloid: AA classification, CMML diagnosis, CMML MDAPS prognosis, HLH diagnosis, JMML diagnosis
HEMOSTASIS & THROMBOSIS
Bleeding: ISTH bleeding criteria, HSC bleeding criteria, type 1 vWD diagnosis, vWD types 2 and 3 features
Thrombosis: vWD diagnosis, HIT diagnosis (4T’s), Wells’ score for DVT
STEM CELL TRANSPLANT
Graft versus host disease: aGVHD staging and grading, cGVHD risk score
Other: EBMT transplant risk, VOD diagnosis & severity
SUPPORTIVE CARE & CALCULATORS
Calculators: body surface area, ideal & adjusted weight
Other: ECOG/WHO performance status, Karnofsky performance status
In addition, HemCIS mobile application includes a mobile interface for Hematology Clinical Information System www.hemcis.com.
You just select the location of chamber where you counted the cell and fill the number of cell and then click the calculate button. The application will automatic calculate the density of cell in mL and uL for you.
The optional, You can calculate the total cell in stock with tool bellow of this mode after you got a number of density of cell.
You can select the location of chamber where you want to count a cell, then you will get a button for click a while you counting and calculate its after counting finish.
This app includes:
1. Multiple images of individual colony sub-types, such as BFU-E, CFU-E, CFU-GM/G/M, CFU-GEMM and Pre-B from human, mouse and rat samples
2. Various cell sources (cord blood, bone marrow, peripheral blood and spleen) to choose from
3. Detailed instruction on how to accurately identify each specific colony sub-type
4. Suggested MethoCult™ media formulations recommended for each specific colony sub-type
5. A comprehensive technical resource library including free wallcharts, webinars, videos, technical tips etc
CellCount also replaces the use of expensive cell counter hardware, optimizing costs.
Easy navigation. Clear tables. Short descriptions of the most common and important lab values.
All values are given with the international system of units (SI Units) and conventional units (US C Units).
***Dear users, if you see content only in Russian please change language to English in the settings.
1.1 Clinical blood analysis
2. Blood chemistry
2.1 Protein metabolism
2.2 Carbohydrate metabolism
2.3 Lipid metabolism
2.4 Hemoglobin metabolism
2.5 Enzymes (liver, pancreas)
2.6 Iron profile
3. Cardiac markers
4. Liver function tests
5. Lipid panel
6. Blood gases and acid-base status
8. Hormones and mediators
8.1 Common hormones
8.2 Sex hormones
8.3 Thyroid hormones
9. Tumor markers
10. Urine analysis
10.1 General urine analysis
10.2 Nechiporenko's test
10.3 Zimnitsky urine sediment count
10.4 Urine 24 hours
11. Gastric secretion
12. Feces analysis
14.1 Immunoglobulin A
14.2 Immunoglobulin M
14.3 Immunoglobulin G
14.4 Immunoglobulin E
14.3 Complement system
14.4 Interleukin 1
14.5 Interleukin 6
14.6 Interleukin 8
14.7 Interleukin 10
14.8 Tumor necrosis factor
15. Cerebrospinal fluid
17. Drug levels
The program is for reference purposes and is intended for medical students and doctors.
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Already suspected a diagnosis but forgot which laboratory test would prove?
Have you noticed that laboratory values undergo a change as your location?
ClinicLab is the best laboratory application, because with it you can add all the tests you want with your own comments, observations and directions in all exams in addition to indicate the main power situations, pathological or physiological, in that they can be with the values raised or lowered.
The application has been designed for helping professionals and students of saúde.Med. Since they can make their own laboratory encyclopedia pocket. Physicians, nurses, students, and others can enjoy this great app to lab.
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Version 2.8: Minor change to "add notes" feature/parameter section. Temporarily removed due to critical issues on certain devices.
Blood gas status plays a key role in evaluating the condition of critically ill patients. Evaluation of blood gas parameters can be divided into subgroups of oxygen status, related metabolic parameters and acid-base status.
Because each subgroup consists of several parameters, the amount of data to interpret may be overwhelming.
Radiometer’s blood gas app is an easy-to-use guide to assist you with this task.
The app supports the following languages:
Danish, English, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.
The app opens in default language chosen on your device. Specific choice of language can be made through the device settings. Select another default language manually by clicking the settings icon on the default opening screen (bottom right).
The app offers guidance to the evaluation of arterial oxygen status based on comprehensive blood gas analysis (including oximetry) and a closely related metabolic parameter, lactate.
Users can add and edit their own reference intervals as well as notes for individual parameters.
In addition, Radiometer’s new app provides a description of the parameters available on Radiometer‘s blood gas analyzers, including blood gas and acid-base parameters, metabolic parameters and electrolytes, as well as guides to evaluating them.
Although such a guide always has to be used with caution, as not every possible detail or condition can be covered, it can help the clinician make decisions with regard to the need for further tests and therapeutic interventions.
This App is an interactive quiz game whereby the player must answer three rounds of multiple choice questions and correctly complete six mini-game challenges to achieve a training certificate.
Can you answer 100% of questions correctly and collect all 6 mini-game stars?
The App is designed for all healthcare professionals who conduct blood gas testing.
This App considers the following areas of blood gas pre-analytics:
Sample Treatment and Transport
The game is supported by a fully referenced Course Material section as well as sections for Mini-game Practice and review of your Best Scores.
Once you have completed the game you can email your on-screen certificate which provides a permanent record of your achievement.
The information contained in the App is derived from the Roche cobas® Academy e-learning courses v2.03 (2013) and the Roche 'Critical Care Testing - A Quick Reference Guide' - Dr Phd. Andrew St. John, Roche Diagnostics, Mannheim, Germany, First Edition (April 2001).
Studies show that preanalytical errors are the reason for 62% of all errors in laboratory medicine . "The diagnostic consequences depend on the magnitude of the preanalytical error. In worst case, these errors may lead to mistreatment of patients; in all cases, these errors are an extra workload for the hospital staff involved" .
This app focuses on the preanalytical phase of blood gas testing and what operators can do to avoid errors. The recommendations are based on existing literature and international best practices.
Examples are constructed, unless specific reference is given, with the purpose of illustrating the consequence of preanalytical errors.
The content provided here is owned and maintained by Radiometer Medical ApS, a Danish limited liability company with its registered office at Åkandevej 21, 2700 Brønshøj, Denmark ("Radiometer"). For more information on Radiometer, go to www.radiometer.com.
 Carraro P et al. Errors in a stat laboratory. Types and frequencies 10 years later. Clin Chem 2007; 53,7: 1338-42.
 Wennecke G. Useful tips to avoid preanalytical errors in blood gas testing: electrolytes. www.acutecaretesting.org Oct 2003.
The handbook part describes several types of errors that can occur during and after sampling and gives tips on how to avoid such preanalytical errors. As a key feature, the handbook section contains videos showing how to properly collect a blood gas sample by arterial puncture, through an arterial line or by capillary sampling.
Exceptionally high or low values of a given parameter may be due to one or several types of preanalytical errors. The troubleshooting section is a good tool when you are experiencing difficulties evaluating if measured results reflect patient status or if a preanalytical error may have occurred.
How good are you at avoiding preanalytical errors in blood gas testing? Test your knowledge about how to avoid preanalytical errors.
Blood test result Values gives both non-medical readers and health professionals a fast-navigable and clearly structured overview of the main routine laboratory parameters and possible causes of their increase and decrease.
Each result contains important clinical information, critical lab values, differential diagnoses and etc. The Normal Lab Values are clearly arranged, alphabetically ordered and quickly located.
Whether you are a patient looking for answers that might reassure you about your health, or a medical practitioner seeking quick confirmation regarding a particular test, this app puts the information into the palm of your hand.
This app shows the content onto your mobile device or tablet, meaning you won’t be dependent on an Internet connection to navigate to the information you need, when you need it.
Includes labs from biochemistry, haematology (hematology), immunology, toxicology, microbiology, virology and genetics departments plus common screens from neurology, respiratory, rheumatology, endocrinology, cardiology, gastroenterology and oncology.
It's also possible to see to which blood groups you can donate blood and from which groups you can receive blood.
If you have any suggestions, bugs or problems please, feel free to mail me and I'll get working on it as soon as possible!
Billing: Used for donating.