In today's evidence-based Medicine an intimate knowledge of the trials is mandatory. However, the sheer number of studies, especially in Cardiology makes the orientation very difficult for the non-cardiologist. Therefore, this reference will be very useful for residents of all disciplines, family doctors as well as for any other interested health professionals. The selected 25 trials changed practice in Cardiology and the authors also put them into perspective, explaining why these studies were so important and how they influenced current practice.
// Key Features
• Get 'just the important trials' or 'just the trials that changed practice'
• Newly added sections - Chronic Stable Angina and Epidemiology
• A user-friendly quick-reference guide of the '25 trials' that had the biggest impact on clinical practice across the breadth of cardiovascular medicine
• The most critical trials that residents and non-cardiologists need to know about
• Each trial is in context and emphasizes important strengths or limitations in the interpretation of trial results
// Unique Features
• Full color images: This product includes images that help bring the content to life.
• Update Policy: Edition-based. New editions are released when the content changes significantly; there is no standard schedule for new editions.
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iBP is a blood pressure tracking and analysis tool. Please note, it is not possible to measure your blood pressure by touching the screen. A separate device is required.
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Each entry contains a short one-liner about the critical care trial and key points, which includes only the most pertinent details, such as inclusion/exclusion criteria, treatment protocols, pertinent endpoints and findings, as well as expert commentary regarding key subgroup analyses or limitations to the trial.
Want to send a colleague a citation? Use the "Share Trial" button to send a PubMed link via email. Using this feature, it’s incredibly easy to share pivotal critical care trials with students, residents, and other colleagues.
The database features 83 landmark trials related to: ARDS, cardiac arrest, DVT/PE, delirium, glycemic control, heart failure, hemorrhage, meningitis, nephroprotection, nutrition, pneumonia, sedation, seizure, sepsis/shock, spinal cord injury, stroke, and subarachnoid hemorrhage – with more trials and topics to be added on a regular basis!
This app is designed and maintained by Sean P. Kane, PharmD, BCPS -- a clinical pharmacist specializing in critical care with a background in information technology and application development.
Your blood glucose readings are stored on your Android device. They can be shared with someone who care about you via SMS text message automatically when you enter them. Reminders popup at a specified time everyday to remind you to check your blood sugar. Tap on the reminder and it will take you straight to the app.
I created this app for a friend whose has a 13 year old daughter with type 1 diabetes and was afraid to let her stay with friends for fear she'd forget to check her blood sugar and/or forget to take her insulin. He wanted to know when she checked her blood sugar so that he would not have to worry.
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The Johns Hopkins Diabetes Guide puts up-to-date, evidence-based, clinical decision support information on the management, complications, and medications for diabetes at clinicians’ fingertips.
Created by the expert physicians at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the Diabetes Guide is arranged in a quick-read format to help clinicians answer questions and improve patient care. The Diabetes Guide contains diagnoses, classifications, specific complications with diagnostic and treatment information, comorbidities, detailed drug information and indications, interpretations, “how-to” details of clinical testing, and limitations of common laboratory and radiological studies.
The Johns Hopkins Diabetes Guide is arranged in a way that lets clinicians easily browse or search for content. Each entry is easy to navigate and contains the most important information to help clinicians quickly make decisions.
With the Johns Hopkins Diabetes Guide you can:
• Answer clinical questions fast with in-depth, evidence-based information on diabetes and associated conditions.
• Review details on tests, complications, drugs, and management with expert editor comments.
• Access medical literature with reference links within each entry.
• Diabetic pregnancy coverage
• Insulin treatment options
• Valuable patient education sections
• Routine preventive care
• Vaccination guidelines
• Universal Index Search – find topics across all indexes
• Personalized favorites
Editors: Rita Rastogi Kalyani, MD, MHS; Thomas Donner, MD
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Medicine
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What's Wrong With My Heart? is a powerful heart management app, helping you to obtain better control of your heart health by tracking key data that you can view in a journal or on graphs, send to your doctor, use to assess response to medication, and much more. You can track blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, INR, weight, and medications.
Not just another blood pressure app,this app includes both detailed information including key pages about heart disease and related conditions along with action plans and management tips,and also links to video clips about common heart topics from the patient education DVD called 'What's Wrong With My Heart'.
Key features include:
•A beautiful, intuitive user interface, making it a breeze to enter all your key data on a day-to-day basis.
•A complete data tracker, for monitoring a wealth of data: blood pressure, cholesterol, custom medication doses, weight,blood sugar and INR readings.
•Enter multiple data at once: add blood pressure, medications,cholesterol all in one go.
•Create and send e-mail reports to e.g. your doctor.
•Advanced graphing options: view all your data over time on clean and beautiful graphs; and much more...
•Supports lbs and kg; mg/dl and mmol/l.
Covered the situation with fainting and nose bleeding, fever and food poisoning, insect bites and animals, thermal burns and stinging, a sharp increase in blood pressure, accidents.
How to use
According to the principle of lights:
Green light indicates what you need to do first.
Yellow - which is possible in this situation.
Red about what not to do.
To view the pictures, click once on the smaller copy.
1. Increase in body temperature
3. The sharp increase in blood pressure (BP)
4. Rhythm disturbance of the heart (arrhythmia)
5. Pain, burning, gravity in the chest
9. Electric shock and lightning
10. Food poisoning or accidental medication, technical fluid
12. Convulsions, epilepsy
13. Bee sting, wasp, bumblebee, hornet
14. Tick bite
15. Small pets bite (hamsters, mice, rats), dogs, cats, foxes
16. Snake bite
18. Burns from stinging jellyfish, corals, sea anemones, injections of fish
19. Sea urchin needlestick
20. Burns from plants
22. Frostbite and hypothermia
23. Surface wounds, abrasions
24. Severe bleeding from the wound
25. Bruises, sprains
26. Broken limbs
27. Choked on food, foreign body
28. Brain commotion
29. Household poisoning , carbon monoxide , automobile exhaust gases
31. Signs of clinical death
32. Resuscitation techniques
Idea and content:
Chaytsev Viacheslav - a doctor, a scientist, a teacher, a specialist in urgent conditions and preventive medicine with experience on five continents.
Computer embodiment and design
Evgeny Shaposhnikov - engineer, programmer.
Fedorov NM CPR. - MIA, M., 2008.
Chaytsev VG Forming of the life habits and health of the family and the school. - Press, Ryazan, 2009.
David W. Where there is no doctor. 18th pr., U.S.A., 1998.
Ireland on the Sunday Home doctor. Dublin, 2008.
Junior citizen handbook. Metropolitan police. www.ncsb.co.uk
・対応OS： Android OS 2.2以上
The ECGsource Android App (from the creators of the mobile apps CathSource and EchoSource) is a supplemental application to ECGsource.com, the largest online educational resource for electrocardiograms.
The ECGsource App for the Android OS includes the following:
-> Full-List of Searchable ECG Diagnoses and Criteria with High-Resolution Sample ECG Images*
-> ECG Video Tutorials for Beginners** (over 35 minutes of tutorial videos)
*An easily searchable rapid reference for more than 90 of the most common ECG diagnoses, including: Normal ECG, Incorrect Electrode Placement, Artifact, Atrial Enlargement, Sinus Rhythm, Sinus Arrhythmia, Bradycardia, Tachycardia, Sinus Arrest, Sinoatrial Exit Block, Atrial Premature Complexes, Atrial Tachycardia, Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia, Supraventricular Tachycardia, Atrial Flutter, Atrial Fibrillation, AV Junctional Rhythm/Tachycardia, Ventricular Premature Complexes, Ventricular Tachycardia, Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm, Ventricular Fibrillation, AV Block, (1st Degree, 2nd Degree, and 3rd Degree), Wolff-Parkinson-White, AV Dissociation, Low Voltage, Axis Deviation, Electrical Alternans, Ventricular Hypertrophy, Complete and Incomplete Right Bundle Branch Block, Left Anterior Fascicular Block, Left Posterior Fascicular Block, Complete and Incomplete Left Bundle Branch Block, Non-specific Intraventricular Conduction Disturbance, Functional (Rate-Related) Aberrancy, Anterolateral Infarction (Age Recent or Probably Acute), Anterolateral Infarction (Age Indeterminate or Probably Old), Anterior or Anteroseptal Infarction (Age Recent or Probably Acute), Anterior or Anteroseptal Infarction (Age Indeterminate or Probably Old), Lateral Infarction (Age Recent or Probably Acute), Lateral Infarction (Age Indeterminate or Probably Old), Inferior Infarction (Age Recent or Probably Acute), Inferior Infarction (Age Indeterminate or Probably Old), Posterior Infarction (Age Recent or Probably Acute), Posterior Infarction (Age Indeterminate or Probably Old), Early Repolarization, Juvenile T Waves, Nonspecific ST and/or T Wave Abnormalities, ST and/or T Wave Abnormalities Suggesting Myocardial Ischemia, ST and/or T Wave Abnormalities Suggesting Myocardial Injury, ST and/or T Wave Abnormalities Suggesting Electrolyte Disturbances, ST and/or T wave Abnormalities Secondary to Hypertrophy, Prolonged Q-T Interval, Prominent U Waves, Digitalis Effect, Hyperkalemia, Hypokalemia, Hypercalcemia, Hypocalcemia, Secundum Atrial Septal Defect, Primum Atrial Septal Defect, Dextrocardia, Chronic Lung Disease, Acute Cor Pulmonale Including Pulmonary Embolism, Pericardial Effusion, Acute Pericarditis, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, Central Nervous System Disorder, Myxedema, Hypothermia, Sick Sinus Syndrome, Brugada Syndrome, Ebstein's Anomaly, Atrial or Coronary Sinus Pacing, Ventricular Demand Pacemaker (VVI), Dual Chamber Pacemaker (DDD), and Pacemaker Malfunction.
**Over 35 minutes of video tutorials designed to assist beginners learning electrocardiogram interpretation. Tutorial topics include Understanding the Cardiac Conduction System, Understanding the Limb and Precordial Leads, Determining the ECG Rate and Axis, and Learning A Systemic Approach to Reading an ECG.
Visit us online at ECGsource.com for more information.
More than 60,000 medical practitioners have mastered ECG reading through simulation training. By repeated study of 182 total waveform reading questions and linked glossary explanations you can easily master the entire ECG collection.
Displayed waveforms are just like actual ones. This application teaches you how to focus on critical waveform points and features and hone your skills for accurate ECG reading.
Editorial Supervisor/Writer and Editor/Translation Supervisor: Makoto Akaishi (Clinical Professor of Cardiology Deputy Director, Kitasato University, Kitasato Institute Hospital)
Editorial Assistance/Question Master: Yasuo Kurita (Associate Professor, International University of Health and Welfare, Mita Hospital Heart Center)
-Tips on reading ECG monitor
-Fundamentals: How to read the ECG?7 heads
Explained in detail for use as educational tools in beginner classes.
Skill 1: Recording Paper
Skill 2: How to figure out the heart rate
Skill 3: Find the P wave
Skill 4: Check the width of a QRS complex
Skill 5: Abrupt changes in the RR interval
Skill 6: Stimulation frequency of automaticity
Skill 7: Ladder diagram
◆Visual understanding of impulse propagation
Learn from animations. By simultaneously watching the heart and ECG animations on the same screen, you can train yourself to read and understand ECGs.
1.The normal conducting system (P wave, QRS, T wave, All waves)
2.Abnormal conduction of impulse (Abnormal P wave, Wide QRS, Reentry)
3.Cardiac action potential (Phase 0-1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Phase 4, All phases)
◆Arrhythmia: Types and waveform features
Arrhythmia types are classified by category. (Not every type of waveform appearing in medical practice is covered.)
◆Various kind of ECGs
Medical terms needed for ECG reading are explained through animations and illustrations. Touch blue hyperlinks to jump to related pages and study new items simultaneously.
Easily search by waveform names and symptoms. Items are explained through animations and illustrations.
◆Diagnosis on ECG findings
Enter 4 conditions (RR intervals, Heart rate, QRS (narrow, wide, lost), and QRS follows P wave), then instantly search ECG findings for corresponding arrhythmia diagnoses.
◆Self assessment quiz (182 waveform questions)
Quizzes for beginning, intermediate, and advanced practitioners, and you can select the level. Learn to read animation waveforms quickly and select the correct name of the waveform from 4 alternatives. Read explanations and/or retry questions for immediate feedback.
Questions are given at random for effective learning. Repeated study helps you master correct reading of waveform features.m
Based on the content of Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th Edition, this powerful study tool is essential for Internal Medicine Board certification or recertification/maintenance of certification, or as a refresher for any internal medicine examination.
Reflecting the accuracy and timeliness of Harrison’s, this complete review of internal medicine features more than 1,100 review questions, many of which utilize realistic patient scenarios, including clinical, radiographic or pathologic images. Each question is accompanied by a complete answer and explanation derived from—and cross-referenced to—Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, 18th Edition. These questions are designed to bolster your understanding of pathophysiology, epidemiology, differential diagnosis, clinical decision making, and therapeutics. Each topic is covered in proportion to its level of importance on the Internal Medicine Examination Blueprint.
This app is easy to navigate, allowing you to browse the contents or search for questions. The search tool shows you choices of words that appear in the text as you type so it is quick and helps with spelling issues. It also remembers past search terms so you can go back to a question or answer very easily. Bookmark questions, add notes, view your statistics, and create customized tests on your way to mastering the content! No internet connection needed to view the full app. It is all ready for quick image and information retrieval. This app is optimized for whatever size device you are using, either phone or tablet.
This interactive app is based on the full content of Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine Self-Assessment and Board Review, 18th Edition (18e) by McGraw-Hill.
Charles M. Wiener, MD
Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine
Professor of Medicine and Physiology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Cynthia D. Brown, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
University of Virginia
Anna R. Hemnes, MD
Assistant Professor, Division of Allergy, Pulmonary, and Critical Care Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Dan L. Longo, MD
Anthony S. Fauci, MD
Dennis L. Kasper, MD
Stephen L. Hauser, MD
J. Larry Jameson, MD, PHD
Joseph Loscalzo, MD, PHD
Disclaimer: This app is intended for the education of healthcare professionals and not as a diagnostic and treatment reference for the general population.
Developed by Usatine Media, LLC
Richard P. Usatine, MD, Co-President, Professor of Internal Medicine, Family Medicine and Dermatology, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Peter Erickson, Co-President, Lead Software Developer
Instant Heart Rate is the most accurate Heart Rate Monitor app for any smartphone and it does not need any external hardware.
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Place the tip of your index finger on phone’s camera and in a couple of seconds your Heart Rate will be shown.
A real-time chart will show your every heart beat.
It uses your phones built-in camera to track color changes on the fingertip that are directly linked to your pulse. This is the same technique that medical pulse oximeters use.
Now you have a chance to track your fitness and health every-time with just your phone.
Your resting heart rate gives you a view into your hearts fitness. The fitter you get the lower your heart rate will be.
✓ Heart rate measurements
✓ Real time PPG graph - see your every heart beat
NOTE: Works best on devices with flash. On other devices it has to be used with good lighting.
• Videos that provide an overview of the 2012 HF guideline updates.
• Recommendations with key figures and tables
• Tools (PRIDE Acute HF Score & Framingham Heart Score)
• Useful drug and treatment information
• Landmark heart failure clinical trial summaries and key references
• Guideline library that contains all the CCS HF & CRT Guidelines and Updates between 2002-2013
Note: The default keyboard on certain devices may not contain a comma, which is needed for some tools. If so, please install the default Google Keyboard: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.inputmethod.latin
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