Die Durchführung eines Thrombose-Risiko-Assessments zählt zur einer leitliniengerechten
Herangehensweise an eine Thrombose-Vorbeugung (Prophylaxe) oder Behandlung (Therapie).
Für die Indikationen Prophylaxe Chirurgie, Prophylaxe Innere Medizin, Therapie einer tiefen
Venenthrombose und Therapie einer tiefen Venenthrombose mit Lungenembolie bietet die TRAMAPP
mobile Informationen zur richtigen Medikation.
Die TRAM-APP arbeitet patientenindividuell: nach Eingabe wichtiger Patientenparameter (Alter,
Gewicht, Geschlecht, Nierenstatus) wird ein Dosisregime, beispielhaft für ein niedermolekulares
Heparin, und eine Empfehlung zur Verfügung gestellt, die Sie bei Ihrer täglichen Arbeit in der
Praxis unterstützt – auch bei speziellen Patienten, die in Blutgerinnungsfragen diffiziler zu
betreuen sind (Alter, Niereninsuffizienz, usw.).
Die Ergebnisse können zur Patientendokumentation gespeichert und per Mail versandt werden –
z.B. zur späteren Dokumentation in der Patientenkartei.
Basis für die Ergebnisse und Diagnose-Tools sind die Empfehlungen rezenter Leitlinien, die von
führenden Experten auf dem Gebiet der Blutgerinnung entwickelt wurden. Auszüge aus den
Leitlinien und ein Fachinformations-Service runden die TRAM-APP ab.
Ein Service-Tool von sanofi, das Sie ab jetzt immer dabei haben – auch beim Hausbesuch.
Prevent and treat thrombosis quickly and effectively.
Prevent or treat life-threatening venous thromboembolism in adult hospital inpatients using these authoritative and comprehensive guidelines used by doctors and allied health professionals at some of UK’s leading NHS hospitals.
Thousand of lives could be saved every year if health professionals were better at preventing and treating venous thromboembolisms that may arise during hospital stays. Thrombosis Guidelines gives health professionals quick access to the information they need to prevent, diagnose and treat thromboses in adult inpatients. Created by the Professor of thrombosis and haemostasis and the team at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, this quick reference tool can help clinical staff administer safe, appropriate anticoagulation to adult patients.
•Initiation of warfarin therapy
•Monitoring and adjustment of warfarin therapy
•Management of unfractionated heparin infusions
•Management of over anticoagulation and reversal of warfarin therapy
•Investigation and management of a suspected deep vein thrombosis
•Venous thromboprophylaxis in medical and surgical patients.
The CL-App contains a calculator to aid in calculation of the Modified Skin Weighted Assessment Tool (mSWAT) score as well as the following information sections:
- CLIPI score calculator for prognosis calculations in cutaneous B cell lymphoma
- WHO EORTC Classification
- Mycosis Fungoides / Sezary Syndrome Staging
- Non-MF/Sezary syndrome staging tables
- UK Cutaneous Lymphoma Group / British Association of Detmatology Guidelines
- EORTC Guidelines for B Cell Lymphoma
- End Points and Response Criteria
This clinical practice guideline provides evidence-based recommendations that aim to support the acute management of the bleeding trauma patient, which when implemented may improve patient outcomes.
• Based on the full publication:
Management of bleeding and coagulopathy following major trauma: An updated European guideline. Spahn DR, Bouillon B, Cerny V, Coats TJ, Duranteau J, Fernández-Mondéjar E, Filipescu D, Hunt BJ, Komadina R, Nardi G, Neugebauer E, Ozier Y, Riddez L, Schultz A, Vincent JL, Rossaint R. Critical Care 2013;17:R76.
• Developed by members of the multidisciplinary Task Force for Advanced Bleeding Care in Trauma
• Endorsed by leading professional societies
• Complete graded clinical practice recommendations
• Summary of published evidence behind each recommendation
• Searchable index
• Bookmarking for faster reference
• Graphic overview of recommendations
• Link to the open-access full publication
Treat patients quickly, safely and effectively.
Junior doctors have quick and easy access to a wealth of clinical information with the Patient Safety Manual. Common clinical conditions and reference materials are available in this comprehensive patient safety manual created by consultant doctors at one of the UK’s leading NHS Foundation Trusts.
The Patient Safety Manual gives junior doctors quick access to the wealth of information they need to treat their patients safely. Created by senior consultants from Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, this patient safety manual is an invaluable guide to common clinical situations, such as chest pain, alcohol withdrawal or hypertension, and commonly needed reference material, such as optimum fluid management, common drug doses and clinical scoring systems.
•Bookmarking for even quicker reference
•Commonly used clinical storing systems
•Fluid and electrolyte management
•Common drug doses
•Management of acute presentations
The Patient Safety Manual has been compiled by:
Eammon Sullivan (Deputy Chief Nurse)
Mark Kinirons (Consultant Geriatrician)
Adrian Hopper (Consultant Geriatrician)
This free app, based on the National clinical guideline for stroke 2012 (Royal College of Physicians) provides guidance on how to care for someone after they have suffered a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA). It is designed specifically for patients and their carers, in collaboration with the Stroke Association. You will find answers to key questions about stroke care, and advice on how to prevent a further stroke or TIA. The app also gives you guidance about rehabilitation after stroke, both immediately after the event and for the months and years that follow. With one click, you can telephone support organisations or visit their websites for further advice. You may find it useful to take this along to consultations, and use it in conjunction with the professional version.
• An intuitive index that provides information about stroke and TIA, which contains
• Suggested questions to ask your stroke professional(s)
• Information about support organisations, with
• Immediate access to their websites and contact details
This app provides immediate access to the National clinical guideline for stroke 2012 (Royal College of Physicians), which provides comprehensive guidance on the stroke care pathway from acute care, through rehabilitation and secondary prevention on to long-term support. It informs healthcare professionals, stroke survivors and their carers, and those responsible for commissioning services about the care stroke patients should receive and how this should be organised. Its goal is to improve the quality of care for everyone who has a stroke, regardless of age, gender, type of stroke, or where the patient is. It is relevant to people in all countries.
• An intuitive index that covers a range of topics and the relevant recommendations
• Profession-specific guidelines
• Interactive algorithms to aid clinicians in the management of patients
• User-defined bookmarks
• A full navigable guideline