Some of the procedures covered are:
Subungual Hematoma Evacuation
Bartholin Gland Abscesses
Corneal Foreign Body Removal
Foley Catheter Insertion
Incision and Drainage
Lateral Orbital Canthotomy
Nasal Foreign Body Removal
Nasogastric Tube Insertion
Peritonsilar Abscess Drainage
...and many more!
For Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Doctors, Paramedics, EMTs.
An internet connection is necessary for video links to work correctly.
This is the Award Winning App that has been featured in the Apple Store and now available on ANDROID!
EM:RAP October edition by Michelle Lin: Top app for emergency medicine!!
Lifeinthefastlane.com: "This app is fantastic. Reasonably priced, simple to use and crammed with useful information. I. Love. It."
Ranked in over 60 countries!!!
ERres is an easy-to-navigate bedside tool containing the various medication lists, algorithms, decision rules, clinical policies and core content most often looked up by emergency care providers.
An evidence-based and up-to-date app... continuously updated and expanded.
So why continue buying paperback references year after year when for the price of a large mocha latte you can buy ERres now and get all future updates... for free!?!?
Below is a SAMPLE list of available features.
- search function
- personal notes
- Elimination by dialysis
- Prevent absorption
- Specific toxins (acetaminophen, CCB, snakebite)
- CSF analysis
- Intraosseous needles
- Local anesthetics
- IVC/fluid status
Intubation and sedation:
- Post-intubation package
- DOPES and DOTTS
- Procedural sedation meds
- RSI meds
- RSI in head injury
- Sedation scales
- ACLS and PALS algorithms
- Code meds
- H's and T's
- C-spine clearance
- DVT and pulmonary embolism
- Knee trauma
- Minor head trauma
- Ottawa rules
- Pediatric septic hip
- Pneumonia scores
- Strep throat
- Stroke and TIA
- Syncope rules
- TIMI score for UA/NSTEMI
- Common drips
- Hypertensive emergency
- IV fluids
- Local anesthetics
- Acid base
- Allergy and anaphylaxis
- Cardiology (Duke criteria, STEMI guidelines, ECG section)
- Endocrine and lytes (DKA, hyperkalemia and thyroid storm)
- GU and renal (priapism, STD treatment, UTI/pyelonephritis)
- Heme/Onc (factor replacement, neutropenic fever, supratherapeutic INR)
- Lab values
- Neurology (seizures, spinal cord syndromes, stroke)
- OB/Gyn (OB wheel, postpartum hemorrhage, rhogam, shoulder dystocia)
- Ophtho (acute glaucoma, eye chart, visual pathway)
- Pulmonary (asthma)
- Head (TBI guidelines)
- Neck and cord (spinal cord syndromes, spine fractures, zones of the neck)
- Chest (blunt cardiac injury, hemothorax and pneumothorax)
- Upper extremity (elbow ossification centers)
- Lower extremity (bohler's angle, patella alta/infera)
- Weight based tape
- Acute otitis media
- APGAR score
- Elbow ossification centers
- Fever guidelines
- Febrile seizures
- Salter-harris fractures
- Sick neonate differential
- Vital signs
All of the vital information from the Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook is now available for Android! The Tarascon Adult Emergency App is part of the popular Tarascon® Series which is an imprint of Jones & Bartlett Learning.
The Tarascon Adult Emergency App is the ultimate portable reference for the busy emergency physician or internist! Packed with essential lists, figures, & tables, this App provides instant reminders of hard-to-remember yet vitally important clinical information. Convenient searchable reference sections include dysrhythmia protocols, emergency drug infusions, antibiotic therapy, rapid-sequence intubation, toxicology, trauma care, burn care, and much more. Busy physicians now have all the information they need from the Tarascon Adult Emergency Pocketbook at their fingertips!
Includes more than 1400 multiple choice quiz questions and 1400 flashcards. Includes glossary with common terms and definitions in thirteen (13) learning modules:
Certified ER Nurse
Billing and Coding Fundamentals
Medical Conditions & Diseases
Medicines and Drugs
Lab Tests & Results
My Custom Learning Module
- Create your own flashcards, multiple-choice and glossary
- Send multiple-choice quiz questions to friends
- Post score for global ranking
- Keep up to date with latest news and articles with the Nursing news feed.
keywords: emergency room, CEN, ER nurse, Emergency Room Nurse, ER, emergency nursing, emergency room nursing, registered nurse
Why buy an already outdated paper pocket reference that will become wrinkled, stained, misplaced and forgotten? For a fraction of the cost of even a basic printed guide, you'll never have to buy another quick reference. And you'll always be up-to-date.
palmEM is an all-in-one, rapid and succinct, evidence based emergency medicine quick reference. Internal medicine, critical care, family practice and urgent care clinicians will also find palmEM useful. The app is continually updated and expanded. Unlike several other references, updates are free and there are no yearly subscription fees.
"Doc APProvED: The relentless search for an emergency medicine app that does it all will inevitably lead to palmEM...a great quick reference for the price."
—Emergency Medicine News
"There is so much in here I don’t know where to begin. The app really seems to cover everything...Could I enthuse about this any more???"
"I was paying hundreds of dollars a year for [another app] but I’ve dumped that now. PalmEM is cheaper, prettier, faster and it’s calculators are easier to use in a hurry."
"Its succinct design works well with either the iPhone or iPad, and because it is a universal app, users needn’t be torn choosing between either well-optimized versions."
✔ ABG Interpretation
✔ ACLS & PALS
✔ Acute Limb Ischemia
✔ Acute Kidney Injury
✔ Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma
✔ Adrenal Insufficiency
✔ Airway & RSI
✔ Aortic Dissection
✔ APAP Overdose
✔ Blood Products
✔ Bowel Obstructions
✔ Brugada Syndrome
✔ Cancer Emergencies
✔ Carbon Monoxide
✔ Coagulopathic Bleeding
✔ Common Derm Problems
✔ CSF Studies
✔ CVA: BP Management, Stroke Scale, tPA
✔ DKA, Diabetes Insipidus, Diabetic Oral Meds
✔ Dermatomes, Myotomes, Reflexes
✔ Ectopic Pregnancy
✔ Electrical Injuries
✔ Electrolyte Derangements
✔ Elevated ICP
✔ Endocarditis/Duke Criteria
✔ Esophageal Foreign Bodies
✔ Gallbladder disease
✔ GI Bleeding
✔ Heart Failure
✔ Heat Stroke
✔ HTN Emergency
✔ Hypothermia & Frostbite
✔ Kanavel's Signs
✔ Kidney Stones
✔ Local Anesthesia
✔ Low Back Pain
✔ MI Complications
✔ Myasthenia Gravis
✔ Myxedema Coma & Thyroid Storm
✔ Neonatal MISFITS
✔ Neutropenic Fever
✔ Procedural Sedation
✔ PE Rules and tPA Indications
✔ Sensory Levels & Strength Testing
✔ Serotonin Syndrome
✔ Shoulder Dystocia
✔ Spinal Cord Injuries
✔ Spontaneous Ab
✔ START Triage
✔ STEMI & NSTEMI
✔ Stroke Syndromes
✔ Suicide Risk Assessment
✔ Synovial Fluid
✔ Teeth Numbering
✔ Unknown Rash Algorithm
✔ UTI and Pyelonephritis
✔ Weber Classification
Clinical Decision Rules:
✔ Appendicitis Score
✔ Centor Criteria
✔ Croup Scoring
✔ C-Spine Rules
✔ Well's DVT Score
✔ Head CT Rules
✔ Ottawa Ankle, Foot, and Knee Rules
✔ Pittsburgh Knee Rules
✔ Pneumonia Scores
✔ Pulmonary Embolism Rules
✔ San Francisco Syncope
✔ Sgarbossa Criteria
✔ TIMI Score
✔ Chest Tube Placement
✔ Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage
✔ Lateral Canthotomy
✔ Resuscitative Thoracotomy
✔ Transvenous Pacing
✔ Weight-based medication/equipment reference
✔ Abdominal Pain
✔ Crying Infant
✔ EKG Reference
✔ Febrile Seizures
✔ Fever Workup
✔ Head CT Rules
✔ Kawasaki Disease
✔ Rheumatic Fever
✔ Salter-Harris Fractures
✔ Septic Hip
Visit our website at http://www.palm-ER.com for more!
Written by a team of experts from a renowned emergency department and Level 1 Trauma Center, the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Handbook provides the clinical information most frequently used in emergency care -- in a simple, easy-to-use, and portable format.
Emergency Medicine Handbook, 5th Ed. covers:
* Critical care
* Primary care issues, such as hypertension, gastroenteritis, and pharyngitis
*Easy access to critical information.
*Authoritative drug-dosing and disease treatment tables.
*Treatment regimens for scores of common diseases.
*TIMI Risk Score, Nexus Low-Risk Criteria, and CT Grading of Solid Organ Injuries.
*ACLS and PALS algorithms.
*Pediatric and adult visual acuity charts.
Originally a privately-published book intended to serve the needs of a single hospital, the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Handbook has been an overwhelming success. The book's first edition appeared in 1990 and sold almost entirely through word of mouth. This application based on the Detroit Receiving Hospital Emergency Medicine Handbook is thoroughly revised and updated, containing the latest treatment protocols, drug dosing guidelines, diagnostic aids, and more.
* Zoom-able images
* Bookmarks & History view
* Searchable index
* Intuitive look-up lists
* Remote content updates
and much more.
A quick reference guide with index and search bars, which includes the main drugs used in emergency and intensive care, made by physicians who work "on the front line" ... and therefore know which information is actually relevant!
You will no longer have doubts regarding the drugs used in critical situations of medical action.
Doses, dilutions, standard solutions ... all easily accessible. Search bars for generic names and clinical indications...
For each drug mentioned, are arranged such information as:
- Supplied as...
- Indications & Usage
- Warnings (side effects, contraindications)
- Administration (doses, standard solutions)
- Adverse Reactions
With simple and intuitive interface, you have the information readily accessible from major shifts of the most common drugs used by doctors all over the world!
Not just a "medication guide", but a smart quick reference, which contains just important information and just the medications you use in the emergency room and ICU!
Do not waste time with tons of useless information! It´s not useful a guide with more than 10,000 drugs, if during your life you do not prescribe medical or even 5% will access information on these active ingredients! And in an emergency, time is life!
How many times have you given up searching for specific information about an important drug because of "tons of useless information" on the screen of your device?
With "Drugs in ER & ICU" it´s solved! Just important information chosen by experts in emergency and intensive care, based on reliable references and practices !
DO NOT WASTE ANY MORE TIME! ENJOY OUR PROMOTIONAL PRICE!
Information and location where you are in real time.
You can shoot a live event.
Phones of all emergency and contact centers directly.
Required for any device
This application allows you to transmit a distress signal and your location,
Allows you to set the emergency number by contact
Add this app shortcut to your desktop and press it in emergency case to save your life!
Multi-function combined to one app! Three functions with automatically 5 actions as:
1. The Alert Button will ring alert to scare out bad actor!
2. The Help Button will take two actions when pressed. One is to dail a call to preset contact, while second is to send email to preset contact.
3. The SOS Button will take two actions when pressed. One is to send a message to preset contact automatically, while second is to dial a emergency call to 2nd preset contact.
It provides a quick and simple guide to recognising important signs and symptoms, and management of common eye emergencies.
The app will also be of assistance in triaging patients to appropriate care within the health system.
The content within this app was developed by ophthalmic and emergency clinicians of the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI).
These guidelines have not undergone a formal process of evidence based clinical practice guideline development however they are the result of consensus opinion determined by the expert clinician working group. They are not a definitive statement on the correct procedures rather they constitute a general guide to be followed subject to the clinician’s judgment in each case. The consensus opinion provided is based on the best information available at the time of writing.
To help with ease of use, this manual has a high graphic content, and is subdivided into anatomy, basic ophthalmic workup (history, examination, diagnostic techniques and treatment), and management of common eye presentations.
Each of the presenting conditions is subdivided into the following sections:
• Immediate action (if any)
• Follow-up - When to refer?
+ Name and Surname
+ Blood Group
+ Notes (as allergies)
+ A list of people to call -- can call directly from the app
+ A widget to display the blood group
CORAVault™ is the application of choice for storing and carrying medical records (encrypted with a 256 bit encryption and stored on the phone’s memory card), it is a true mobile solution. CORAVault™ allows users to carry an always up-to-date health record, manage appointments, share their records in a secure manner and even manage their medications and allergies through the application. The application is personal and username / password protected.
A good example for such cases would be tragic events like 9/11, hurricane Katrina, and the California fires have showcased the benefits of electronic record keeping. Those injured or made sick by any of those events but who had their medical records available were more easily treated and have found better outcomes than those for whom no medical records were available.
As the cell phone is the most personal device known today, storing this information on the phone is key. CORAnt Emergency Widget ™ does exactly that, making emergency information available immediately, regardless of network connectivity.
CORAnet addresses the interoperability, security, functionality, availability and mobility issues that each one of us encounters, in emergency situation when in need for current, up-to-date basic medical information.