Why buy an already outdated paper pocket reference that will become wrinkled, stained, misplaced and forgotten?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.
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✔ 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
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Consistently ranked in the top 200 medical apps in over 50 countries!!
ERres is an easy-to-navigate bedside tool containing the various calculators, 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 that works on all of your Android devices. 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!?!?
"This app is fantastic. Great on android, great on iPhone. Reasonably priced, simple to use and crammed with useful information. I. Love. It." - Lifeinthefastlane.com
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Below is a limited list of features:
- Common findings
- Elimination by dialysis
- Prevent absorption
- Specific toxins
- CSF analysis
- Intraosseous needles
- Local anesthetics
- NIH stroke scale
- IVC/fluid status
Intubation and sedation:
- Post-intubation care
- 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
- Westley croup score
- Common drips
- Hypertensive emergency
- IV fluids
- Local anesthetics
- Acid base
- Allergy and anaphylaxis
- Burns (referral, rule of 9's)
- Cardiology (Duke criteria, STEMI guidelines, ECG section)
- Dental (ellis classification, teeth numbering)
- Endocrine and lytes (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, visual pathway)
- Pulmonary (asthma treatment, predicted peak flow rates)
- Head (TBI guidelines, CT decision rules, RSI in head injury)
- 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)
- More (hemorrhage classification, rabies prophylaxis)
- Weight based tape
- Acute otitis media
- APGAR score
- Elbow ossification centers
- Fever guidelines
- Febrile seizures
- Salter-harris fractures
- Sick neonate differential
- Vital signs
The MOST CURRENT 7th Edition – now in full color!
Written by clinicians engaged in the day-to-day practice of emergency medicine, this handy manual is derived from Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine, 7e, the field’s most trusted text. Composed of brief chapters focusing on clinical features, diagnosis and differential, and emergency management and disposition,Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Manual is designed to help you provide skillful and timely patient care.
Packing a remarkable amount of information in a compact presentation, this expanded and revised edition is enhanced by:
• A full color design with an increased number of photos and line drawings
• Numerous tables, making information easy to access
• Completely revised and reorganized content to match current practice
• Expanded pediatrics section and new chapters on Low Probability ACS, Thromboembolism, Occlusive Arterial Disease, Nausea and Vomiting, Bowel Obstruction and Volvulus, Acute Urinary Retention, Renal Emergencies in Children, Food and Water-Borne Illnesses, and Hip and Knee Pain
With its unmatched authority and easy-to-use organization,Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine Manual belongs in the pocket of every clinician working in an acute care setting.
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.
Prognosis : Emergency Medicine contains 15 completely new cases which will challenge your diagnostic and management skills to the maximum.
Experienced MDs should expect an exciting challenge.
Residents and Medical Students can expect to gain excellent risk-free exposure to real-life clinical scenarios.
The 72 existing 'Emergency Medicine' cases released in "Prognosis : Your Diagnosis" are also included, bringing all emergencies under a single roof!
Each case can be completed in a few minutes, making it an ideal tool for keeping up to date, or even for quick revision before recertification or examinations.
The emergency medicine scenarios covered include:
1. Acetaminophen Poisoning
2. Acute Appendicitis
3. Acute Compartment Syndrome
4. Acute Encephalitis
5. Acute Epiglottitis
6. Acute Glomerulonephritis
7. Acute Head Trauma
8. Acute Hematogenous Osteomyelitis
9. Acute Myocardial Infarction (LBBB)
10. Acute Myocarditis
11. Acute Ovarian Torsion
12. Acute Pericarditis
13. Adrenal Crisis
14. Aortic Dissection
15. Asthma Exacerbation
16. Atrial Fibrillation
17. Bacterial Meningitis
18. Basilar-type Migraine
19. Bell’s Palsy
20. Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo
21. Biliary Ascariasis
22. Boerhaave Syndrome
24. Brugada Syndrome
26. Cardiac Tamponade
27. Cerebral Venous Thrombosis
28. Cervical Epidural Hematoma
29. Chronic Subdural Hematoma
30. Deep Venous Thrombosis
31. Diabetic Ketoacidosis
32. Dieulafoy’s Lesion
33. Digoxin Toxicity
34. Ectopic Pregnancy
35. Emphysematous Cholecystitis
36. Exercise Associated Hyponatremia
37. Fitz-hugh-curtis Syndrome
38. Guillain–barré Syndrome
39. Heat Stroke
40. Heterotopic Pregnancy
41. Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State
42. Hypertensive Emergency
43. Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy
44. Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
45. Ica Dissection
46. Infectious Mononucleosis
48. Isolated Gall Bladder Injury
49. Kawasaki Disease
50. Lactic Acidosis, Metformin
51. Lateral Medullary Syndrome
52. Lemierre's Syndrome
53. Meckel's Diverticulum
54. Mesenteric Ischemia, Arterial
55. Multiple Sclerosis
56. Myasthenia Gravis
57. Myxedema Coma
58. Omental Infarction
59. Peptic Ulcer Disease
60. Peripartum Cardiomyopathy
61. Pneumocystis Jiroveci Pneumonia
63. Primary Hyperparathyroidism
64. Prinzmetal's Angina
65. Pulmonary Embolism
66. Red Degeneration
67. Renal Artery Aneurysm
68. Retropharyngeal Abscess
69. Reye Syndrome
70. Right Ventricular Myocardial Infarction
71. Rupture of a Popliteal Cyst
72. Salicylate Toxicity
73. Sigmoid Volvulus
74. Spinal Epidural Abscess
75. Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
77. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
78. Superior Mesenteric Artery Syndrome
79. Superior Vena Cava Syndrome
80. Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy
81. Temporal Arteritis
82. Tension Pneumothorax
83. Thyrotoxic Periodic Paralysis
84. Tick Paralysis
85. Tumor Lysis Syndrome
87. Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome
- Does hanging blood make you nervous 'cause you can't remember if the antigens are on the blood cells or in the plasma?
- Can't remember the normal heart rate for all those pediatric age groups?
- Is that family member at the bedside bugging you about what 37.3° means?
- Trying to remember if the coma scale starts with a 4, 5, or 6?
- Maybe you get a little sweaty under the collar when those STEMI's come in, and you know you need to move fast, fast, fast?
Well, here is the Cheat Sheet set for you.
From pediatric vital signs, the coma scale, and a temperature conversion chart, to vaso-active drip rates, intubation drugs, and recommended ETT sizes & depths, these cheat sheets put critical information at your fingertips to help you manage your critically and acutely ill patients in a seemingly effortless manner.
Impress your MD's! Hand them a syringe with just the right amount of RSI drug pulled up. Make a meaningful contribution to the conversation about what is causing a patient's Anion Gap Metabolic Acidosis, or whether to give them TPA.
If you have a lot of knowledge in your brain, but just not always the ability to access it flawlessly and confidently, in the moment, then try Heather's Nursing Cheat Sheets. Your little nurse's helper!
Application Features: Zoomable, scrollable high resolution images giving very quick and easy access to the information you need.
Disclaimer: The information in these cheat sheets is compiled from multiple sources. Always know your own facility's protocols.
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.
The Oxford American Handbook of Critical Care provides an evidence-based quick reference guide to the specialty, including therapeutic and monitoring devices, drugs and fluids, and specific organ system disorders and complications. It gives fast and reliable answers to questions that practitioners and trainees encounter in the ICU. The iPhone version uses concise, bulleted text, illustrations, and tables via keyword search and book marking.
• Puts daily ICU management guidance at your fingertips
• Problem oriented
• Detailed and authoritative
• Quick reference format, yet comprehensive coverage
Authors: John Kellum, Scott Gunn, Mervyn Singer, and Andrew Webb
Publisher: Oxford University Press
MedHand Mobile Libraries offers a SUBSCRIPTION FREE application without edition upgrade. The apps enables you to make notes, search, add bookmarks and review what you previously been reading.
MedHand delivers what you need, trusted knowledge at the point of care! Offering most trusted and well recognized medical guidelines provided by excellent publishers like Oxford University Press, McGraw-Hill, PDR Network LLC, Wiley and more.
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available updated set of notes and checklists that allow for rapid reference of key information. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.
If there are some issues with downloading from the app market, you can alternatively find a link to the apk at wikem.org
- This version provide streaming movies so you a good Internet connection.
- This App will not occupy memory of your phone.
- The content of this app is powered by YouTube. We are a curator providing direct access to content which is publicly available.
- We are not responsible for any copyright issues as the app provides access to YouTube videos as is.
- We did not create or upload any of the videos to YouTube. The rights to the videos belong to their respective owners/creators/producers. For any copyright infringement issues or complaints, please contact YouTube directly
MedCalc 3000 is the most popular and comprehensive Medical Calculator system on the web. It has been highly acclaimed, reviewed and tested over the last 12 years.
MedCalc 3000 Pulmonary encompasses pertinent medical equations, clinical criteria sets, decision tree tools and dose/unit converters used every day by Pulmonary specialists. Now you can put this invaluable resource in the palm of your hand!
AaPO2 Correction for FIO2
Carbon Dioxide Production
Closing Capacity to Total Lung Volume Capacity
Closing Volume to Vital Capacity Ratio
Epoprostenol (Flolan) Infusion Rate Calculator
Functional Residual Capacity
In-Flight PaO2 Estimations
International Normalized Ratio of Prothrombin Time (INR)
Lung Age Estimation for Smoking Cessation Counseling
Lung Volume Multicalc®
Mean Vascular Pressure (systemic or pulmonary)
Nasal Canula Oxygen Fractional Inspired O2 (FIO2) Estimate
Oxygen Content of Arterial Blood
Oxygen Content of Venous Blood
Oxygenation Index (OI)
paO2 / FIO2 Ratio (for MODS Calculation)
PaO2 Correction for FIO2
Peak Expiratory Flow Prediction
Peak Expiratory Flow Variability in Asthma
PFT Adjusted Predicted Values Adults
PFT Predicted Values for Children
PFT Predicted Values for Adults
Pneumothorax Degree of Collapse
Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
Residual Volume to Total Lung Capacity Ratio
Right to Left Shunt Fraction Qs/Qt
Systemic Vascular Resistance
Total Lung Capacity
Winter's Formula for Expected PCO2
Clinical Criteria Sets included:
BODE Index for COPD Survival Prediction
Community-Acquired Pneumonia Severity Index (PSI) for Adults
CURB Pneumonia Severity Score
CURB-65 Pneumonia Severity Score
DVT Probability: Ambulatory Score System (Constans, 2003 paper)
DVT Probability: Kahn Score System
DVT Probability: St. Andre Score System
DVT Probability: Wells Score System
Epworth Sleepiness Scale
Gurd's Diagnostic Criteria for Fat Embolism Syndrome
Lung Cancer One Year Risk Estimation (for smokers)
MODS Score: Multiple Organ Dysfunction
Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Prediction in Children with Pneumonia
Pneumonia Mortality in Nursing Home Patients by Logistic Regression
Pneumonia Mortality Prediction in Nursing Home Patients
Pneumonia Mortality Predictor In the Elderly
Pneumonia Probability in Nursing Home Patients
Pneumonia Risk in Post Operative Period of Non-Cardiac Surgery
Polycythemia Vera Diagnostic Criteria
Pulmonary Embolism Risk by Pisa Study
Pulmonary Embolism Wells Score
Pulmonary Fibrosis Survival Prediction (CRP abbreviated model)
Pulmonary Fibrosis Survival Prediction (CRP complete model)
Respiratory Failure Risk in Post Operative Period of Non-Cardiac Surgery
SARS Prognosis Predictors
Solitary Pulmonary Nodule Malignancy Risk
Tuberculosis Risk Prediction
Decision Trees included:
Anthrax Screening for Exposed Patients
Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation
Asthma Hospitalization One Year Risk
Influenza Diagnosis and Treatment
Mycoplasma Pneumoniae Prediction
SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) CDC Case Definition
To practice, teach and learn medicine based on solid, literature based evidence, MedCalc 3000 provides easy to use, interactive tools for your Evidence-Based Medicine.
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!
The Washington Manual™ of Critical Care contains easy-to-read algorithms for the management of more than 80 medical and surgical problems encountered in the intensive care unit (ICU).
- Invaluable tool for medical students and postgraduate trainees facing ICU rotations
- Comprehensive coverage addresses 80 medical and surgical conditions faced by residents in the ICU
- Easy-to-read color algorithms assist in the management of ICU emergencies and in the performance of routine procedures
- Handy appendices provide fingertip access to common equations in the ICU, drug-drug interactions, and common drug dosages and side-effects
- Includes new topics related to Pulmonary Embolism, Clostridium difficile and Other Infectious Causes of Diarrhea, Maternal-Fetal Critical Care, Alternative Hemodynamic Monitoring & Functional Hemodynamic Monitoring