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About this app

NeoMate helps neonatal staff to provide the best possible care for unwell babies in the hospital setting. The app offers drug, infusion and fluid calculations, concise checklists for common clinical problems, and quick reference information to guide acute neonatal intensive care.

NeoMate is based upon established guidelines used by the London Neonatal Transfer Service (NTS), an organisation that transfers unwell babies between neonatal units in London and the South East of England. By standardising the care given to babies, it is hoped that the app will improve safety by reducing variability of prescribing practices and local guidelines between different units.
Updated on
Sep 15, 2023

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Data is encrypted in transit

Ratings and reviews

482 reviews
J (Lp0b33)
May 13, 2022
Guidelines and protocols needs regular updates. Great app, have used it in multiple emergency situations. But it would be great if the guidelines and protocols could be updated regularly. As some of it is different to current practice.
4 people found this review helpful
A Google user
April 24, 2019
Effective, and easy to use. Helpful in times of stress by automating the math outside my head.
12 people found this review helpful
Padmesh Vadakepat
January 6, 2024
Superb app. Very useful in NICU. Looking forward to regular updates

What's new

New version of the app to update various sections.
- Updated dose of adrenaline to latest Resuscitation Council guidelines.
- Atropine dose adjusted to BNFc
- Max weight reduced from 7kg to 6kg
- BAPM guideline update to include infographic
- CFM guide working again
- Clinic growth charts: infants born at 37-42 weeks are now plotted at their precise age, and not at 40 weeks (as was previously recommended on paper charts)
- External links now working
- Various other minor bug fixes