2. Selecciona la técnica ideal: Deberás seleccionar una de las técnicas a usar al momento de aplicar el anestésico. Técnicas mandibulares o técnicas maxilares.
3. Encuentra más información sobre esa técnica.
4. Selecciona una marca y la calculadora calculará la dosis indicada.
Podrás recibir esta información en tu correo electrónico.
• Community Performance – statistics showing the percentage of users who chose each response. These statistics are compiled from users' answers to OpenAnesthesia.org's "Question of the Day" feature and the OA Self Study app.
• ABA Keywords can be sorted by category, year in which they appeared on the exam, and by percentage answered correctly
• Related review questions – In the Keywords section, any keyword which appears in a question explanation is identified
• Linked references – In the explanation for each question, references are linked to keywords right in the app, or the in-app browser for article references
• Notes – take notes while you study using the audio or text notes function
• Mark questions as favorites
• Full-text search and built-in dictionary
Each review question has been written by an OpenAnesthesia physician editor and contains a complete explanation of the answer, along with helpful links to keywords and articles in OpenAnesthesia and PubMed. Many articles are linked to related podcasts and videos. The app also allows you to reset your answers and retest yourself, select favorites, and make text or audio notes.
The keywords list includes keywords and phrases from the 2008-2013 ABA in- training exams, followed by the percent of residents in their final year of training who correctly answered the question pertaining to the keyword. Keywords can be sorted by name, category, year and percentage, and most keywords have full definitions. We invite you visit OpenAnesthesia.org to create an account and contribute to the ABA Keyword section.
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Useful for all professionals who deal with drugs in the Operating Room and / or ICU.
- Information on approximately 100 drugs:
Preparation of infusion or IV push
Contraindications and/or precautions in the administration
- Direct calculation dosage per kg or lbs for more than 50 drugs
- Operating room checklist
- Adapted calculator
- Categorization of drugs by colors - ISO 26825-2008 (E)
- Sota Omoiguis (Anesthesia Drugs) - 3rd edition;
- Fármacos e Procedimentos em Anestesiologia (serviço de Anestesiologia do Hospital de São João);
- Manual de Procedimentos do Serviço de Anestesiologia do Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa Francisco Gentil EPE.
Free version without ads or any restrictions!
Support the development by purchasing the full application ... get more features including favorites list in clinical case, alarms, pediatric dosage and language selection (English / Portuguese / Spanish) ... more news on the way !!!
Note: Surgical cases vary according to surgeon, facility, and patient.
Most of my Case Tips tell you:
Summary of the surgical procedure
Specific preparation for that case (if needed)
Anesthetics commonly used
Concerns per case
IV Access needed
Related notes and facts pertinent for most cases listed.
Review notes and physiology related to certain surgical and organ categories.
This App will continuously be updated (FREE) as new procedures are created or modified.
Michael Couillard CRNA, at Novant Health System in Charlotte, NC.
Kevin West CRNA, at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC.
Tim Patterson PA, at Carolinas Surgical.
All byers will be refunded when the new version is released!
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An app to ease planning of Anesthesia!
All calculations made by AneIV are to be concidered as a guidance. Calcualtions shall always be verified by user and other person.
AneIV is an application created to ease planning of an anesthesia to a patient.
Here are all Tabs and features listed with some description:
The user supply gender, age, weight and height and AneIV will calculate Body Mass Index (BMI), Leady Body Weight (LBW), Ideal Body Weight (IBW) and Adjusted Dosing Weight (ADW) for adults and estimated weight for children between 1 - 10 years of age.
If all variables are supplied by the user, AneIV also calculates Body Square Area, BSA.
Here the user chooses what weight to use when calculating medicine doses.
With some variables supplied by the user, AneIV calculates fluidloss and how to replace this during surgery.
Estimated bloodvolume and 10, 20 and 30% loss of estimated bloodvolume is also listed.
Maintenancefluid for children during surgery.
What weight to use when calculating OR-data can be chosen in Settings.
AneIV has a list of medications and will calculate doses based on weight. What weight to use, actual weight, IBW or ABW, is up to the user to decide.
Users who have paid for AneIV can download additional lists through Settings. Downloading list number 1 gives the user all medications supported by the version of AneIV installed on device.
Users who have paid for AneIV can make theire own lists based on medications known to AneIV. See http://forum.tomylabs.com/medications/ for details.
Users can list ongoing infusions for a patient. Calculates dose per Kg per timeunit depending on drug. This makes AneIV usefull for healthcarepersonell without background from anesthesiology as well.
Based on weight and age, AneIV supplies airwayequipment to use!
In addition, based on age and weight, AneIV presents some basic vital signs.
All your favoirtes!
AneIV has an emergency-button. Here AneIV presents common emergencymedications and airwayequipment at you fingertips.
The paid version of AneIV also includes Tool(s). As of version 1.3 there are three tool, but more will be added.
Tools that is included are the Parkland burn formula, Unit Conversion and Respiratory calculations.
See homepage for more details and references : http://aneiv.tomylabs.com
How to mix the drips, all the concentrations in a simplified system.
Review notes, how they work etc…… MADE SIMPLE
The bestselling Oxford Handbook of Anaesthesia has been completely updated for this new third edition. All chapters have been rewritten and a number of new authors have been brought on board to add their expertise and knowledge.
Additional new material includes regional anaesthesia, and a comprehensive section on anaesthesia for interventional radiology, a rapidly expanding field of medical practice with particular implications for anaesthesia.
• The only truly concise yet comprehensive guide to anaesthetic practice
• Provides practical guidelines for all anaesthetists, from junior to consultant level
• Includes detailed paediatric and obstetric sections with coverage of how anaesthesia practice should be modified when dealing with these particular groups
• Includes useful appendices - a checklist of anaesthetic apparatus, an extensive drug formulary, and a list of normal values
Key sections cover preoperative issues affecting the administration of anaesthesia and techniques employed in the individual surgical specialties. The book provides practical advice covering the impact of medical disease on anaesthesia, and separate comprehensive sections on paediatric and obstetric anaesthesia are also included.
The management of emergencies arising during anaesthesia is fully covered with helpful action plans and algorithms throughout. Uncommon conditions and their management are included, and there is an extensive drug formulary and guide to infusion drugs.
As with the previous editions, this new edition will be the essential handbook for anaesthetists, both junior and experienced, for trainees sitting exams, as well as ODPs and nurses involved in theatre area work and pre-assessment. It is the one book for anyone working in anaesthesia to keep to hand at all times!
Readership: Junior and consultant anaesthetists, registrars in anaesthesia, critical care and pain management and those sitting the FRCA examinations. Operating department personnel and nurses involved in theatre area work and pre-assessment.
Authors: Keith Allman and Iain Wilson
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.
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• Intuitive data entry. Each time you add a record it is added to the existing set of records. It is possible to delete records, duplicate existing records, update and amend existing records at any time.
• Access to the data held on the Android device can be password protected in case of loss or theft.
• Data can be imported from other systems, e.g. iGas on the iPhone
• No need for WiFi or GSM/3G access when entering and editing data or generating reports.
• No need for a WiFi or GSM/3G connection in order to enter and save data or generate the reports. Data entered on each operation is saved in your mobile phone memory (security protected). You can also backup your operation data on the SD card on your phone.
o Once you have entered data you can create a backup at any time on your SD card. When you are in range of a WiFi access point (or a GSM/3G base station if you are paying for data transmission) for which you have access you can simply use the Log4AS App to email yourself another backup file that can be held on your mail system.
• Backup has an easy to read and understand Excel spreadsheet format.
o The backup files can be displayed on your PC or Mac as an Excel spreadsheet and imported back on your phone if needed.
• Reports are generated without the need for WiFi communication and can be viewed on your Android device screen for instant checking and reviewing.
o The report is stored in the mobile phone.
• You can email to yourself all the reports you have generated in one easy command so that they can be printed.
o The only times you need access to WiFi or a GSM/3G network is when you want to email another computer for backup and printing.
• The reports generated are:
• Speciality report
• Procedure report
• General Anaesthetic report
• Regional Anaesthetic report
• RSI experience report
• Obstetrics report
• Supervision report
• ASA report
• Case priority report
• Incident report (for events or incidents noted)
• Case urgency report
• Paediatrics report
• Comments report (for additional remarks noted)
• Easy to use screen locking device to prevent accidental modification of data when using the Log4AS App.
• Simple search capability so as you can find particular records for review or editing.
• Operation keyword suggestions: when you input the operation name in the record, you do not need to input the whole word, the App will give suggestions based on input letters. If you input a new operation, the App will remember the operation name and give the suggestion next time when you want to input it.
Using a simple format, it will tell you what you need to set up your room in about 60 seconds. It will guide you on the IV access, drugs, and equipment you need to do the case. It will go over pre-op, intra-op and post-op issues germane to the case.
Don't be intimidated by a case you have never done. Anesthesia 411 will give you the information you need to get up to speed in seconds. Whether you are a resident, CRNA or junior attending, this guide is a must when you need the 411.
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