- Server: do not store, manage and exchange data with other systems.
- Tablet: a record during dialysis. And send data to the Server.
- Wireless Router: Network Management Server to connect wirelessly with a Tablet.
The following topics are covered:
...and many more. this App will definately come handy while revising for your Certification
This app is for CKD and dialysis patients to improve the healthcare delivery. To assist the patient in monitoring their improvement and/or progression of their disease through documenting and tracking their blood pressure, GFR, dialysis measurements. Record their medication list, pharmacy, list of physicians and the phone numbers, as well documentation through dates and pictures of vascular intervention.
Journals included :
- American Journal of Nephrology
- American Journal of Kidney Disease
- American Journal of Transplantation
- BMC Nephrology
- Clinical Kidney Journal
- Clinical Transplantation
- Hemodialysis International
- Kidney International
- Nature Reviews Nephrology
- NEJM Nephrology
- Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation
- Nephron Clinical Practice
- Seminars in Dialysis
- Transplant International
- Therapeutic Apheresis and Dialysis
Created by : Dr. Anass Qasem, MD
Nephrologist - Zagazig University - Egypt
Drugs works in the off-line mode.
Drugs guide is a really useful application which helps you not to be completely puzzled by numerous medicines.
Every drug has a detailed description, including pharmacologic properties, proposed clinical use, contradictions, side effects, dosage and etc. Moreover, information included in the app might be helpful and understandable both for a medical professional and a person incognizant of Medicine. With Drugs guide you may find out any medicine within a couple of seconds, using index to search by initial letters of the medicine, or classes where you may choose necessary agent and then appropriate drug. For your convenience we added “Favourites” category where you may place any medicine you take now.
Mind your health! And remember, before taking any medicine visit a doctor!
***Pay attention: the database of drugs is only in English!***
Bugs & Drugs is divided into six sections:
2. Treatment recommendations for infections in children and adults (including selected ophthalmic, fungal, and parasitic infections),
3. Recommendations for the prevention of infections,
4. Treatment and prophylaxis of dental infections,
5. Use of antibiotics in pregnancy/lactation, and
The Bugs & Drugs app is well suited for healthcare practitioners looking for an evidence based mobile reference and provides therapeutic options in a clear, concise manner.
As part of your purchase, updates will be provided at no additional charge periodically until at least March 1, 2015.
Once installed, you do not need internet access to utilize the content. Internet access is only required for initial installation of the app and to receive updates.
The content was prepared by Dr. Edith Blondel-Hill (Medical Microbiologist/Infectious Diseases Specialist, Kelowna General Hospital) and Ms. Susan Fryters (Antimicrobial Utilization/Infectious Diseases Pharmacist, Alberta Health Services) with the help of over 40 reviewers with expertise in infectious diseases, microbiology, pharmacy, and Public Health. Design and implementation of the app was provided by Saint Street and Resonant Apps.
Please note, this app is not configured for use with Blackberry devices.
700 multiple choice fact, scenario and case-based questions
Correct answers and explanations to help you quickly master exam content
Take exam as many times as you wish
Score transcripts with missed key words to help you evaluate areas that need further study
Sync your app and receive the latest version of previously purchased questions
The mission of Knowledge Testing is to help you pass the test. We do this by providing high quality, peer-reviewed, educationally sound questions written by leading educators.
Knowledge Testing, LLC
This very popular iOS App is now available for Android. Drugs can be searched for by generic name or alternative name, including many trade names. Incorporates a handy dose calculator function to automatically generate the correct dose for any individual patient as well as a continuous infusion calculator for drugs such as lidocaine. Developed by Dr Kevin Corley DACVIM DACVECC this is an essential resource for practitioners, students, residents and specialists alike.
The App is known to work on all Samsung Galaxy devices including Galaxy S, Galaxy S2, Galaxy Mini and Galaxy Note and on the Samsung Europa. It works on HTC Wildfire and HTC Desire HD. We believe it will work on all other Android devices and will refund customers if it does not work on your device. Contact us through www.veterinaryadvances.com.
• Autonomic nervous system
• Autacoids and related drugs
• Drugs for respiratory disorders
• Hormones and related drugs
• Drugs acting on peripheral nervous system
• Drugs acting CNS
• CVS drugs
• Drugs acting on kidney
• Drugs affecting blood
• GIT drugs
• Antibacterial drugs
• Antifungal, Antiviral, Antiprotozoal, Anthelmintic drugs.
• Anticancer drugs
• Miscellaneous drugs
We have made this application colorful so that it will make a perfect page memory in your mind. We hope you will find this app very informative and useful. If you like it, please do share it with your friends and colleagues.
• Friendly and easy to use.
• Easy to study and memorize.
• Important from examination point of view.
• Usage of different colors for main chapters and subcategories in the chapter e.g. magenta for main chapter, orange and cyan color for further division and topics in it.
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 Kidney encompasses all pertinent medical equations and dose/unit converters used every day by Nephrologists. With the growing emphasis on Evidence-Based Medicine, there has never been a greater need for a system such as MedCalc 3000. Now you can put this invaluable resource in the palm of your hand.
Aminoglycoside Clearance Estimate
Anion Gap Delta Delta Gradient
Anion Gap Delta Delta Ratio
Anion Gap in Hypoalbumin States
Burn Injury Fluid Resuscitation (Brooke estimate)
Burn Injury Fluid Resuscitation (Demling dextran estimate)
Burn Injury Fluid Resuscitation (Evans estimate)
Burn Injury Fluid Resuscitation (Modified Brooke crystalloid estimate)
Burn Injury Fluid Resuscitation (Slater estimate)
Burn Injury Fluid Resuscitation, Adult (Parkland crystalloid estimate)
Creatinine Clearance (measured)
Creatinine Clearance by Mass
Creatinine Clearance Estimate by Cockcroft-Gault Equation
Creatinine Clearance Estimate by Jelliffe Formula
Creatinine Clearance Estimate by Sanaka Formula
Creatinine clearance estimate for changing serum creatinine
Digitalis Body Load
Fractional Excretion of Amylase (Amylase to creatinine clearance ratio)
Fractional Excretion of Sodium
Fractional Excretion of Urate
Glomerular Filtration Rate Estimate by CKD-EPI Equation
Glomerular Filtration Rate Estimate by Quadratic Equation
Glomerular Filtration Rate Estimate by Schwartz Formula
Glomerular Filtration Rate Estimate by the Abbreviated MDRD Study Equation
Glomerular Filtration Rate Estimate by the MDRD Equation
Hemoglobin A1C Estimation from Mean Plasma Glucose
Hemoglobin A1C to Mean Plasma Glucose Estimation
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Barth Formula
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Basile Formula
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Daugirdas Formula
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Formulae MultiCalc
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Jindal Formula
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Kerr Formula
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Keshaviah Formula
Kt/V Dialysis Dose Lowrie Formula
Lean Body Weight Based on Creatinine Production
Maintenance Fluid Calculation for Children
Osmolal Gap Calculator
Phenytoin Free (Unbound) Drug Level (Adjusted)
Phenytoin Total Drug Level (Adjusted)
Protein Catabolic Rate (normalized PCR)
Protein Catabolic Rate
Renal Failure Index
Residual Renal Function in Hemodialysis Patients (Kru)
Serum Sodium Concentration Change Considering Infused and Excreted Cations
Time Averaged Concentration of Urea in Hemodialysis
Total Body Water (BIA formula)
Total Body Water Estimation Based on Weight Alone
Total Body Water (Humes-Weyer formula)
Total Body Water (Johansson formula)
Total Body Water (Lee formula)
Total Body Water (Watson formula)
Transtubular Potassium Gradient at CCD
Urea Reduction Percentage in Hemodialysis (PRU)
Urea Reduction Ratio in Hemodialysis (URR)
Urinary Protein Excretion Estimation
Volume of Distribution of Urea
Water Deficit in Hypernatremia
Some Unit and Dose converters include:
Energy Unit Conversions
Flow Unit Conversions
SI Unit Conversions
Standard Drink Equivalents
Temperature Unit Conversions
Thyroid Medication Dosing
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.
Helping you watch the 3Ps.
Phosphorus. Potassium. Protein.
KidneyDiet helps people with kidney disease make better decisions about their diet. If you are facing Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) or End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), you must become aware of the following in your diet:
If you have ESRD and have already started dialysis, your diet will be different than before you began dialysis, but you will still have to pay attention to how much you consume of these above-mentioned nutrients.
KidneyDiet gives you the ability to track and compare your daily intake of these nutrients to guidelines your nephrologist and nutritionist have set for you.
KidneyDiet can be used on-the-go making it easy to order in a cafeteria line, at the grocery store, or at an elegant restaurant. It’s difficult to remember which foods are better for you than others when following a renal diet. So, just scroll through the list or type an item into the search field and quickly determine the nutritional counts of a variety of foods.
Eat right. Enjoy life.
Note: Patients with hypertension, high blood pressure, or diabetes may benefit from the nutrient counts presented in this app.
• My Drug List – Add your medications to instantly assemble relevant medical information in a simple, easy to read personalized format. Access in-depth consumer information, FDA alerts, drug interactions, plus food, allergy and medical condition interactions. An invaluable tool for medication management and adherence.
• Complete Drugs A to Z listings – Fast search, accurate suggestion engine and the most comprehensive database of drug information available online.
• Pill Identifier – Identify any meds simply by entering an imprint, shape or color. Database updated daily.
• Interactions Checker – Provides a list of interactions that may occur when different drugs are taken at the same time. Also checks food interactions automatically.
• Q & A – Ask a specific question about your medication. Search on thousands of questions and answers.
• Health Professionals – Quick access to all the tools you know and trust.
• Many more helpful tools. Try the Symptom Checker. Lookup specialised databases for side effects and dosage information. Not quite sure how to spell a drug name? Use the phonetic search.
The app requires full network access to gain access to the Drugs.com drug information database.
The app requires access to "Photos / Media / Files" to allow the app to be installed on the SD Card. We do not read your photos, media or files.
Important Notice: You must not rely on this application alone to remember to take your prescriptions or to replace medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always consult with your healthcare professional.
Drugs.com does not provide medical or treatment advice. Always consult with a physician.
Follow us on Twitter @drugscom for tips and updates.
Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Drugs.com is a multiple Webby Award nominee and attracts more than 24 million U.S. visitors per month (Comscore, December 2014).
If you have any feature requests, suggestions or you simply need help, please visit http://www.drugs.com/apps/support/ and our responsive support team will prioritize your request.
Download this fully updated and completely redesigned app and you’ll get free access to 17 drug entries. Once you’ve sampled the app and discovered how easy it is to find the vital drug information you need, just complete the InApp purchase (details below) and you’ll have access to all 275 drug monographs. To maintain access to all of the drug entries in this app and to continue to receive the weekly updates, users will need to update their subscription annually.
In addition to the instant search capability that helps you quickly locate drug entries, easy-to-use tools allow you to create a customized database, and weekly updates provide the latest need-to-know drug facts so you always stay current.
Look for prominently displayed Safety Alerts, Black Box Warnings, clinical alerts, FDA-approved indications and evidence-based off-label uses for drugs, Overdose Signs & Symptoms, and Adjust-a-Dose information. Also includes special sections on Common Drug Errors, Elder Care Medication Tips, Controlled Substance Schedules, and Pregnancy Risk Categories.
Your App also includes a Photo Guide with images of nearly 130 of the most commonly prescribed brand-name psychiatric drugs as well as a free Dosage Calculator.
Each monograph includes the following key sections:
• Drug name: generic and brand names along with the pronunciation, tall man letters, and pill symbol
• Pregnancy risk category and controlled substances schedule
• Available forms (P.O., I.V., I.M., subcutaneous, inhalational, etc.)
• Indications & dosages
• Administration (covers all applicable routes)
• Action (route, onset, peak, duration, half-life)
• Adverse reactions (identified by body system)
• Interactions (drug-drug, drug-herb, drug-lifestyle)
• Effects on lab results
• Contraindications & cautions
• Nursing considerations
• Patient teaching guidelines
• Nursing process.
About your InApp purchase:
Your InApp subscription to the Nursing Psychiatric Drugs app provides 12 months of continuous access to all drugs in the app, including quarterly updates featuring drugs newly approved by the FDA and weekly updates covering new Indications and Dosages, Black Box Warnings, Alerts, and other critical clinical information.
Your payment of $14.99 will be charged to your iTunes Account upon confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew, until canceled, for $14.99 unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of your current period. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. You can manage your subscription preferences in your iTunes Account Settings after purchase.
The results of these tests are important in assessing the excretory function of the kidneys. For example, grading of chronic renal insufficiency and dosage of drugs that are excreted primarily via urine are based on GFR (or creatinine clearance).
It is commonly believed to be the amount of liquid filtered out of the blood that gets processed by the kidneys. In physiological terms, these quantities (volumetric blood flow and mass removal) are related only loosely.
A commonly used surrogate marker for estimate of creatinine clearance is the Cockcroft-Gault formula, which in turn estimates GFR in ml/min: It is named after the scientists who first published the formula, and it employs serum creatinine measurements and a patient's weight to predict the creatinine clearance.