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.
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• 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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Anesthesia Central is built on the award-winning Unbound™ Platform, which features an intuitive interface, superior navigation tools, and a clean design built into every reference. And, Unbound Medicine’s platform includes web access to Anesthesia Central, making it even more convenient.
Anesthesia Central includes:
CLINICAL ANESTHESIA PROCEDURES OF THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital includes proven guidelines in a fast read format for preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative anesthesia procedures. The latest edition of this resource emphasizes the clinical fundamentals needed by practicing anesthesiologists, anesthesia residents, nurse anesthetists, and trainees at the point of care.
POCKET ICU MANAGEMENT
Pocket ICU Management covers a range of topics from life-threatening disorders to presenting conditions and is organized by History & Physical, Diagnostic Tests, General Management Principles, Specific Treatments, Ongoing Assessment, and Complications.
DAVIS’S DRUG GUIDE
This best-selling drug reference provides detailed information on over 5,000 brand name and generic drugs. Davis’s Drug Guide includes regular updates for FDA-approved medications; details of IV administration, dilution, and concentration; high-alert notices; patient safety information; and interactions.
POCKET GUIDE TO DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
Pocket Guide to Diagnostics Tests provides evidence-based information on the selection and interpretation of over 350 common laboratory tests.
MEDLINE Journals provides citations and abstracts from the latest issue of medical journals. You can also link to the fully integrated Unbound MEDLINE service, where you can find related articles and view full-text articles provided by the journal publisher.
Features of Anesthesia Central for Android:
•Interface optimized for Android devices
•Universal Index Search across all references
•Cross Links for fast navigation between resources
•Web access and updates for one year
***This is a fully functional trial!***
• Presents coverage of each block through a consistent organization that makes it easy to locate the information you need and allows for better learning.
• Offers review-style questions that test your knowledge and competence and offer an excellent tool for ABA board exam preparation.
• Includes more than 400 figures for visualization of the nerves and surrounding structures.
• Helpful hints, including information on pronunciation
As the title states, this is an atlas of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia with abundant, well-annotated images.
Purpose: It is intended to serve as a reference and teaching resource. This is a desperate need for many practitioners, and this book is likely to become the gold standard, bedside reference.
Audience: The audience is anyone who might perform the blocks it so beautifully illustrates, including anesthesia residents, pain fellows, and attending-level practitioners in both private practice and academia. While it might be useful for teaching students rotating through anesthesia, the book is clearly targeted at those who perform these blocks.
Features: It includes a brief review of the physics of capturing ultrasound images, as well as some very practical and useful chapters about the application of ultrasound in the performance of regional anesthesia (e.g. chapters on approach techniques and sonographic signs of successful injections). The images are vastly better than most practitioners can obtain, and are richly and effectively annotated. It reads easily, as any useful bedside/clinical atlas should. Wisely, the author has avoided talking about drugs, volumes, and dosages, information which is reasonable to expect practitioners to know or obtain from other resources.
Assessment: If you practice ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia, you are likely to find this an invaluable bedside resource. If you teach ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia, you will find this an indispensable reference. It is large enough to be really useful, yet light/small enough to be very portable. I anticipate that it will become a must-have addition to most anesthesia libraries, and that copies will find their way to most places where regional anesthesia is performed.
A SEARCH TOOL
featuring search autocomplete to help you find words quickly by displaying predictions similar to the terms you're typing. You also get enhanced search extras including:
•A quick search of words while you type.
•A 'fuzzy filter' for when you are not sure of the correct spelling of a word.
•A 'keyword' search for finding key words within compound words.
•A wild card search function ('*' or '?') which can replace a letter or entire parts of a word.
•Download dictionary definitions locally for offline word lookup.
A LEARNING TOOL
including a number of features that help you further enhance your vocabulary:
•A 'Favorites' feature to create custom folders with lists of words from the extensive library, including cross-curriculum words.
•History list to help you easily review looked-up words.
•Discover more using the included special language notes.
•See words in context with example sentences.
•'Word-of-the-day' feature with dedicated homescreen widget.
iTIVA is a simulation program that provides information about distribution of drugs based on mathematical models (Minto, Schnider, Marsh, Shafer, Scott, Gepts) for remifentanil, fentanyl, sufetanil, propofol and dexmedetomidine.
Based on those models, iTIVA calculate a dose required to achieve a desired target, plasma or effect site, like a TCI pump (target control infusion), generating schemes that can be implemented in volumetric infusion pumps, and thus perform total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA) based on pharmacokinetics principles.
It also calculate the end tidal (Et) for Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, Desflorane to get the MAC age based in the Mapleson formula or Lerou normogram.
iTIVA simulates the behavior of a TCI pump, calculating different infusion rates to achieve an effect site concentrations. When it placed in real time mode, iTIVA notifies when to make changes to the infusion.
-Any errors or suggestions please let me know at: email@example.com
Created by David Ramirez, Cali - Colombia. Universidad de Valle. firstname.lastname@example.org
iTIVA is not designed to handle intravenous drugs for individual patients. Its use is limited to educational purposes to demonstrate pharmacokinetic principles when performing intravenous anesthesia. Therefore the user assumes all risks from the use of this application for clinical purposes.
Infusion schemes are obtained from concentrations based on models published in the medical literature; therefore concentrations achieved from these schemes can vary widely, in the same manner for clinical effects.
This application should only be used by people with extensive knowledge in Anesthesiology.
Keywords: anesthesiologist, anesthesia, physician, anesthetist, resident, fellow, IV, infusion
A simple Paediatric Anaesthesia Calculator (Not intended for use with neonates).
E are measured using the metric system and
are based on the weight which is inputed or calculated
in Kilograms. (A lbs to kg conversion function is available on the input screen).
In no event shall Lee Gerhard Geertshuis be liable for any special,
incidental, indirect or consequential damages of any kind,
or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits,
whether or not advised of the possibility of damage under any
theory of liability, arising out of or in connection with the use
or performance of this software and the information within it.
All calculations must be confirmed before use.
While information in this software has been obtained from sources
believed to be reliable, I, Lee Gerhard Geertshuis, do not warrant
the accuracy of the information contained in this software.
Age (To estimate weight and calculate ETT - Mandatory,
weight is required for an age between 0 and 1 years old).
Weight (If this is entered then the age is not used
to estimate the weight)
ETT Length Oral,
ETT Length Nasal,
Estimated Blood Volume,
CVP line size & depth,
Rx Hyperkalaemia (Ca Gluconate + Dextrose + Insulin),
The Anesthetic Gas Cost Calculator application has been designed to show the average costs of inhalation anesthetic agents sevoflurane and desflurane in the areas of cost per mL and cost per MAC hour.
Users may enter to following variables:
-Cost of Agents
-% of N20 Used
The application will calculate for the user the Inhalation Cost per MAC/hr as well as the Inhalation Agent Cost/mL.
* Enter data about your upcoming patients
* Track anesthesia start and stop times and ASA status
* Track procedures done (central lines, arterial lines, Swan, TEE)
* Click and hold to transfer data to Anesthesiologist application for drug and airway calculations
* Patients for current day of service are shown in notification bar until anesthesia start and stop times are entered
* Database is encrypted with 256 bit AES cipher (implements SqlCipher under BSD license, https://guardianproject.info/code/sqlcipher)
* Passcode screen required to enter application
Copyright 2012 Vikas Shah. Disclaimer and warning: This application may be used to store protected health information (PHI) of patients. You must be aware of the local, state, federal and/or national regulations (such as HIPAA), and the regulations of your employer, hospital, or institution regarding the storage and disposition of PHI. You should place appropriate safeguards on your device, including a lock screen, to prevent the loss, theft, or inappropriate disclosure of PHI to third parties. This application implements passcode entry and database encryption, but there is no guarantee that these measures will prevent inappropriate disclosure of PHI. The author will not be held responsible for any violations of rules or regulations that occur as a result of using this application.
Neither the name of the copyright owner nor the name of this project may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. This software is provided by the copyright holder "as is" and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed. In no event shall the copyright owner be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, procurement of substitute goods or services; loss of use, data, or profits; or business interruption) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of this software, even if advised of the possibility of such damage. In places where such liabilities cannot be waived or disclaimed, liability shall not exceed the retail cost of the application to the user of the application. Use of this app implies agreement to these terms and conditions. If you do not agree with these terms and conditions, delete this applicaton from your device.
Keywords: anesthesiologist, anesthesia, physician, anesthetist, CRNA, SRNA, resident, fellow
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The risk scores currently assessed include: RCRI, RRI, SLIP, MICA, and 4 others.
This app is targeted towards perioperative practitioners conducting a risk assessment in the preoperative period including health care providers in anesthesia. The data for this first version of this program was designed by an anesthesiologist, but we will be implementing more risk scores as the need arises, so please let us know what scores or sets of scores are valuable to you!
This tool is designed to be used by experienced medical practitioners who can appropriately interpret the results of these scores within the mindset of the entire patient's treatment. This tool is not appropriate for use by a lay-person.
The analysis provided by this tool is based on the scores developed by several research teams who published their results. Each score provides a reference to the original research that was published and it is encouraged that all users utilize this material and review the hard work done by these researchers to create these scores.
Sound clinical judgment and patient assessment should never be overruled by a tool such as this.
This app is enabled to function with Samsung's Multi-Window and Pen-Window features (available on specific devices only).
Check more detail and user guide here: http://m-pax.net
This is a lite version, there is a number limitation for saved record.
For doctors training for Intensive Care Units (ICU), please check our LogICU app: https://market.android.com/details?id=tk.m_pax.logicu
• 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.
Any Android OS from 1.6
This app consists of many tools including one that allows you to look up commonly used drugs with a calculated weight-based dose (including antibiotics, antiemetics, induction, sedation, paralytics, reversals, emergency), normal vital signs, and appropriately sized equipment, all without the need to type in a weight.
The acute events tool provides information on various emergency scenarios with a description, signs & symptoms, treatment options and differential diagnoses. More acute events will be added with the next update.
The dexmedetomidine infusion calculator allows you to determine the volume and rate at which to run both loading and maintenance doses in mL/hr on an IV pump all without having to program the pump or entering a patient's weight.
The GCS calculator gives a very prompt Glasgow Coma Scale score in just 3 taps with a breakdown of each score by eyes, verbal and motor.
The temp, weight, and length calculator allow you to, with the quick movement of a slider, convert back and forth between Fahrenheit and Celsius, between kilograms and pounds, and also between inches and centimeters.
Please give this app a 5 star rating and include any suggestions for improvement in the comments section (which will be reviewed on a regular basis) or email me personally. All constructive and positive suggestions for improvements to this app will be seriously considered in future updates.
This app has been tested with a Sony Tablet S and a Samsung Galaxy S3. It should work with all android-powered devices including smart phones and tablets, if any problems are encountered please leave a detailed description in the comments section or email me personally and I will fix it as soon as possible.
This application is designed to aid with opioid dose conversions. Useful for the transitioning patients from IV to oral pain regimens (for example, patients who are no longer NPO after surgery) or for consolidating opioids into a simpler regimem. This app will come in handy for medical students, interns, pain management teams, and anyone who will need to quickly and easily calculate these conversions. Adjustments can be made for incomplete cross-tolerance. Opioids and opiates included:
Methadone IM/IV/SC chronic user
Methadone PO chronic user
If you have suggestions for other drugs to add, or information to include in the app, email me!
Copyright 2011 Vikas Shah. Disclaimer and warning: The author makes no claims of the accuracy of the information contained herein; and these suggested doses are not a substitute for clinical judgement. This application was written solely to be used as a helpful adjunct for professionally trained physicians and practitioners otherwise experienced in drug administration and dosing. The data is provided for informational purposes only and in no way should be construed as professional medical advice. If you don't know the drug, its side effects, and its pitfalls, don't use it! Care has been taken that no errors in calculation have been made, but all calculations must be verified by the user. Drug dosing given here is based on published doses, but in all cases drugs should be administered on a case by case basis and titrated to effect for the individual patient. In no case have individual patient differences been taken into account, and conditions including but not limited to renal disease, hepatic dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, metabolic diseases and mitochondrial diseases may impact dosing or safety in the use certain drugs. Neither the name of the copyright owner nor the name of this project may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission. This software is provided by the copyright holder "as is" and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed. In no event shall the copyright owner be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, but not limited to, procurement of substitute goods or services; loss of use, data, or profits; or business interruption) however caused and on any theory of liability, whether in contract, strict liability, or tort (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of this software, even if advised of the possibility of such damage. In places where such liabilities cannot be waived or disclaimed, liability shall not exceed the retail cost of the application to the user of the application. Dose calculations based on information found at http://www.globalrph.com/narcotic.cgi. PLEASE READ THE DISCLAIMER CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS APP. BY USING THIS APP, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. If you do not agree with these terms and conditions, delete this applicaton from your device.
This App simplifies pediatric anesthesia. It has all the drugs pre-calculated from 1-40 kg. Just click on your patient's weight and all your doses are there, including fluid balance and airway information etc.
It also has Pediatric Review Notes for anesthesia residents, rusty CRNAs,SRNAs and nurses who just got accepted into an Anesthesia Program
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.