The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
(NREMT) offers certification for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) service providers.
Includes more than 450 multiple choice quiz questions and 450 flashcards. Includes glossary with common terms and definitions in four learning modules.
• Fundamentals of EMT
• Medical Math
• Human Anatomy
• Custom Module that you create
Other interactive features include:
Create custom flashcards, multiple-choice and glossary content
Share multiple-choice quiz questions with friends by email
Send report of your quiz correct / incorrect answers by email
EMT, EMS, paramedic, fireman, emergency, ambulance, medical, NREMT, trauma, hospital, responder
*SafeDose no longer provides all of eBroselow's medication content for free (a lot is still free but, sadly, the company couldn't provide it all free forever). We rely on subscriptions to our Artemis web-based reference tool to support ourselves. If your hospital subscribes to Artemis, enter your hospital's Artemis ID on the app's registration screen. If you don't subscribe to Artemis, you can learn more and contact us from the eBroselow web site.*
In an emergency setting, proper drug mixing and dilution, proper drug administration and proper dose in mL to a patient is critically time-sensitive. SafeDose provides the correct clinical information for hundreds of acute care and other drugs in seconds.
First responders and EMS staff can use SafeDose to log patient status, drug administrations and caregiver actions. The SafeDose “photo feature” can record time-stamped pictures of the patient, instrument settings and accident scene.
SafeDose gives Nurses the exact dose in mL to avoid the ten-fold dosing errors that can lead to "death by decimal point."
Doctors can use SafeDose to order medications and send administration instructions to nurses and pharmacists. SafeDose creates a tidy PDF document that can be emailed as an order or prescription.
Pharmacists get precise mixing instructions and can receive emailed PDF orders from doctors. This is a much safer and more efficient process than handwriting and paper.
An amazing new “NDC number and barcode scanning feature” allows nurses and pharmacists to quickly enter the NDC number for any drug with an FDA NDC number on it (all drugs in the US). Entering this number, taking a picture of the barcode with the mobile device’s camera, or scanning the barcode label with a Bluetooth scanner immediately brings up the dose in mL.
iMedicalApps said SafeDose is "useful and well designed... Undoubtedly, the potential for medication errors would be reduced if practitioners were to rely on the information provided by this app".
All SafeDose medical content is peer-reviewed for accuracy through the Artemis Initiative. A joint effort of eBroselow and the Pediatric Pharmacy Advocacy Group (PPAG), the Artemis Initiative is an international standard for pediatric doses. PPAG consists of over 800 pediatric pharmacists from throughout the world.
UPDATES AND LICENSE
We require that users update the app whenever a new version is released (iTunes can be configured to assist with this). By downloading this app, Users confirm they have read and agree to our full license agreement at http://www.ebroselow.com/safedoselicense . Use of this product is subject to the AS IS warranty statement therein. eBroselow makes no warranties or representations about the quality, currency, accuracy, completeness or fitness for any particular purpose of the information contained on the Application. All drug doses should be checked with standard medical dosing guides before use. SafeDose must be used only by qualified medical professionals. Professional medical judgment and standard medical dosing guides should prevail over this application.
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rx Milrinone .5mcg/kg/min 186lb pt
The calculator will calculate mg/hour mg/day mg/bag (based on days you enter). After you enter your dilution data ex. you want 200mcg/ml & and your stock solution ex 50mg/50ml
it will calculate required stock bottles . total stock sol , total mg based on total stock sol used, total diluted sol(stock plus diluent), suggested drip/pump rate and hours infusion will last
For Home infusion, inotrope, Nursing, pharmacy, technician
Mainly for home infusion pharmacists
It uses the standard:
Dose Volume = (Bag volume + Diluent Volume - KVO Volume - Priming Volume) divided by the doses per day
This can be used to double check settings entered in by tech or Rph
Usually used for Inotrope meds. ex. Dobutamine and Milrenone
Mainly for home infusion pharmacists
It will also calculate hours remaining on a PCA infusion based upon demand dose basal rate and lockout periods.
Values from screen 1 may be recalled by tapping text
Of course this can not generate perfect values but it will quickly get you figures very close to a useable infusion.
Basically fill out your name dob and phone. clicking save or going to the next screen will save your info to the phone. You can recall this info with the recall button so you don't have to type it again
Second screen enter your prescription numbers and delivery option
Third screen enter any OTC products you may wish to be added to your order and any messages you would like to tell the staff ex. deliver after 4pm, I will pick up tomorrow after 5pm
Fourth Screen is a summary of your order and messages.
Pressing send on the fourth screen will send all the data to Kevin's refill email and general email as a backup through your email client.
Please report any bugs