Much improved! The developers finally decided to make a working android version and it is great. Accurate and useful.
It works Just tried it, seems to work just fine, giving appropriate advice for different clinical situations. This is not a very complicated issue, though so I would expect most experienced OBs to be very familiar with the recommendations anyway. Give antibiotics unless she is term and has negative cultures.
Android app doesn't work Only the disclaimer tab shows anything. So disappointing.
From a pediatrician This is close to insulting. I have the algorithm in my daily planner, and don't need a silly step by step process ("Does the baby LOOK sick?") to analyze the situation. I was hoping for a nice visual of the algorithm, not a sixties-era programmed learning set of slides. It's beyond awful.
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