*Pill Identifier - Identify an unknown pill based on shape, color, imprint, and more.
*Medevac Tool - Get exact coordinates and easily send them by SMS message to other responders or a dispatcher.
*Medical Abbreviations - Quick reference on commonly used medical abbreviations.
*Glasgow Coma Scale Calc - Quickly calculate GCS.
*Dosage Calc - Do med math calculations and determine proper dose based on patient weight, dosage on hand, etc.
*Fluid Calc - Determine drip rates for fluid administration over a given time.
*APGAR score - Quick reference calculator for APGAR score for infants
*King Airway Sizes - Quick reference for King Airway sizes and inflation amounts.
Enjoy, and if you think of new features that would be useful, let me know!
Disclaimer: The reference information and calculator functions in this app are provided as-is. Always double check drug dosages, drip rates or any other information obtained from this app. By using this app, you take on any risks associated with it's use.
IV Drips is a great tool in the Emergency and Critical Care settings. This medical app contains 44 of the most common used critical drips for quick reference at your finger tips. It also includes calculators to give you either mL/hr or dose/hr. With each drug you will quickly be able to see its class, indications, and what side effects to watch out for. IV Drips also gives you the standard infusion rates for each medication. Each drug comes pre-programmed in their standard concentration for quick calculation. There is also a Customize feature which allows you to change the infusion rates and drug concentrations according to your facility’s policy.
Internet access is NOT required to use this app.
STORAGE permission is required for the Backup/Restore feature.
We also offer great support for this app. Want us to add a drug? Email us and we will get to work on it STAT!
Be sure to check out our other app, NurseCalcs, which features many of the most used nursing calculators!
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- Simple Single IV Dose Calculator (Provides mL to administer based on amount available, total concentration of medicine and dose ordered)
- Weight-Based Single IV Dose Calculator (Calculates the mL to administer using the weight in either pounds or kilograms, amount ordered per unit of weight, the volume of solution and the concentration of medicine)
- Simple IV Drip (Calculates drops per minute from dosage to be infused over a given period of time using the drip set, amount of time and amount to be infused)
- IV Med Drip (Calculates drops per minute of a solution based upon the ordered dose of medicine, the amount of drug present, solution present and the drip set)
- Quick Dopamine Drip (Quickly figure the drops per minute of a Dopamine drip based on common, mostly preset values that are easy to dial-in, re-figure and administer the complicated drip on-the-fly)
- Parkland Formula Assistant (Tool for quickly figuring up an accurate and speedy drip to treat burn patients)
- More coming in updates shortly!
This application originated from my own want to have this utility on my own phone and wanting it to be plain, simple, and to the point. The interface is plain black text on a white background and the interface widgets (drop-down boxes, select buttons) are all plain, simple, and easy to see in low-light, as well as daylight conditions. I have taken no effort to make this application appear pretty, trendy, or hip. In fact, aside of continuously testing it on other people’s devices and working with the layouts on phones and tablets; I’m purposely leaving the look and feel of it alone.
However, an important note is that this application will be receiving several improvements in the upcoming updates. Like mentioned above, I use this app on my own phone in the field and test it on my buddies’ devices when they leave them out where I can get to them. So, I will be providing updates when possible to improve layouts, especially on tablet devices and large screen resolutions. In addition to this, it is important to allow updates because I will be adding more utilities to it as time allows. What this means – is that if you continue to allow updates for this app, you’ll get more cool stuff in it. So, please update it when updates are available; it will be worth it.
Please remember that any tools you use while engaged in patient care must be reviewed and approved by your Medical Director Physician and/or agency's administrative staff. Do not use this app unless it is okay for you to do so. Also, always double-check complex calculations by at least a second method. If I can do it, you can too. This app was created by a Paramedic with 10+ years experience in the 911 setting. It is not meant to be your definitive means of determining appropriate drug therapy. You must rely on good, solid skills and a keen working knowledge. Use this app only as a secondary means of checking your own calculations or to give you a "quick and close" number to work with.
-All North Carolina 2012 EMS treatment protocols are included
-All drugs, indications, contraindications, and dosages per NC protocols are included for both adults and pediatrics.
-Glasgow Coma Score
-Medication Dosage Calculator
-Fluid over Time
-King Airway Size
-Medevac tool for collecting GPS coordinates
-NCOEMS Approved Medical Abbreviations Lookup
Developed by a North Carolina EMT
The reference information included in this app is designed to be used by trained Emergency Medical Services professionals. You should always follow local protocols and training, and although the information in this app based directly on NCOEMS state-wide protocols, we cannot guarantee its accuracy in all localities or situations. By downloading this app, you assume all risks associated with using it including any harm that may come from any incorrect information or calculations included in this app. The pill identifier feature uses the Pillbox API from the National Library of Medicine. Please read the information and disclaimer for that API at http://pillbox.nlm.nih.gov/API-documentation.html. Always follow your training, and please do not consider this app to be any substitute for professional education and a thorough understanding of all relevant protocols and policies. This app has no affiliation with the North Carolina Office of EMS of any other institution or agency.
NurseCalcs is a great nursing app for nurses as well as nursing students. NurseCalcs features 25 of the most used nursing calculators, with more to be added soon. The Critical Care/ED calculator has many of the most commonly used drips with usual dosing. The ABG interpreter will help you to quickly determine the blood gas disturbance. IV Rate will calculate rates whether you are using a pump or gravity.
Internet connection is NOT required to use this app.
Absolute Neutrophil Count
Adjusted Body Weight
BMI (Body Mass Index)
Body Surface Area
Critical Care/ER Drugs (Common drips)
Glasgow Coma Scale
Ideal Body Weight
IV Rate (gtt & mL)
Mean Arterial Pressure
Mcg/kg/hr to mL/hr
Mcg/kg/min to mL/hr
Mcg/min to mL/hr
Mg/kg/hr to mL/hr
Metric & Imperial Conversions
mL/hr to Dose/hr (i.e. Heparin)
mL/hr to Mcg/kg/hr
mL/hr to Mcg/kg/min
mL/hr to Mcg/Min
mL/hr to Mg/kg/hr
We also offer great support for this app. Want us to add a calculator? Email us and we will get to work on it STAT!
Be sure to check out our new app, IV Drips, which features 35 critical drips along with information and dosing.
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* Quick navigation to critical information
* Custom bookmarks let you quickly return to your favorite pages
* Expanded search capability
* Add notes to a page
“I have been using Informed’s Critical Care ACLS Guide for years and never go to work without it.”
—Shaun Michael Scott, RN, EMTP, CareFlite Flight Nurse
Best of all, you know you can depend on the Critical Care ACLS Guide™ for Android, because it was created by Informed Publishing—the trusted leader in emergency reference information since 1986. Informed’s print and digital guides are carried in the pockets, on mobile devices, and in the emergency vehicles of over one million first responders nationwide.
The Critical Care ACLS Guide™ for Android makes it easy for physicians, paramedics and nurses check ACLS drug doses, interpret EKGs, look up patient medications, and much more.
Critical information covers use of airway devices such as the Combitube, LMA, and King LT™ Airway, a complete list of emergency & ACLS drugs, including Natrecor and Ketamine, an extensive prescription drug list, Rapid 12-Lead EKG interpretation page, dermatomes, hemodynamics, lab values, and a complete list of abbreviations.
* Current ACLS Algorithms
* Emergency & ACLS Drugs
* 12-Lead EKG Section & Acute MI
* Basic EKG Rhythms
* Laryngeal Mask Airway / RSI
* “Rave” Drugs
* Basic Chest X-Ray Interpretation
* Fibrinolytic Screen for AMI & Stroke
* Ischemic Stroke Management / Neuro
* Pediatric Resuscitation, Drug Doses, Vitals
* End-Tidal CO2 / Capnography / Ventilator Guidelines
* Trauma & Glasgow Coma Scales
* Common Medical Emergencies
* Burn Charts, the “Rule of 9s”
* Pulse Oximetry, IV Drip Rates
* Quick EMS Spanish Translations
* Lab Values, Metrics, and Notes Pages
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Comprehensive multi-section preparation study guide for EMT-Paramedic certification exam.
The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) offers certification for EMT-Paramedic service providers. Successful completion approved EMT-Paramedic course that meets or exceeds the U.S. Department of Transportation EMT-Paramedic National Standard Curriculum makes on eligible for the certification exam. As a compliment to your completed EMT-Paramedic course or for the purpose or Recertification, the EMT-Paramedic Guide & Quiz helps to prepare you for the certification exam and as an EMT-Paramedic professional.
Includes more than 2600 multiple choice quiz questions and 2600 flashcards. Includes glossary with common terms and definitions in sixteen (16) learning modules.
Drug Generic & Brand Names
Paramedic Drug Profiles
Airway Management & Ventilation
Neonatal & Pediatric
Operations and Management
This study guide app is suited to people wishing to develop foundation knowledge of EMT-Paramedic processes, procedures and key concepts to perform several more invasive procedures than are allowed at the basic and intermediate EMT levels, including IV therapy; blood infusions; the use of multi-lumen airway devices (even endotracheal intubation in some states); the administration of 60 + pharmaceutical interventions; provides for enhanced assessment skills such as enhanced ECG interpretation; and wound cleansing, closure with Steri-strips and suturing.
- Create your own flashcards, multiple-choice and glossary
- Send multiple-choice quiz questions to friends
- Post score for global ranking
Secondary Category (optional)
EMT, EMS, paramedic, fireman, emergency, ambulance, medical, NREMT, trauma, hospital, responder
EasyTether shares Internet connection from your smartphone with your computer or tablet.
It supports USB tethering for Windows, Mac OS X or Linux computers and Android 4.x tablets.
It supports Bluetooth tethering for Windows computers and Android 4.0.3+ tablets.
It does not require root access or special tethering plans.
It supports PS3, Xbox and Wii tethering by means of Internet connection sharing feature on Windows or Mac.
One-time fee only.
Some carriers have hidden the original EasyTether app. They cannot do
this because of the latest FCC tether rules.
Note that all paid EasyTether versions function the same way. There is
no difference. You can buy whatever is visible with your carrier.
Remove other EasyTether versions before installation.
EasyTether is developed by Mobile Stream.
If there is enough interest, we will expand the game with additional quests, dungeons, bosses, etc.
v1.08: Fixed font size issue with Droid 2.1.
v1.47: Further work on gallery.
IMPORTANT: Make sure your Google Checkout API level is set to 2.1. Under the Settings tab, select Integration and set API level to 2.1.
Code for this app now open-sourced at:
If you want a feature or want it to work better, give it a go.
Enter the number of players and click the button. Payouts are calculated as follows:
If there are 16 or fewer players, top 4 players are paid by the following distribution:
If there are more than 16 players, top 8 are paid by the following distribution:
Payouts assume 2 packs per player for prize support. Any remainders due to rounding are distributed from 1st down (i.e., If due to rounding there is 1 remaining pack, it goes to 1st place, if 2 remaining packs, 1 goes to 1st and 1 goes to 2nd, etc.).
Flick Hearts is a local multiplayer version of Hearts.
IMPORTANT: Flick Hearts requires multiple devices, each with a unique Gmail account to play. Please watch the video to understand how the game works before purchasing or downloading.
Use a high-res device such as your Android tablet or Google TV to host a game. Join a game with an Android-powered phone. Just flick your cards from the phone to the host to play them!
This paid version is ad-free and allows for both hosting and joining games. A free, ad-based version of this app is also available on the market (Flick Hearts Free), which allows a player to join, but not host.
Coming soon to iOS. You'll be able to play with any combination of iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
Great for friends or family get-togethers!