Off line calculator off !@!@! Cool new UI, but it looks like calclators need internet connection. Why that? And worse, how to use it in some "dark underground" echo labs with bad cell sign.
Needs polishing It would be ideal to have a reference tab next to the calculator tab for quick reference of normal values and severity grades/values. It is cumbersome to access this portion by 3 to 4 sub-menus. Also please include the pictures, documents, etc inside the app instead of a weblink. Sometimes you need to access these documents and illustrations offline due to lack of wifi or cell service. I'm sure 99% of users will not complain about downloading a large app if it is fluid and more accessible. Thanks.
It's a good start. Hospitals don't always have Wi-Fi or data zones so I would like all reference values downloadable for off line access.
Good effort. Needs improvement. Calculators show up with significant delay on Galaxy Note 4. There should be a way to slide between the menus for ease of use.
Doesn't work on S4 The App doesn't show the recommendations nor the ref. values... I'll ask for refund..
Good app, but could be improved While it is a good and comprehensive app, very useful in many situations, the user interface could be more friendly; many times user wants to go back only one step, but the app closes and it must be restarted; it requires a unified way to return step by step across the whole app, while keeping one that goes back to start (not to disclaimer, please!!). One good approach could be designing the UI to make it consistent with most scanning protocols. There are not enough videos and the few ones do not work in most devices. One more thing: the price should be at least discounted for ASE members, instead of the same full price non-members pay.
• New UI
• New 2015 Cardiac Chamber Quantification recommendations by ASE and EACVI
• Quicker access to Calculators