R Grubb says: ★★★★★I love you!!! Unbelievably simple. Unbelievably accurate. Unbelievably great. Unbelievably well worth the $5 I paid for this!!!
Kendig says: ★★★★★ Best app ever Just got the app a week ago ut a major fan of the site....used the app all weekend at my critical care transport......app is great flow and easy to use and stright foward ....cant wait to see what else they come out with
Matt says: ★★★★★ Awesome program! This program far exceeded my expectations and is great to confirm drip rates, especially as a field Medic at zero dark thirty. Keep up the good work!
OmniMedix was created by a practicing street medic with simple design that allows the user to calculate the proper medication infusion rate within seconds instead of fumbling through endless menus.
Agency protocols are different and medications in EMS come and go. The patent pending system behind OmniMedix is that it is the only calculator that allows the user to select the calculation to be performed based on infusion rates, not specific medications, which allows it to be used with virtually any medication. This allows it the versatility to be used in all clinical environments: EMS, Emergency Department, ICU, medical offices and even veterinary medicine.
Also included are weight and temperature conversions, common pediatric calculations, medication bolus calculations, and the Parkland Burn Formula for fluid resuscitation.
While most hospital units have IV pumps that take care of the drip rate, most EMS crews don’t, and are either left to calculate drips by hand or "titrate to effect". Even if you have the luxury of an IV pump, can you quickly and accurately calculate the correct drip rate by hand if your pump fails? Your patient’s life may depend on it! This app is a must have for anyone who administers IV medications, and is designed with those who rarely calculate drip rates in mind.
Directions for use: Select the concentration being utilized (mcg/min, mcg/kg/min, etc) to enter its menu. Enter the patient’s weight, the desired dose, medication concentration, and dripset being used. OmniMedix will display the proper flow rate in drops per minute, drops per second, and our proprietary “seconds per drop”, to simplify slower drip rates.
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Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) is the entry level of Emergency Medical Technician (pre-hospital emergency medical provider) in the United States.
EMT-Bs are not trained to provide definitive medical care, but instead focus on rapid in-field treatment and transport to higher medical providers. EMT-Bs work in conjunction with other medical providers such as paramedics, nurses, and physicians, as well as with other EMT-Bs. When operating in the prehospital environment, their actions are governed by protocols and procedures set by their system's physician medical director.
The EMT-Basic flashcards + Quiz App covers the following topics:
...and many more including the practice test. this App will sure help you in your journy to becoming an EMT
IMPORTANT: AirStrip Cardiology™ is intended for use by clinicians (users) who care for patients. In order to use AirStrip Cardiology, your healthcare facility must have purchased and installed AirStrip Cardiology. For more information, please visit www.airstriptech.com
Also part of the AirStrip ONE enterprise healthcare mobility solution, AirStrip Cardiology is a pioneering mobile solution that allows clinicians to review the extent of a patient’s ECG history and completely changes the way that cardiac waveform data can be viewed, reviewed, and interacted with.
In simplest terms, AirStrip Cardiology can allow for more timely treatment of the cardiac patient; whether in the pre-hospital or in-patient space. Furthermore, AirStrip Cardiology can allow for unprecedented collaboration between Emergency Medical Systems, Emergency Department and Cardiology teams – especially when transporting potential AMI and STEMI patients.
AirStrip Cardiology provides a native application from which the original ECG data is rebuilt with sharp, full detail at the highest possible resolution - no more muddy-looking faxes, emails or PDF’s. The core features of AirStrip Cardiology are the following:
-Users can receive 12 lead ECG waveforms and other data wirelessly from certain Emergency Medical Services (i.e. an ambulance) and the hospital ECG management system.
-Users can access and interact with this data anytime, anywhere on their mobile device via the native AirStrip application using a cellular connection or Wi-Fi.
-Users can see clear and accurate waveforms and can detect differences of less than .05 millivolts (.5 millimeter).
-AirStrip mobilizes ALL 10 seconds of the digital information obtained from the 12 lead ECG sources; not just the three seconds chosen by the ECG machine.
-Users can simultaneously scroll through a full 10 seconds for all leads while retaining the traditional 12-lead layout.
-The compound zooming feature allows for a “pinch zoom” functionality for the 12-leads which allows for a visual clarity of 1/10th of a millimeter while retaining the traditional 12-lead comparison layout. This means the system maintains perspective of the view in all leads while the user is focused on pinching and zooming on one lead. The aspect ratios are always preserved.
-Users can see a full presentation of analysis algorithms for 12 leads.
-Users can readily access, review and compare past ECGs by comparing the full 12-lead view or comparing individual leads between two ECG's side by side.
-Users can set any of the leads as the rhythm strip, see all available beats and control which beats.
-Users can quickly define which leads they want to compare in a 10 second, stacked view analysis.
-Users can use the Measurement Tables to review electrophysiological parameters and measurements of the lead (waveform) data.
118 is a fast and free sanitary public service, active 24 hours from 24, coordinated by an operative station which manages all the calls of necessity and of health emergency nature, making the appropriate resources and the personnel available for specific needy situations.
The operative station 118 is at all peoples’ disposal who are found in an unforeseen situation, that requires an immediate sanitary intervention and a possible carriage to a medical office. The activity of the Operative Station does not replace in any way the activity of the generalists or of the doctors on duty, but it is part of the specific needs of intervention on behalf of the mentioned doctors.
With a few simple selections you’ll be able to easily identify which restaurants offer:
• Shared entrees with someone else at your table at no extra cost.
• Half or smaller portions of entrees available at a lower cost
• Restaurant who use locally grown ingredients
• Smaller lunch menu portion sizes
• Child portions (kids menu) that adults can order too
• Fruits and vegetables which can be substituted in place of higher fat side orders
• 500 Club meals: Gundersen Health System’s 500 Club is a healthy eating program created by registered dietitians. The green to go lean “stamp of approval” means the selection contains approximately 500 calories or less and is controlled in fat.
From the app you can select restaurants by city, type of restaurant, and any of the above features.
The application will list restaurants closest to your current location.
After selecting a restaurant, you’ll be able to:
• see the restaurant healthy dining features
• be able to click on the address for directions from your phone’s default GPS
• click on the phone number to call for reservations or to speak with someone at the restaurant
• click on a link to be directed to their website.