Easy to use, offline and instant results for all calculations even during your practice.
This is an free application for all medical personal followed by the Pediatriconcall page relating to http://www.pediatriconcall.com/fordoctor/pedcalc/calcmain.aspx
Calculators included are categorized as follows:
» Head Circumference
» Predict Height
» Mid Parental Height
» Body Surface Area (BSA)
» Body Mass Index (BMI)
» Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)
» Conversion of Temperature Celsius to Fahrenheit
» Conversion of Weight From Pound to Kg
» Conversion of cm to inches
» Serum Osmolality
» Bicarbonate & Base Excess
» Fractional Excretion Of Sodium
» Creatinine Clearance
» Creatinine Clearance (Schwartz Formula)
» Normal Values Of GFR
» Anion Gap
» APGAR Score
» Ovulation Date
» Pregnancy Due Date
» Conception Date
Blood Pressure Calculator
» Blood Pressure
Blood Group Detection
» Find Your Blood Group
» Alveolar arterial Gradient (A-a gradient)
» ET Size
» Normal Respiratory Rate
» Predicted Mean Peak Respiratory Flow Rates
» Corrected QTc
» Sodium Deficit in Hyponatremia
» Burns Fluid Requirement
Drug Dose Calculators
» Emergency Drug Formula
Diarrhea Solution Calculators
» Diarrhea Solution
» IV Rates
Blood Reference Values
» WBC Count
» Coagulation Profile
» Blood Indices
» Immunoglobulin IgG Subclass Levels
» Immunoglobulin Reference Values
» Serum Complement Reference Values
» Lymphocyte Reference Values
» Corrected CSF WBC Count for RBC`s
» Corrected Reticulocyte Count
Endocrine and Antibody Tests
» Thyroid Function Test
» Antibodies & Their Associated Diseases
» Drugs Interaction Checker
*Supports API levels 8 & above (Android 2.2 and above)
MyHeartApp includes a timer, symptom list, activity list, and a section for tracking heart health information; including daily weight, sodium, and fluid intake. You can filter and sort your symptom information by date or by symptom type making it possible to identify trends and patterns to your heart symptoms.
No more guess work and no more fumbling for a pen and paper while a heart event is happening. With over twenty heart symptom icons and activity icons you’ll now be able to tell your doctor exactly what your heart symptoms are and what you were doing when your heart symptoms occurred....it’s that easy. For those times when you just can’t get to your iPhone, you can manually enter your symptom information or add notes to events you’ve already tracked.
MyHeartApp makes tracking your heart symptoms simple and less stressful; visits to your doctor or cardiologist will be easier and you’ll have specific and accurate information to share with your medical teams.
MyHeartApp is the simple and accurate way to keep track of the details of your heart health.
Standalone product, no ads or online subscription necessary
17,000+ item food database
Easy "tap to track" interface
3 Bar Charts and 2 Pie Charts for tracking your progress
Easy navigation. Clear tables. Short descriptions of the most common and important lab values.
All values are given with the international system of units (SI Units) and conventional units (US C Units).
***Dear users, if you see content only in Russian please change language to English in the settings.
1.1 Clinical blood analysis
2. Blood chemistry
2.1 Protein metabolism
2.2 Carbohydrate metabolism
2.3 Lipid metabolism
2.4 Hemoglobin metabolism
2.5 Enzymes (liver, pancreas)
2.6 Iron profile
3. Cardiac markers
4. Liver function tests
5. Lipid panel
6. Blood gases and acid-base status
8. Hormones and mediators
8.1 Common hormones
8.2 Sex hormones
8.3 Thyroid hormones
9. Tumor markers
10. Urine analysis
10.1 General urine analysis
10.2 Nechiporenko's test
10.3 Zimnitsky urine sediment count
10.4 Urine 24 hours
11. Gastric secretion
12. Feces analysis
14.1 Immunoglobulin A
14.2 Immunoglobulin M
14.3 Immunoglobulin G
14.4 Immunoglobulin E
14.3 Complement system
14.4 Interleukin 1
14.5 Interleukin 6
14.6 Interleukin 8
14.7 Interleukin 10
14.8 Tumor necrosis factor
15. Cerebrospinal fluid
17. Drug levels
The program is for reference purposes and is intended for medical students and doctors.
ABG interpreter- triple acid base (including anion gap), PaO2/FiO2 ratio
APACHE 2 Score
BODE index calculation
PORT score (pneumonia severity index / PSI)
tidal volume calculations by ideal body weight
TNM staging for lung cancer
Oxygen content and O2 extraction calculations.
Wells score for deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolism (PE)
serum and urine osmolarity
free water clearance and deficit
Fractional Excretion of Sodium (FENa)
GFR estimates using Cockcroft-Gault and MDRD eGFR
Glasgow Coma Scale
Body Mass Index (BMI calculator)
Ideal body weight calculations using ARDSNET and reverse BMI
TIMI for NSTEMI
Corrected reticulocyte count
absolute neutrophil count (ANC)
Corrected sodium (for glucose)
Rockall score for GI bleed
TPN calculations and total caloric intake by parts
fluid requirements to correct hyponatremia or hypernatremia
Predicted improvement in INR with FFP
PFT (spirometry, DLCO and lung volumes) Normal values
Cardiac output by fick
steroid unit conversion
General Unit conversion such as kilogram to pounds (weight), distance and volume
due date by LMP (last menstrual period) and by date of conception - pregnancy wheel/timeline
Narcotic analgesic dose conversion for different opioids and dosing intervals
QTc and short QT interval calculations
Maddrey's Discriminant Function
CIWA for alcohol withdrawal
Conventional to SI unit conversion for select agents
Ranson's Criteria for Gallstone pancreatitis
This is for medical students, internal medicine residents, respiratory therapists, nurses and doctors working in the pulmonary field.
This has not been clinically verified at this time and is better suited for academic purposes than clinical practice.
- Share patient records securely within your healthcare team.
- Take medical images of patient wounds and skin rashes.
- Manage patient tasks list and assign jobs to healthcare members in your medical team.
- Offline access to 125 medical calculators
- Records patient problems, family history, and clinical alerts.
- Add medications to easily track what your patients are taking.
Medical tasks and messaging:
- Use the quick tick box list for selecting medical tasks.
- Customize the tick box list so you can quickly record patient tasks on ward rounds
- Assign tasks within your medical team so everyone knows their plan for the day
- Send comments and messages about specific tasks securely and easily. Help is always on hand
- Add images to the patient's record and share them with your team
Medical notes (EMR)
- Records a patient's visit to your health clinic
- Never miss an opportunity on ward rounds to write medical notes again
- Quickly review your patient list
- Always know where your patient is located by updating ward and room information
- Note demographic information such as date of birth and ethnicity.
Other features include:
Health & Medical Calculator:
- Over 125 medical calculators
- Each medical calculator offers healthcare recommendations
- Fully referenced calculators
- Health & Medical Calculators are constantly updated
- Powered by FDA drug database
- Provides drug mechanism of action, drug indications, drug contraindications, physiological effects, and drug interactions
- News from over 10 different health journals and news websites
- Stay up to date with the latest trends and clinical breakthroughs
- Healthcare news is automatically updated
There are now over 500 reviews for Caddy, and while we started out as just a health & medical calculator, we have the goal to create an advanced healthcare record to help clinicians and patients around the world.
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This mobile app is free and intended to be just a basic reference. Free app is limited in its functionality, options, information coverage, cross-Android devices and different Android OS versions compatibility. Current version is not fully tablet-friendly and compatible only with 7”-8" screen tablets. It is only English language version. So please do not expect miracle from free app. The following below options/functions have not been implemented so please use this app accordingly:
- Detailed test protocols
- Abnormal values rationale
- Patient notes
- Fancy or sophisticated GUI design (it is not an entertainment app!)
1. Nothing developer presents in Quick LabRef Application concerning the health or clinical subjects should in any way be considered medical advice.
2. This Application does not constitute an attempt to practice medicine.
3. While the application attempts to be as accurate as possible, it should not be relied upon as being comprehensive or error-free.
4. The information and materials contained in Quick LabRef Application are intended solely for the general information of the users.
5. The information presented in Quick LabRef Application is intended as an education resource only and is not intended to diagnose health problems or to take the place of professional medical care.
6. Any information developer presents is solely of his understanding and/or interpretation of the material he ever studied.
7. If you or your relative have persistent health problems or if you have further questions related to health information, please consult your health care provider.
8. The users of this Application assume all responsibility and risk for using information provided in this Application. Developer does not guarantee reliability and/or validity.
9. This mobile Application is provided on an "as is", "as available" basis without warranties of any kind. Developer does not guarantee this Application will ideally work for every user and on every mobile device.
10. Users have a right to dislike this Application and can remove it from their respectful mobile devices at any time. Developer does not obligate users in any way to keep the Application, nor use it.
11. This mobile Application under constant development and changes may be made in the topics and program at any time. Please accept it as an ongoing project. Developer reserves the right to update Application at any time and as frequently as needed.
Please make sure you understand free version limitations before start using this app.
Designed for students in health professions (medical, nursing, allied health) learning to record and interpret medical lab values from Complete Blood Chemistry (CBC), Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP) and Arterial Blood Gas (ABG). You can see illustrations noting the basic parts of lab reports and short-hand figures, videos explaining general steps for interpreting labs, and exercises that present lab results and associated conditions. Be able to see if a lab value is normal, low/high, or critical.
• Introduction to interpreting medical lab findings
• Tutorial on handwritten fishbone figures for CBC, CMP, ABG lab results
• Learning exercises associating lab values with common conditions
• Norms for lab values
• Medical educators working with students
• General Public interested in having a general background on medical lab reports that their physicians may order for them
This app is intended as a teaching tool for learner development and should not be used for clinical care.
Blood test result Values gives both non-medical readers and health professionals a fast-navigable and clearly structured overview of the main routine laboratory parameters and possible causes of their increase and decrease.
Each result contains important clinical information, critical lab values, differential diagnoses and etc. The Normal Lab Values are clearly arranged, alphabetically ordered and quickly located.
Whether you are a patient looking for answers that might reassure you about your health, or a medical practitioner seeking quick confirmation regarding a particular test, this app puts the information into the palm of your hand.
This app shows the content onto your mobile device or tablet, meaning you won’t be dependent on an Internet connection to navigate to the information you need, when you need it.
Includes labs from biochemistry, haematology (hematology), immunology, toxicology, microbiology, virology and genetics departments plus common screens from neurology, respiratory, rheumatology, endocrinology, cardiology, gastroenterology and oncology.
Lab online is a unique, customized smartphone application for physicians. This allows physicians to have customized test results to their network through a dynamic secure 24-hour online portal. Physicians can download this app for FREE from apple store and log in to have an exclusive digital experience of ordering laboratory tests online for their patients and view lab results in PDF format.
This is the most potent way that better suits the realities of delivering laboratory results to healthcare professionals.
• 24 hours online order
• Track the status of test reports
• Receive instant notification upon completion of test and /or abnormal report
• Secure and instant routing of test results
• Download reports from secure site
• Receive assistance to diagnosis based on medical and scientific recommendation
• Physician’s referral discounts on test prices
• Physicians can customize their own favorite test lists
• Access to free medical and clinical knowledge materials concerning pathologies and diagnostic tests
• Receive invitations to local medical seminars with CME awards
How to Sign up?
• Please register yourself by completing the Registration form
• Our marketing representative will visit you to demonstrate the process of using the app
• You will be given an user manual for the app
• Your unique User name and Password will be required each time you want to place an order
Lab online is an exciting new addition to the family of apps released by Eastern Clinical Laboratories. Use our mobile apps to search and browse the test catalog information and utilization resources found on eclabs.ae, in a format optimized for your device's screen.
In addition to test catalog and information, the exclusive app offers physicians the following features-
• On-line accession, speeding instant request to laboratory services
• Refer patients from the remote site
• Online booking details
• Tracking orders and predict the time of report delivery
• Instant notification of completion of report and/or alert system for abnormal results
• View and download both the preliminary and final results
• Easy and Secure access to technicians and pathologists for interpretation of test results
About Eastern Clinical laboratories
Eastern Clinical Laboratories (ECL), a laboratory facility of Eastern Groups was established in 2013 to bring a whole new dimension to Middle Eastern diagnostic market. At ECL, all medical professionals are passionate about developing innovative, diagnostic tests and tools to enhance patient care, provide value to our clients, and transform information into knowledge and insights. Our aim is to provide a diagnostic service with outstanding standards of efficiency, ethics and quality at an affordable cost. We are committed to providing a superior customer service and convenience to our clients. ECL serves primarily as a reference laboratory for Clinical Chemistry, Immunology, Clinical Pathology, Microbiology, Serology, Hematology, Histopathology and Molecular Biology & PCR.
A-a Gradient EquationA - a gradient = PAO2 - PaO2 Where:
PAO2 = alveolar PO2 (calculated from the alveolar gas equation)
PaO2 = arterial PO2 (measured in arterial blood)
The Alveolar Gas EquationPAO2 = PIO2 - PACO2/R
Where: PIO2 = FIO2 x (760 mmHg - 47mmHg) = inspired O2
- FIO2 = 21% at sea level atmospheric pressure = 0.21
- 760 mmHg = atmospheric pressure at sea level
- 47 mmHg = H2O pressure
PACO2 = arterial PCO2 measured in plasma
R = respiratory exchange ratio or respiratory quotient = 0.8 under normal conditions
Values and MeaningThe normal A-a gradient is < 10 mmHg, but can range from 5-20 mmHg in a normal individual. An increased A-a gradient suggests a diffusion defect, V/Q (ventilation/perfusion) defect, or right-to-left shunt.
with possible scores ranging from 0 up to 5. A separate category (of 6) is sometimes added for patients who die. The modified Rankin scale has been used widely in both secondary prevention and acute stroke trials,including most of the thrombolysis trials.In order to detect a treatment effect or to demonstrate clinical improvement, it is important that patients are rated in a consistent manner, minimising variability.
after the onset of symptoms were at least 30% more likely to have minimal or no disability at three months than those who received placebo. A subsequent study demonstrated that patients treated with rt-PA were also more likely to
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