Anesthesiology pocketcards

Anesthesiology pocketcards

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The Anesthesiology pocketcards is a concise clinical reference guide with a compilation of scores, classifications, algorithms, and dosage information necessary for the anesthesiologist’s environment. It includes a complete hypothermia treatment algorithm, a pediatric drug dosage table, important vitals as well as the difficult airway algorithm.

Furthermore the app contains fluids and electrolytes management, a table of anti-coagulation and neuraxial anesthesia, and special information about cardiothoracic and obstetric anesthesia (hemodynamic values, drugs, risk stratification, and changes during pregnancy). In addition, there is information about peripheral nerve blocks and pain management (PCA Regime).

Features
· Easy navigation to critical information
· Multiple navigation possibilities via TOC view and Classic View
· Well illustrated charts, tables, and diagrams
· Zoomable Classic View for rapid access
· BBiTools section to keep you updated with the latest apps

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Recently changed in this version

1. Complete interface redesign
2. Added new features and functionality
- Font change feature
- Full text search
3. Other small bug fixes


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  • (64 stars)

    by A Google User on 23/09/2011

    Not a bad app; useful when glancing at peds dosing. Recommend as a quick reference for residents. Should have an option to input weights and get doses - which the developer says is in the works.

  • (64 stars)

    by Jagan on 23/09/2011

    useful app, could use update.
    Not a bad app; useful when glancing at peds dosing. Recommend as a quick reference for residents. Should have an option to input weights and get doses - which the developer says is in the works.