Critical Care ACLS Guide

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    The Informed® Critical Care ACLS Guide™ for Android gives you immediate access to critical information in an easy-to-use app with rich content, detailed illustrations, and pioneering features.

    * Quick navigation to critical information
    * Custom bookmarks let you quickly return to your favorite pages
    * Expanded search capability
    * Add notes to a page
    * Calculators

    “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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    Users comments for Critical Care ACLS Guide

    Dr.Arsalan Nagori

    by Dr.Arsalan Nagori

    Jul 29, 2017  |  "OK"

    i just purchased this application as it was recommended to me by one of my colleagues. But for my surprise, whenever i try to open any link on the current page e.g. in Neurology section, if i am trying to open brain areas' link, the application crushes, says unfortunately critical care has stopped and asks me to contact to technical support. I contacted two or three times but no gain. I couldn't use this app since i installed it. Very Disappointed.

    Cheryl Maxey

    by Cheryl Maxey

    Apr 15, 2017  |  "Great"

    Worked great until I moved to a Google pixel XL and no longer have an SD card so now I can't open the app.

    Robert England

    by Robert England

    Apr 11, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Worked great a few years ago. Content doesn't seem to be up to date. Keeps saying that I need to download some content but still won't work

    Patrick Maritim

    by Patrick Maritim

    Mar 22, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Worst app I have ever paid for. Page can't open. Tell you to contact technical team. This is a rip off. Stay away

    Anthony Myers

    by Anthony Myers

    Mar 21, 2017  |  "Poor"

    No longer supported with galaxy s7. Stopped working, just like everyone else's.

    Kathia Diaz

    by Kathia Diaz

    Mar 11, 2017  |  "Good"

    When do you plan on updating the AHA guidelines?