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WaterTrakr

Many people forget to drink enough water during the day. Have you ever felt that your energy was drained and you were tired because of dehydration? You are not alone. This app will help you plan your water intake and keep track of your hydration. The app is already used by thousands of people worldwide!

Water is your body’s principal chemical component and makes up about 60 percent of your body weight. Every system in your body depends on water. Water flushes toxins out of vital organs, carries nutrients to your cells and provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues.

Freemium version available – includes ads that can be removed by in-app purchase.

Key features include: Elegant, easy-to-use, multi-language interface optimized for iOS 7. Water intake calculator based on your gender, weight and exercise time. Automatic calculation of drinking schedule. Custom measurement units. One-touch water tracker. Progress bar. Adjustable drinking glass capacity value. Fully customizable reminder. Custom sounds and push notifications.

Medical Lab Tests

Health care professionals often find it difficult to interpret lab tests and remember lab values. Can you recall the differentials for Troponin I or the reference values for Amylase? This application will help you!

Rated #1 Lab Values Application by iMedicalApps.com (October 2009): “I personally loved Medical Lab Tests. I would find it to be the most useful to me in the wards. It gives you the differentials for high and low lab values, and has a vast amount of high yield information [..] I think every resident and medical student would benefit greatly from knowing the information contained in the Medical Lab Tests app.”

★★★★★ “This is one of the most useful of my 120 odd apps. The level of information is well targeted to paramedics, nurses med students & junior docs. Well worth the money.” Australian App Store (March 2010)

Memo2 Medical Notebook

It’s a notebook for healthcare professionals. Plain and simple.

Doctors and nurses see many patient during their shifts and it’s often difficult to keep track. Have you found yourself with tons of yellow stickers or a jammed moleskine recently? Empty you pockets and use Memo as your medical notebook.

Memo is straightforward – just add patient notes using the simple interface and have them securely stored on Dropbox. All records are encrypted with a password or PIN-code.

Pupil Gauge Flashlight

“The flashlight feature comes handy in calls where it is dark [..] Great app!” (US AppStore Review 2011)

Use your iPhone 4 as a diagnostic penlight! Pupil Gauge is the essential tool for any healthcare professional; Doctors, Nurses, EMTs etc.

Did you just borrow your last Penlight to a colleague, or did it simply run out of battery? Now you don’t have to worry – you can use your iPhone 4 instead!

Comes with a short list of common differential diagnoses.

Childhood Diseases

Parents and health care professionals spend much time seeking information on common childhood diseases. Do you know what chickenpox looks like, or when a child can return to school after an infection? This app will help you answer these, and other childhood disease related questions.

“Top Healthcare Apps for New Parents” iPhone Life Magazine (Winter 2010, Vol. 2, No. 1)

★★★★★ “Filled with all the info and photos all in one place. Thanks for a very useful App.” US App Store (November, 2009)

More than 50+ articles are included. Among these are: Meningitis, Chickenpox, Ear Infection, Flu, Swineflu, Head Lice, Malaria, Measles, Mumps, Pneumonia, Scarlet fever, Thrush, Whooping Cough etc.

ECG Atlas

Many health care professionals have problems interpreting ECGs. Can you diagnose WPW or Torsades? Get the ECG Atlas now and train your ECG skills!

Real-life ECGs in your pocket – complete with short descriptions of diagnoses, and reference links for further information.

Updated with retina display graphics and iPad support!

★★★★★ “A handy little app, a good resource.” (Australian App Store)

Time of Death: CSI Forensic Calculator

Time of Death: CSI Forensic Calculator

Estimate the time since death in the early post-mortem period. It only takes a single measurement of rectal temperature at the scene of the crime as well as some basic observations.

The calculations are based on an algorithm developed by Dr. Claus Henssge and is used worldwide by medical examiners, crime scene technicians and pathologists. This application is for educational purposes only.

CliniCalc Medical Calculator

Doctors, nurses, medical students and other health care professionals often need to do complex calculations and remember numerous scores and classifications. Can you calculate the CHADS2 Score for afib patients or remember the Glasgow Coma Scale? This application gives you the answers with comprehensive background information and references.

Store your favorite formulas, find the most recently used or search for formulas using keywords and short descriptions. Full US and SI unit support.

CliniCalc is a free app and based on the open source application MedCalc for iPhone governed by the Apache 2.0 and Creative Commons licenses.

New calculators included as in-app purchase: 4T Score for HIT, ADO Index, Alvarado Appendicitis Score, Ankle-Brachial Index, Apfel Score to Predict Postoperative Nausea/Vomiting, Aphasia Classification, APRI Score, Average Blood Glucose from HbA1C, Ballard-Dubowitz Scale for Maturity, Barthel’s ADL Index, Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), Basal Energy Expenditure (Harris-Benedict Equation), Basal Energy Expenditure, Bath Ankylosing Spondylitis Disease Activity Index (BASDAI), Berg Balance Scale scoring, BISAP Score, Bishop Score (Labor Induction), Blatchford Score, BODE Index, Bohr Dead Space, Boston Heart Failure Criteria, Braden Pressure Sore Scale, Brugada Criteria for SVT vs VT, CAGE Alcohol Questionnaire, CATCH Rule, CHA2DS2-Vasc Score, Charlsons Comorbidity Index, CHIP (CT in Head Injury Patient) Rule, Clin. Pulm. Infection Score, CRUSADE Score, Detsky Score, Duke Treadmill CAD Stress Score, Edinburgh Post-Natal Depression Score, Epworth Sleepiness Scale, Fibromyalgia Tender Points, FLACC Score, Full Outline of Unresponsiveness (FOUR) Score, Goldman Criteria for General Surgery, GRACE ACS Risk Model, Gustilo Classification of open fractures, Hamilton Depression Scale, HAS-BLED Score, Heart Failure Survival Score (HFSS), HEMORR2HAGES Score, Hinchey Peritonitis Scale, International Prostate Symptom Score, Killip Classification, Lee Score, Light Criteria for Exudative Pleural Effusion, Lille Model, LRINEC for Necrotizing Fasciitis Score, MMRC Dyspnea Scale, Muscle Strength Scale, MRC Dyspnoea breathlessness scale, NAFLD Fibrosis Score, Nexus C-Spine Criteria, NEXUS II CT-Head Rule, NIH Stroke Scale, Nottingham Eczema Severity Score, Ottawa Ankle Rules, Ottawa Knee Rule, Pack Years Calculator, Parsonnet Score, Pediatric Trauma Score, POSSUM Score, Richmond Agit. Sed. Scale, RIFLE Criteria for Renal Failure, Rockall Score for Upper GI Bleeding, Sad Persons Depression Scale, SAPS II Score, Simplified Bernoulli, SIRS Criteria, SMART-COP Score, STOP BANG Screening Tool, UKELD Score, Westley Croup Score, ABC Score, Injury Severity Score and Modified Centor Score for Strep Pharyngitis

Early Warning Score System

Identifying the critically ill patient is a major challenge at hospitals. Unrecognized deterioration of patients is estimated to cost more than 100.000 lives per year in the US alone. It is not only important to identify the critically ill patient but also to communicate the situation to the rest of the hospital staff involved.

The Early Warning Score (EWS) is a simple clinical score that can be used by hospital medical staff as well as emergency medical services to quickly determine the degree of illness of a patient. It is based on data derived from four physiological readings (systolic blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, body temperature) and the observation of the level of consciousness (AVPU). The resulting observations are compared to a normal range to generate a single composite score. A score of five or more is statistically linked to increased likelihood of death or admission to an intensive care unit.

Different EWS systems are in use worldwide and the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK has e.g. decided to introduce a nation-wide NHS Early Warning Score to achieve the goal of having “the right person, in the right setting – first time!”

Within hospitals, the EWS is often used as part of a “track-and-trigger” system whereby an increasing score produces an escalated response varying from increasing the frequency of patient’s observations up to urgent review by a rapid response or Medical Emergency Team (MET call).

Diagnosekoder ICD-10

Det kan være en udfordring at kode diagnoser korrekt. Kan du huske diagnosekoden for mycoplasma penumoni eller aorta-insufficiens? Denne app giver dig svarene – og er et uvurderligt værktøj for alle læger, forskere og sundhedsfagligt personale der bruger diagnosekoder.

Avancerede søgefunktioner gør det muligt at søge både alfabetisk og systematisk. Du kan organisere udvalgte favoritter i mapper efter fx. speciale eller diagnosetype. Diagnosekoder kan e-mailes til kollegaer eller til dig selv for senere brug. Yderligere information om en diagnose kan søges i Wikipedia direkte fra app’en!

Medicinsk Kompendium Lommebog

Den moderne læge skal kunne håndtere store mængder af ny viden på tværs af flere specialer, hvilket kan være en stor udfording. Kan du redegøre for symptombilledet ved systemisk lupus erythematosus eller behandlingen af primær hyperparathyroidisme? Medicinsk Kompendium Lommebog har svaret!

Medicinsk Kompendium Lommebog giver en hurtig adgang til den nyeste viden om de intern medicinske kerneområder. Værket beskriver diagnostik og behandling af de almindeligst forekommende sygdomme.

Det skrev Ugeskrift for Læger: “…alle kommende og nuværende læger, der har berøring med medicinske sygdomme, bør straks anskaffe sig 17. udgave af Medicinsk Kompendium. Det vil forblive hovedreferencen i den kliniske hverdag, også de kommende år.”

Kirurgisk Kompendium Kittelbog

Med denne 3. udgave af Kirurgisk Kompendium Kittelbog bevæger Kirurgisk Kompendium sig ind i den elektroniske informations-tidsalder. I denne udgave er alle afsnit fuldstændig opdateret, endvidere er bogen udvidet med nye og store afsnit om minimal invasiv kirurgi (omfattende såvel laparoskopi som endoskopi), da dette område er i stadig ekspansion.

Der er oprettet pakkeprogrammer for cancersygdommene i en forventning om at fremskynde udredningen og forbedre behandlingen, og der er tilkommet nye fagområder. Et af disse er akut medicin, der trods navnet omfatter en betydelig del af traumatologien, samt modtagelsen og den initiale behandling af en del af de akutte kirurgiske sygdomme. På den baggrund er opsætningen forbedret i flere af kapitlerne.

Skadebogen 11. udgave

Skadebogen: Ortopædkirurgiske skader 11. udgave. Af Overlæge Dr. Med. Bengt Lund og Speciallæge Svend-Erik Heiselberg.

Vurdering og behandling af de almindeligste ortopædkirurgiske skader.

Skadebogen er et praktisk opslagsværk i lommeformat. Den giver behandlingsforslag til de almindeligste ortopædkirurgiske skader med angivelse af tidshorisont og evt. komplikationer.

Der er klassifikationsoversigt af frakturer og oversigter over vurdering ved forbrændinger, multitraumer, kranie- og hjerneskader, columna- og medullaskader, thoraxskader, tandskader, øjen- og øreskader.

English description: Emergency Room Orthopedics. Concise description of the most common conditions in orthopedic surgery as seen in the emergency room. This book has been a classic for many years among young interns and residents in Scandinavia.

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