Apps & Podcasts

Apps for Mobile Devices

MediMath Medical Calculator – $4.99
MediMath puts 144 of the most important medical calculators and scoring tools on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Its fast, native interface and comprehensive results help you spend less time crunching numbers and more time caring for patients.

Medscape – Free
Medscape from WebMD (medscape.com) is the leading medical resource most used by physicians, medical students, nurses and other healthcare professionals for clinical information.

Palm EM – $5.99
PalmEM is the leading emergency medicine quick reference. Trusted by tens of thousands of users, palmEM is the featured emergency medicine reference by Apple.

PALS – Pediatric Advanced Life Support – $2.99
PALS – Pediatric Advanced Life Support reflects the new 2012 AHA emergency cardiovascular care guidelines. Prehospital and hospital management of pediatric emergencies are included in a concise, outline format.

PediPain – $4.99
The PediPain App can be used as a point of care app for managing pain in children. It provides weight/age-based dosages for common medications used in managing pediatric pain.

SafeDose – Free
eBroselow SafeDose is a medication reference tool that provides mixing instructions, doses and drug administration information.

Podcasts

EM Cases – Free
Emergency Medicine Cases (EM Cases) is a free online medical education podcast & medical blog dedicated to providing online emergency medicine education & CME for physicians, residents, students, nurses & paramedics.
In this podcast, discussions are based on all things related to the crashing, critically ill patient in the Emergency Department. Find the show notes at emcrit.org.

The Playbook mission is to demysify the emergency care of infants and children. We all have the ability to provide excellent care of acutely ill and injured children. The Playbook is here to share tricks, tips, and lessons learned.

You have all of the skills you need to care for an acutely ill infant. Learn a few pearls to make this a smoother endeavor.

Intranasal medications, if understood and employed properly, are a great choice to avoid an IV or as a bridge until IV access is obtained. Learn the strengths and limits of intranasal fentanyl, midazolam, ketamine, and dexmedetomidine.


Recommended Websites for Emergency Medicine Apps

iMedical Apps for Emergency Medicine
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Apps to Help Manage Persistent Pain
Check out this website which has a list of pain apps that can assist children to elderly in managing pain.


Articles About Medical Apps

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