5 Best Critical apps for Android (Medical)
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Following is our list of the best critical apps for Android. Trusted developers like Limmer Education, LLC and ClinCalc LLC are known to create software that in theory will improve wellbeing and health. After extensive testing we've concluded that the best apps include 101 Last Min Study Tips -Medic, ICU Trials by ClinCalc, Critical, .
1 101 Last Min Study Tips -Medic
Medic, 101 study cards with fast facts and critical thinking questions.
The 101 Last Min Study Tips -Medic app is a free app that provides study cards with fast facts and critical thinking questions for last-minute exam study or to keep a paramedic sharp. It covers important topics such as pharmacology, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, assessment, cardiology and resuscitation, medical emergencies, trauma, and operations. This app is not a complete exam preparation product, but it is a focused and fast tool for last-minute review. It is also recommended for paramedic students to download the free 101 Last Minute Study Tips for EMTs. This app is a service of EMS1.com and Limmer Creative and is not affiliated with the NREMT.
2 ICU Trials by ClinCalc
Summarized landmark critical care trials - right at your fingertips
ICU Trials by ClinCalc is a useful app for both new and experienced critical care clinicians. It provides a quick reference and learning tool for important ICU trials across various specialties. Each entry contains a short summary of the trial, including key points like criteria, protocols, endpoints, findings, and expert commentary. The app also allows users to easily share trial citations with colleagues via email. The database currently includes 83 landmark trials on topics such as ARDS, cardiac arrest, DVT/PE, and more, with new trials being added regularly. The app is created and maintained by Sean P. Kane, a clinical pharmacist specializing in critical care.
Medical Guide, Comprehensive, robust and sleek, and the best-selling app in its class!
The Critical app for Android has been improved based on user feedback. The app now has a better user interface (UI) and new features. Bugs have been fixed and the app now includes a nice iPad version. The EC135 tank section has been updated, and a conversion factor can be changed. The app also adds the Bell 407 to its list and includes new calculators and layouts. The Peds section has a widget for CPR, and the app's UI has been improved in various areas such as ABG, drips, and pharmacology. There are also speed improvements, major UI changes, small bug fixes, and more. Users are encouraged to try the app and provide feedback.
4 Pet First Aid
Critical pet first aid info at your fingertips.
The American Red Cross Pet First Aid app is a 99-cent app that provides veterinary advice and guidance for pet emergencies. It includes how to videos, step-by-step instructions, and interactive quizzes for common emergency situations. The app also allows you to customize multiple pet profiles, locate emergency vet hospitals or pet-friendly hotels, and set veterinary appointments. Other features include a programmable veterinary contact number, an early warning sign checker, and advice on administering medication, behavioral help, and disaster preparedness. The app is available for both cats and dogs.
5 Davis Clinical Nursing Skills
Invaluable resource for both the common and critical clinical procedures
The Davis Clinical Nursing Skills app is a helpful tool for nurses. It provides step-by-step directions and reasons for each procedure, so you know what to do and why. It includes a complete unit on physical assessment, with detailed coverage and over 100 illustrations. There is also a Special Considerations section for different client needs. The app also has features to help you quickly find information, such as multiple indices and bookmarks. You can also mark topics with voice notes or annotations to remember important facts.
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