March 21, 2012 in Medical (E)
[prMac.com] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Denali Apps today is pleased to announce ERres 3.0 for iOS, a major update to their Emergency Medicine rapid reference tool. Developed by a third year emergency medicine resident, it is ideal for anyone involved in emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, or critical care, including students, doctors, PAs, NPs, nurses, EMTs, and prehospital providers. The app is evidence-based, up-to date and contains rules, tests, tables, guidelines, treatments, summaries, dosing, and color flow charts for quick look-up.
One of the most popular emergency medicine reference apps available for iDevices, ERres is used every day in the ED, at the bedside, on the wards, and in the field. Launching instantly, the app's home screen displays eight different categories of information: Toxicology, Medicine, Drugs, Pediatrics, Resuscitation, Trauma, Clinical Decision Rules, and Intubation. Touching any icon opens a scrolling list of entries, each of which may open sub-entries or go directly to the final article/table/graphic. Articles are succinct and include textbook and journal references. ERres is fully searchable and has a touch-activated scrolling list of all 134 articles.
Topics (134 total):
* ABCD2 score, Acetaminophen overdose, Acid-base compensation, Acid-base “made easy,” Acid-base mnemonics, Acute angle glaucoma, Acute otitis media, Adult asystole & PEA algorithm, Adult bradycardia algorithm, Adult post-arrest algorithm
* Adult tachycardia algorithm, Adult v-fib/v-tach algorithm, Anaphylaxis, Antibiotics for open fracture, APGAR score, ARDSnet card, ASA classification, Asthma meds
* Beta blocker overdose, Blood products, Blunt cardiac injury, Bohler’s angle, Boston syncope rule, Burns center referral
* C-spine imaging, Calcium channel blocker overdose, Canadian C-spine rules, Canadian CT head rules, Cardiac box, Cardiac markers, Centor score, Cholinergic toxidrome, CMS core measures, Cincinnatti prehospital stroke scale, Common drips
* Common formulas, CSF analysis, CT head rules in pediatrics, CURB-65 pneumonia score
* Dermatomes, Dilantin loading, Duke criteria for endocarditis, ECG- axis, ECG- basics, ECG- blocks, ECG- differential diagnosis ST elevation, ECG- differential diagnosis tall R wave in V1, ECG- MI anatomy, ECG- QT interval, ECG- rate, Elbow ossification, Electrolyte replacement, Elevated INR, Elimination by dialysis (tox), Ellis classification
* Factor replacement, Fever guidelines (pediatric), Glasgow coma scale, H’s and T’s, Hemorrhagic stroke, Hypertensive emergency meds, Hyperthermia differential diagnosis, IV fluids, Insulin pharmacokinetics, Invasive EGDT, Ischemic stroke
* Kocher criteria, LA prehospital stroke screen, Local anesthetics, Mallampati score, Motor testing, NEXUS criteria, NIH stroke scale, Neutropenic fever, New Orleans head CT rules, Noninvasive EGDT, Opioid toxidrome, Opioid withdrawal toxidrome, Ottawa ankle/foot rules
* PBW & tidal volumes, PERC criteria, PSI/PORT Pneumonia score, Parkland formula, Patella alta/infera, Pediatric vital signs, Peds asystole & PEA algorithm, Peds bradycardia algorithm, Peds IV fluids, Peds NRP algorithm, Peds tachycardia algorithm, Peds v-fib/v-tach algorithm, Peds weight-based “tape,” Pittsburgh knee rules,
* Postpartum hemorrhage, Predicted PEFR, Prevent absorption (tox), Procedural sedation meds, Push dose pressors, Ramsey scale, Rhogam Richmond agitation sedation scale, Riker sedation agitation scale, ROSE syncope rule, RSI meds, RSI in head injury protocol, Rule of 9’s
* Salter Harris fractures, San Francisco syncope rule, Sedative-hypnotic toxidrome, Sedative-hypnotic withdrawal toxidrome, Sepsis definitions, Serotonin syndrome, Sgarbossa criteria, Shoulder dystocia algorithm, Spinal cord syndromes, Status epilepticus algorithm, STD treatment, Steroid equivalents, Steroids in spinal cord injury, Sympathomimetic toxidrome, Synovial fluid analysis
* TBI guidelines, TIMI score, Teeth numbering, Thrombocytopenia, Tox- clinical findings, Tox- vital signs, Vaccinations, Vasopressors, Visual pathway, Well’s criteria, Westley croup score, Zones of the neck
"Whether you're a student or a teacher, get ERres today, and put emergency medicine in the palm of your hand," stated developer and Emergency Medicine resident, Dr. Josh Mularella.
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later (iOS 5 tested)
* Universal app optimized for display on all iOS devices
* 6.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
ERres 3.0 is $3.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Medical category. Review copies are available on request.
Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Denali Apps was founded by Josh Mularella in 2012. Josh, a third year emergency medicine resident in Philadelphia. He specializes in developing innovative and useful medical apps for the iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) 2012 Denali Apps, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.