By Guilherme Caldas
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VetPlus is the most complete veterinary application in the AppStore.
Contains 5 different applications that will help veterinarians, students and people working in the area.
The first application is the Vet Therapeutic Guide, a complete veterinary drug formulary (dogs and cats) for your IPhone, IPod or IPad, with over 600 drugs with the following information:
Pharmacology and category of use
Dosing information and comments
The second application is the Vet Veterinary Dosage calculator , a drug formulary with more than 500 drugs for dogs and cats, where you put the weight of the animal and the app gives you the dose.
You can search by drug name or just type a word like antibiotic or anti-inflammatory and the app show you the drugs that meet that criteria.
Every drug has the indication and the dosage.
The third application is a manual of veterinary electrocardiography for dogs and cats, with more than 20 conditions and examples for you.
The fourth application is a basic anatomy atlas of the dog and the cat.
The Fifth application are veterinary calculators, included:
Canine Emergency Drug Calculator
Feline Emergency Drug Calculator
Anesthesia Pre Medication Calculator
Anesthesia Induction Calculator
Body Surface area
Fluid therapy Replacement
Flud therapy Maintenance
Blood Transfusion Calculator
Made by vets for vets.
Do you want an app where you can save all your clients and patients info? Search the AppStore for VetPro, the only veterinary patient manager with iCloud support in the AppStore
Check out too Vet Blood Tests Guide, Vet Anesthesia Guide, Vet Poisoning and VetECG, available in the AppStore
What's New in Version 4.0
iOS 7 design update
I just bought this app and after just a minute looking at it, I wish I hadn't wasted the money.
Parts of the anatomy section are not helpful at all. For example the section on dental anatomy does not show a true dental chart-- needs to show how to properly number the teeth to be helpful. The nervous system anatomy just shows a full body drawing of a dog with line drawings of nerves -not helpful at all.
I looked at the calculation section and the calculator to determine fluid therapy has confusing set up -- there is not a place to enter percent dehydration. Also, the word dehydration is not even spelled correctly.
Looks like the app is a good idea that needs a lot of work.
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Oct 10, 2013
- Version: 4.0
- Size: 5.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Guilherme Caldas
- © VetApps Software & Mobile Applications
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.