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Paramedic Drug List

The EMS Flashcards Paramedic Drug List app is a must-have study tool and reference guide with 55 drugs based on the National Registry standard, built by an emergency medical responder, for Paramedics, EMS professionals, instructors, and students. If you want to study the drugs used in emergency medical response, then this app is for you.

EMS Flashcards is a streamlined study tool with its no-nonsense, all-about-the-knowledge design. No fancy, bug-laden graphics to slow down your study session. Just the facts. Just the knowledge.

Say goodbye to medical reference pocketbooks. You’ll have practical and usable reference material right on your smartphone.

Enhance your downtime in the field by drilling yourself on important emergency drugs.

No hidden subscription fees or in-app purchases. Buy it once, you’ll own it for life—ad-free.

As a study tool, you can quiz yourself on any card using the flashcard feature. If you get the answer right, you can place the card in the “Answered Correctly” pile. If you get the answer wrong, you can place the card in the “Answered Incorrectly” pile. This allows you to isolate the incorrect cards and quiz yourself on your weak points later.

**Each drug listing contains:

Drug Classification
Mechanism of Action
Side Effects
Drug Dosages (Refer to your local drug dosage protocols, as they will vary)

Don’t let your Paramedic pharmacology mastery fade away.

Download the app and start retaining your knowledge today!

What’s New

Version 3.0

*Included new feature to allow users to access the selected flashcard from the History page.
*Improved images and graphics layout on the Flashcards page.
*Improved Incorrect Pile study features.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
9 Ratings
9 Ratings

Missing important information

While studying the different drugs and there properties. I have found that they are all missing ONSET/DURATION... I also find it frustrating that the portrait mode is locked. Besides those problems it’s a decent app. Also as I’m studying, I found in the Naloxone (Narcan) section you don’t even have IN as a route of administration... that’s like one of the most used ways. I’m starting to second guess if this was a good purchase.

Stupidfrickinnickname ,

Just frustrating

The fact that every menu screen is locked to portrait view, and every drug card is locked to horizontal view, I find myself rotating my phone every 2.5 seconds when clicking through the cards. Also, app should allow you to select a drug and flip through all cards (classification, MOA, indications) for each drug without having to go back to the menu screen.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for your feedback on our app. We understand your frustration with going back and forth from the cards page, but the page is designed to give you individual access to card for a quick reference. If you click on “start session” you can file through the intirety of the cards without going back to the cards page. Also you can study individual subcategories to focus in on a particular category. And don’t forget you can study all the cards you need improvement on, as they are collected in the “incorrect pile” thank you!

Women driver ,

Worth the money

This is the second EMS app I've purchased. No real complaints about it. Don't expect lots of features it's simple and to the point. I like the layout of the definition. It makes it easy to remember.


Tadeh Tahmasian
1.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
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