EMS Pocket Notes
By Rod Edwardson
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EMS Pocket Notes (EMSPN) is a complete EMS Field Reference Guide and data tracking application for your iPhone or iTouch. This resourceful software is ideal for any EMT, Paramedic or First Responder.
The following material will be readily available on your handheld device within seconds; anywhere, anytime!
Thousands of medical acronyms, most commonly prescribed medications, lab values, almost 10,000 medical word spelling reference database, EKG reference (With images), Medical Priority Dispatch(c) card information, MI chart, peds estimated weight/vitals, peds faces of pain scale, patching formats, MCI and rotary rescue prompts, street drug database including approx. 3,000 slang and street terms (With images), conversion charts, rule of nines, APGAR, GCS, PHI, dose, drip, due date and infusion calculators, contraction timer and much more!
EMS Pocket Notes also includes a call Log, medication admin & skills log, overtime tracker and a customizable medications/protocols database.
Added features include; editable and “Smart” drop lists that allow for lightning fast data entry and customization for your specific service, storage of photos with each record, display addresses on a map by the simple tap of a button, find, filter or sort entries, email either a .pdf or .csv of individual records, record sets or the entire table of data, record audio, take a picture or draw a digital sketch and attach them to most database records.
As you can clearly see, EMSPN will prove itself to be an invaluable tool and an integral part of your shift!
Useless, Difficult to Navigate
This app is basically useless and hardly does any of the things it advertises. I am an EMT and would love to have a good field guide to use on my iPhone, but this definitely isn't it. This app is difficult to navigate, especially in a high pressure emergency situation. I wish I could get my money back since I'll probably never use this app again.
Not as good as I had hoped.
I downloaded this app to try...Im a paramedic and am always looking for new reference info for the iphone. I was disappointed by this one. For example, in the conversion menu, there is no where to easily convert a patient's weight. The drug infusion menus are very generic and not drug specific. Its not a bad program if you havent tried anything else... but there are better apps out there.
- Category: Medical
- Released: Aug 03, 2011
- Version: 1.08
- Size: 4.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Rod Edwardson
- © Rod Edwardson
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.