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Description

This program is a comprehensive list and overview of the drugs used by paramedics, as well as a reference of the most common home medications and their classes.

This program was created by a paramedic for paramedics.
The program includes:

1) All the LA County Medications approved for use by the LA County DHS. (per EMS Update 2009)
2) One-hundred and eleven (111) of the most commonly used emergency medications. Conforms to the 1998 U.S. DOT EMT-Paramedic National Standard Curriculum and 2005 AHA Guidelines.
3) Fourteen-hundred and seventy-three (1473) common home medications and their classes. Just a list of classes. Not a description of each.
4) List defining home medication classes
5) LA DHS Medical Control Guidelines
6) All La DHS Treatment Guidelines
7) All La DHS SFTP's
8) DHS policies including 506, 806.1, 808.1, 814
9) Receiving hospitals based on current GPS location.

LA County Medications Include:
1.Adenosine
2.Albuterol Sulfate
3.Amiodarone
4.Amyl Nitrite
5.Aspirin
6.Atropine Sulfate
7.Calcium Chloride
8.Dextrose 50%
9.Diphenhydramine
10.Dopamine
11.Epinephrine Hydrochloride
12.Glucagon
13.Midazolam
14.Morphine Sulfate
15.Naloxone Hydrochloride
16.Nitroglycerin
17.Oxygen
18.Potassium Chloride
19.Pralidoxime
20.Sodium Bicarbonate

National Registry Drugs Include:
1.Abciximab
2.Acetaminophen
3.Activated Charcoal
4.Adenosine
5.Albuterol
6.Alteplase Recombinant (tPa)
7.Aminophylline
8.Amiodarone
9.Amrinone (Inamrinone)
10.Amyl Nitrite
11.Anistreplase (Apsac)
12.Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid)
13.Atenolol
14.Atracurium
15.Atropine
16.Bretylium
17.Bumetanide
18.Butorphanol
19.Calcium Chloride
20.Calcium Gluconate
21.Chlordiazepoxide
22.Chlorpromazine
23.Dexamethasone
24.Dextrose
25.Diazepam
26.Diazoxide
27.Digoxin
28.Digoxin Immune Fab
29.Diltiazem
30.Dimenhydrinate
31.Dimercaprol
32.Diphenhydramine
33.Dobutamine
34.Dopamine
35.Droperidol
36.Enoxaparin
37.Epinephrine
38.Eptifibatide
39.Esmolo
40.Etomidate
41.Fentanyl Citrate
42.Flecainide
43.Flumazenil
44.Fosphenytoin
45.Furosemide
46.Glucagon
47.Haloperidol
48.Heparin
49.Hydralazine
50.Hydrocortisone
51.Hydroxyzine
52.Ibuprofen
53.Ibutilide
54.Inamrinone
55.Insulin
56.Ipecac Syrup
57.Ipratropium
58.Isoetharine
59.Isoproterenol
60.Ketorolac
61.Labetalol
62.Levalbuterol
63.Lidocaine
64.Lorazepam
65.Magnesium Sulfate
66.Mannitol
67.Meperidine
68.Metaproterenol
69.Metaraminol
70.Methylprednisolone
71.Metoclopramide
72.Metoprolol
73.Midazolam
74.Milrinone
75.Morphine
76.Nalbuphine
77.Naloxone
78.Nesiritide
79.Nifedipine
80.Nitroglycerin
81.Nitrous Oxide
82.Norepinephrine
83.Olanzapine
84.Oxygen
85.Oxytocin
86.Pancuronium Bromide
87.Phenobarbital
88.Phenytoin
89.Physostigmine
90.Pralidoxime
91.Procainamide
92.Prochlorperazine
93.Promethazine
94.Propafanone
95.Propofol
96.Propranolol
97.Prostaglandin E1
98.Racemic Epinephrine
99.Rocuronium
100.Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3)
101 Sodium Nitroprusside
102.Sotalol
103.Streptokinase
104.Succinylcholine
105.Tenecteplase
106.Thiamine
107.Tirobifan
108.Vasopressin
109.Vecuronium
110.Verapamil
111.Ziprasidone


All drugs have been checked and double checked for accuracy. In the event you do find a drug that has an error. Please contact us at ParamedicApp@gmail.com

What's New

Version 5.1

-iOS 9 Compatibility.
-Notifications within the app.
-Background updates of documents.
-Various other bug fixes.

NOTE: If you have google maps installed, the application will now default to loading the maps within that application. Otherwise, the application will launch the default Apple Maps Application.

Ratings and Reviews

No data

KU$

This app is horrible. Nothing loads. It only says no data, coming soon. I've contacted the developer many times and received no response. I've deleted and reloaded and nothing. Don't waste your $$

L.A.s Finest!

Kenzo3000

This app is ESSENTIAL for any Paramedic or EMT in L.A! As important as any training or safety device. Takes all guesswork out of EVERY aspect of field prehospital care in L.A. County. This app can actually make you a better care provider and operate more efficiently. I used this app onmy iPod touch and loved it. I used it on calls, after calls, and during CE. The iPad version will be even better now. This app is the wave of the future and a must have. I never leave the station or get off the Engine without it!

Very Useful APP for all Medics or Medic students

MiamiMedic

No matter what you do as a Paramedic this app will serve you , every prehospital or emergency drug is in it , and the information about each drug goes beyond what any department's protocol book goes . The only thing I would wish to be changed is the Home Med part more information .Because many times the Meds we find on our patient can totally change our treatment plan.I currently use top 200 drugs as a med reference

Information

Seller
Ricky olivarez
Size
8.6 MB
Category
Medical
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
Copyright
© IphoneMedic
Price
$4.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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