Medtouch announces a smart guide for quick reference in Medical and Pediatric Clinic , with index and search bars, contemplating the Major drugs used in emergency and intensive care, made by physicians working on the front lines who, therefore, know which information is actually relevant!
A guide made so that you won’t have any more doubts about the drugs used in critical situations of medical action.
Doses, dilutions, standard solutions, corrections to renal failure, risk in pregnancy and lactation everything easily accessible. Search bars for active ingredients , trade names and clinical indications, dosages for adults and pediatrics..
For each drug, there are informations such as:
Side effects and contraindications
Doses in adults
Doses in pediatrics
Corrections for renal failure
Risk in gestation
Risk in lactation
Preparation/Administration (dilution, stability etc.)
With simple and intuitive interface, you can easily access key information of the most common drugs used in medical shifts.
And we implemented a calculator to facilitate major accounts we do in our shifts (ex: creatinine clearance, drippings dobutamine / noradrenaline / dopamine / nitroprusside, conversion dosages (corticosteroids, opioids) and others.
Not just a medication guide, but rather a clever quick reference, containing only the important information and only the medications that you will use in emergency and ICU, including electrolytes, antibiotics, new anticoagulants and antiplatelet!
Do not waste time with tons of useless information. There is no use for a guide with over 10,000 drugs if, during your medical life, you do not prescribe or even access information on 2% of active ingredients! And in an emergency, time is of the essence!
How many times have you given up searching for a specific important information about a drug under tons of useless informations on the screen of your device?
With Drugs in Emergency and ICU it over. Only important information chosen by experts in emergency and intensive therapy and based on reliable references and related practices.
In this practical guide you will find information on the following medications:
Adenosine,,Ranitidine, Epinephrine, Factor VII, Ipratropium,Amiodarone, Salbutamol, Hydrocortisone,,Atracurium,, Atropine, Clonidine, Desmopressin, Heparin,, Dexamethasone, Naloxone, Alteplase (rt-PA), Dexmedetomidine Succinylcholine, Hyoscine, Diazepam, Insulin,, Dobutamine, Ketoprofen Dopamine, Nitroglycerin, Enoxaparin, Lidocaine, Erytropoietin, Levosimendan Esmolol, Omeprazole, Mannitol. Etomidate, Fentanyl, Loperamide, Filgastrim Methylprednisolone, Flumazenil, Lactulose, Furosemide, Haloperidol, Morphine, Hydralazine, Oxytocin, Pancuronium