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Push Dose Pressors

This application provides the healthcare professional with a method of titrating inotropes and vasopressors in a controlled manner without need for an infusion

This application provides the healthcare professional with a method of titrating inotropes and vasopressors in a controlled manner without need for an infusion

Push Dose Pressors

by ITDCS Ltd
Push Dose Pressors
Push Dose Pressors
Push Dose Pressors

What is it about?

This application provides the healthcare professional with a method of titrating inotropes and vasopressors in a controlled manner without need for an infusion. ‘Push Dose Pressors’ allows critically ill adults and children to receive quicker access to lifesaving vasoactive drugs. Designed to provide stability while a standard infusion is prepared or when haemodynamic compromise is expected to be short-lived e.g. induction of anaesthesia.

Push Dose Pressors

App Details

Version
1.6
Rating
NA
Size
60Mb
Genre
Medical
Last updated
October 10, 2016
Release date
August 26, 2013
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App Store Description

This application provides the healthcare professional with a method of titrating inotropes and vasopressors in a controlled manner without need for an infusion. ‘Push Dose Pressors’ allows critically ill adults and children to receive quicker access to lifesaving vasoactive drugs. Designed to provide stability while a standard infusion is prepared or when haemodynamic compromise is expected to be short-lived e.g. induction of anaesthesia.

The easy to use interphase means the user can quickly find the information they need and make this application a real joy to use. Important design features include: 



• The ability to provide an ‘estimated weight’ for children using the latest versions of the Advance Paediatric Life Support (APLS) formulae.

• The flexibility of preparing medications using either a ‘Fixed Volume’ or ‘Fixed Concentration’ method.
• ‘Fixed Volume’ means the concentration you make up each time will vary depending on the patient’s weight, however you always administer the same volume.

• ‘Fixed Concentration’ means the drugs are prepared in the same standard concentrations each time, however the volume administered each time will vary depending on the patient’s weight.

This application is a must for any healthcare professional who as some stage may find themselves looking after an acutely unwell patient.