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Surface Burn Calculator

Record burn regions using professional editing tools

Record burn regions using professional editing tools

Surface Burn Calculator

by Jeffrey Holcombe
Surface Burn Calculator
Surface Burn Calculator
Surface Burn Calculator

What is it about?

Record burn regions using professional editing tools. Vector-based graphics for high-precision detail. Easy, fast and simple to use. Quick Calculator for immediate Parkland results. Enhanced Rule of Nines using BMI and Rule of Eights for infants under 10 kg and adults over 80 kg using the Rule of Fives.

Surface Burn Calculator

App Details

Version
2.2.1
Rating
(2)
Size
100Mb
Genre
Medical Utilities
Last updated
September 17, 2021
Release date
August 6, 2021
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App Store Description

Record burn regions using professional editing tools. Vector-based graphics for high-precision detail. Easy, fast and simple to use. Quick Calculator for immediate Parkland results. Enhanced Rule of Nines using BMI and Rule of Eights for infants under 10 kg and adults over 80 kg using the Rule of Fives.

The Total Surface Burn Area (TBSA) is calculated from the drawn regions using the Rule of Nines. Along with the patient’s weight, height, gender, and chart-type (adult, child, infant), the Parkland Formula is used to determine an accurate amount of fluids to give the patient.

KEY FEATURES
Create, View, Sort, Search, Edit, and More - Unlike other calculation software, you can view and revise past records. Organize the chart list view by select fields or find results by customized title.

Quick, Efficient and Detailed Calculations - Edit quickly with simple inputs using Quick Calculate. Bypass patient measurement information to quickly draw burn regions and return to add patient details later.

Encrypted & Compliant - Patient charts are stored locally with high-level encryption.

Enhanced Rules - An available option in the application considers the latest medical studies to calculate more accurately based on BMI and body-type.

Professional Editing Tools - Use the basic Brush tool commonly seen in other software or take advantage of the Lasso tool to quickly draw the entire burn region in one motion!

Pan and Zoom! - Two-Finger-Pan, Touch-to-Pan, Pinch-to-Zoom, and more allow for precision results and faster burn region input.

Reverse-draw - Reverse side is drawn under the current view to allow the burn pattern to be matched from the anterior to the posterior.

Vector-based Graphics - Utilizing point-to-point Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) stores the burn region as a digital value for: Better precision feedback / display, future-proofing as calculations and formulas change, and more.

Share Results - The chart is exportable via the apps 'Share' feature. Integration with a facilities in-house patient chart / EMR is available upon request.

Tailored Preferences - Default opening a chart to Move mode to prevent accidental input, or default to Edit mode for faster input.

Custom Basis Values - Enter your weighted basis value that best suits your knowledge and expertise or facility guidelines. Available for adult and child/infant charts separately.

FAQs
Q. How do calculations work?
A. Anterior and Posterior body regions are divided into an average total of 35 different parts (hand, lower arm, upper arm, etc.). Each section is then combined into the respective region for display purposes (arm, leg) to give the total value for a more user-friendly view. The system then reduces and evaluates each collection of regions and determines the percentage of the clipped area that is filled-in. Each collection is then totaled and input into the Parkland Formula to determine the amount of fluids to provide.

Q. How are records stored securely?
A. Patient charts are stored locally with AES-256 using cipher block chaining (CBC) mode and a unique initialization vector (IV) which is never reused within a file, and then signed with a SHA-2 HMAC.

ROADMAP
Dynamic Charts The SVG files used to generate the outlines for the charts and regions are stored locally and can be overridden from a centralized API in the cloud or even an in-house server upon request.

Dynamic Rules The Rules are also stored in a flat-file format to allow for customization from an alternate source to provide consistent results with currently implemented estimation techniques.

All data collected is encrypted and used to provide recommendations. All information displayed should be verified and only used with the assistance or advice of a trained licensed professional.

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