The steps are bulleted and put in an easy
to read short monographs and summaries.
However there are several shortcomings:
First; they should include a built-in drug dose
calculator into these steps otherwise it's not practical to
leave the application and go to another one when we
are in hurry managing the critical patient.
Second; it would be much easier to have the
steps flowing in an algorithm style with yes or no
junctions see PALS from Doctorcalc as
Third; when there is an algorithm as in the
case of NALS it is not yet working
on the iPhone!
|Life Support 360 - Skyscape|
|Last Reviewed on January 7, 2009|
- This is one of the 360 series provided by Skyscape together with other titles
[like CME 360]; they aim at circumventing [hence the name 360] the essential
tools needed by physicians at the bedside.
- Written by Grant Fraser founder of Medical Wizards this small ebook
represent a collection of the latest AHA guidelines.
- What matters most to us peds is there including PALS and NALS.
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