|First page (See Left)|
shows a list of
encountered in PALS.
Tapping on any will
reveal the details about
each (See Right).
The monographs are
written step by step
for each scenario.
The information is
consistent with the AHA
guidelines published in
as is shown here
on the top of the
page on the left.
|Last Reviewed on June 18, 2007|
- This is a short text reference that discusses important points and outlines
the guidelines published in Circulation 2005 (AHA guidelines).
- Epocrates Tables comes free with Epocrates Rx Pro and Epocrates Essentials
- Sadly this reference is not suitable for in-the-elevator review, that is we can
not read it on the run or while in the ER. It does however provide a good
refreshing reviews of the information when we want to remember the whole
- Another disadvantage is that it does not come in yes or no algorithm pattern
which is highly needed in emergency situations.
- It covers all scenarios (See screen shot below) even the neonatal
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