ACLS Sim 2016 is a medical app that helps with practicing and learning code situations.
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Review of best iphone code blue and acls medical apps
A review of a Wards 101-ipocketcards, which covers common ward issues for internal medicine, critical care, and emergency medicine.
A study describes a smartphone based alert system to help alert volunteers to nearby cardiac arrests, speeding initiation of CPR and defibrillation when seconds count.
iResus offers a wide menu of resuscitation guidelines, including BLS (basic life support), ALS (advanced life support), algorithms for tachycardia and bradycardia, guidelines for choking and anaphylaxis, use of AED’s (automated external defibrillators), and in-hospital resuscitation. The app is must-have for any healthcare provider, as it offers free, easily accessible and navigable resuscitation guidelines for emergency situations.
A RCT (randomized control trial) by researchers in Great Britain has shown how the iResus ACLS medical app can be used to improve physician performance in simulated medical emergencies.