Critical Care Emergencies

Critical Care Emergencies

By Paul Chan

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2013-07-25
  • Current Version: 2017.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 21.62 MB
  • Developer: Paul Chan
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
Score: 2
From 5 Ratings


Critical Care Emergencies Emergency incorporates the latest clinical guidelines from the 2013 American Heart Association for Critical Care and Emergency Care. Critical Care Emergencies includes updated algorithms as well as information on stroke and acute coronary syndromes. Critical Care Emergencies features AED usage, ACC/AHA STEMI guidelines, automated external defibrillation, toxicology, electrolyte imbalances, and advanced airway support. Critical Care Emergencies is a valuable quick-reference tool for ECC healthcare providers and students; personnel in emergency, intensive care, and critical-care departments; and emergency medical services providers. Critical Care Emergencies includes advanced clinical calculators for the iPhone and iPad. Calculate cardiovascular risk, Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome scores, and cardiac output in seconds. What's new: New critical treatment guidelines.



  • needs improvement

    By Ralph Fiennes
    Questions poorly written with grammar errors. Rationales incorrect! Beware this is a fraud
  • Cant enter data

    By Benpa937
    Not worthit
  • Needs improvement

    By Ldt_05
    I agree that this has some nice features, but improvement is needed for the iPad. The calculation are moved to the top of the screen and cut off rendering it useless. There is no way to move it down. Also, not all the ACLS links correspond to the headings. For instance, when I press the acute coronary syndrome link it takes me to hypertension in acute stroke, toxicology goes to hyperkalemia, etc. Fix the issues and tis could be a 4 to 5 star app. I would not purchase this app until the bugs are fixed.
  • Needs adjustments

    By Zizzolizzo
    There are some really nice calculators and features in this app. However Im using an iPad and the top of the calculators are cut off by the top menu bar. It is not possible to fill in the data for several of these calculators rendering them useless. It was not possible to rotate the screen or pull the it down in order to lower the boxes to fill in data either. BUMMER!