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  • #: 201757
  • Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
  • Category: Medical
  • Updated: 2016-01-27
  • Current Version: 6.1
  • 6.1
  • Size: 9.20 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Joshua Mularella
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.
  • © 2011 Josh Mularella
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iMedicalApps.com: #2 app for emergency medicine!

EM:RAP October 2014 edition by Michelle Lin: Top app for emergency medicine!!

Lifeinthefastlane.com: "This app is fantastic. Reasonably priced, simple to use and crammed with useful information. I. Love. It."

ACEP 2015 lecture on mobile apps: "Essential app for EM physicians"

Ranked in over 60 countries!!!

ERres is an easy-to-navigate bedside tool containing the various calculators, medication lists, algorithms, decision rules, clinical policies and core content most often looked up by emergency care providers.

An evidence-based and up-to-date app that works on both your iPhone (portrait) AND iPad (landscape and portrait). Continuously updated and expanded.

So why continue buying paperback references year after year when for the price of a large mocha latte you can buy ERres now and get all future updates... for free!?!?

Below is a SAMPLE list of available features.


- search function

- bookmarks


- Antidotes

- Elimination by dialysis

- Prevent absorption

- Specific toxins (acetaminophen, CCB, snakebite)

- Toxidromes


- Conversions

- IV drip rate

- OB wheel

- Pediatric dosing


- CSF analysis

- Eye chart

- Intraosseous needles

- Local anesthetics

- Ruler and pupil gauge



- Gallbladder

- IVC/fluid status

- Pelvic

- Pneumothorax

Intubation and sedation:

- ARDSnet

- Post-intubation package


- Procedural sedation meds

- RSI meds

- RSI in head injury

- Sedation scales


- ACLS and PALS algorithms

- Code meds


- H's and T's

- Sepsis

- Shock

- Vasopressors

Decision rules:

- C-spine clearance

- DVT and pulmonary embolism

- Knee trauma

- Minor head trauma

- Ottawa rules

- Pediatric septic hip

- Pneumonia scores

- Strep throat

- Stroke and TIA

- Syncope rules

- TIMI score for UA/NSTEMI



- Agitation

- Antidotes

- Common drips

- Hypertensive emergency

- IV fluids

- Local anesthetics

- Vasopressors


- Acid base

- Allergy and anaphylaxis

- Burns

- Cardiology (Duke criteria, STEMI guidelines, ECG section)

- Dental

- Endocrine and lytes (DKA, hyperkalemia and thyroid storm)

- Formulas

- GU and renal (priapism, STD treatment, UTI/pyelonephritis)

- Heme/Onc (factor replacement, neutropenic fever, supratherapeutic INR)

- Lab values

- Neurology (seizures, spinal cord syndromes, stroke)

- OB/Gyn (OB wheel, postpartum hemorrhage, rhogam, shoulder dystocia)

- Ophtho (acute glaucoma, eye chart, visual pathway)

- Pulmonary (asthma)


- Head (TBI guidelines)

- Neck and cord (spinal cord syndromes, spine fractures, zones of the neck)

- Chest (blunt cardiac injury, hemothorax and pneumothorax)

- Upper extremity (elbow ossification centers)

- Lower extremity (bohler's angle, patella alta/infera)


- Weight based tape

- Acute otitis media

- APGAR score

- Elbow ossification centers

- Fever guidelines

- Febrile seizures

- Salter-harris fractures

- Sick neonate differential

- Vital signs

What's New in Version 6.1

Thanks for all the comments and suggestions!
Have another idea to improve ERres? Then email us at expeditiondocs@gmail.com.

NEW sections:
- Ascitic fluid analysis
- Eyelid conditions
- Hestia criteria for PEs
- UGIB treatment

Updated sections:
- Sepsis Bundle
- ACLS/PALS algorithms
- C-spine clearance in obtunded patient
- CDC STD treatment guidelines

iPhone Screenshots

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Rated 5/5 based on 1 customer reviews.


5/5 stars

Great Work!

An excellent beginning to an app that can only get better with time. There is some excellent information in this app for ED residents, attendings, ED RNs, & mid-level practitioners. I am an ED nurse, with 12+ years of experience working in a Level I Trauma Center and I am also now a NP student. So, I can speak from experience and definitely say that I find this to be a well-thought out app. It is useful, practical & provides so much education - for FREE! Can't go wrong. I am anxious for the missing parts to be fixed/finished/updated, however. Great work, guys! Keep it up! I plan to show this to my colleagues for their use.


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