Clinical veterinary practice: the satisfaction of knowing that you have done the best for your patients; isn’t that what we all want?

Emergency medicine can be busy and stressful with sometimes many seriously ill or injured patients. When managing these patients you need the convenience of quick reliable information. What is more convenient than your phone in your pocket or your tablet?

This is where the KIMBA Veterinary Emergency Medicine Small Animal app comes in.

Got a dog in hypovolaemic shock from acute haemorrhagic diarrhoea syndrome? Need a quick reminder of cardiovascular perfusion assessment? What about guidelines on fluid resuscitation and a fluid dose calculator?

Got a tomcat with urethral obstruction (“blocked cat”)? Need a quick reminder of management priorities? What about how to treat clinically significant hyperkalaemia including drug doses and a dose calculator?


Drug dose calculators:
• Single doses
• Single agent infusions
• Multiagent infusions, including separate morphine-lidocaine-ketamine (MLK) calculator

Fluid therapy calculators:
• Bolus calculator
• Infusion calculator

Drug formularies:
• Most commonly used emergency medicine drugs with doses, routes and extra comments
• Separate searchable canine and feline formularies

Other features:
• Extensive ‘5-minute consult’ style information on a variety of emergency complaints and disorders – including all the classics!
• Quick check data including e.g. physiological parameters, potassium and glucose supplementation charts, and CPR drug doses
• Separate sections on transfusion medicine and on neonates
• Clinical image gallery including radiographs and ECG strips

The app is downloaded to work offline offering guaranteed reliability irrespective of your practice’s internet connection.


This app is for veterinary surgeons and nurses/techs working in small animal/mixed practice. It will be most valuable to those dealing with emergency patient. But oh wait, isn’t that all veterinary practices?! The calculators and formularies are especially useful regardless of how many emergency patients you see.

The app will also be very helpful for veterinary students (doctors, nurses/techs) as a learning resource and clinical tool. Including in those stolen moments between seeing a case and having someone quiz you on it. We’ve got your back!


Shailen Jasani created the app. He is a small animal veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) specialist (Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care). He has extensive experience in both primary care and referral practice (, Shailen also has considerable teaching experience, especially with primary care vets and nurses/techs and with students.

Based on this experience, Shailen has created an app that provides practical help to colleagues working in clinical practice.

Please note that Shailen is very happy for you to contact him (see below). With questions about the educational information provided or queries about small animal ECC in general. But please do not get in touch with urgent questions about active cases as Shailen may not be able to respond in a suitable timeframe.


If you have any problems with or comments about this app please get in touch with Shailen via email at or on Twitter @VetEmCC.

For more veterinary ECC resources, check out: the FREE Veterinary ECC Small Talk podcast available in Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud and on the Veterinary ECC Small Talk website ( You may also wish to join our private Facebook group/page.

*This app is a clinical tool that will help you to deliver the best care to your patients. Got an emergency? Relax, you’ve got it covered*

What’s New

Version 1.2

Updates include:

- Addition of the Small Animal Coma Scale under Quick Check Data
- Fixing of an iPad bug in the Disclaimer page; the app can now be opened for the first time after installation in portrait or landscape mode.
- A number of minor updates in the content based on new information available since the app was originally created.
- A number of minor corrections in the content based on user feedback since v1.0.

Note: Image 4 ("Unilateral nasal oxygen catheter in a dog") is included with the kind permission of Dave Leicester.

Do let me know if you notice any further errors. Thanks for your ongoing support. (Shailen)

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Linopinoflox ,

Great app, would recommend

Love this app. I purchased it when I started my first job - OOH practice in a busy hospital (following a rotating internship in a referral hospital as a new grad). Comprehensive information on every emergency presentation you could encounter - from the more complicated DIC, to the more commonly encountered dystocia and blocked cat. Easily navigable - I especially like the toxicology section for quickly checking toxic doses which makes over the phone triage much quicker and easier when you’re busy with lots of patients. It’s been invaluable for dealing with my first Addisonian crises, DKAs and IMHAs. I’ve recommended it to all my colleagues (especially the new grads - pretty sure they all have the app now and use it almost daily when they’re on OOH shifts). Thanks so much for providing such a useful resource!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to provide your feedback. I really appreciate it. Really pleased you and your colleagues are finding the app useful. Shailen.

bethan_vet ,

Brilliant for general practice!

Great to have all the info I need to hand in an emergency, would recommend.

Developer Response ,

Hi Bethan,

Thanks for this rating and lovely review! Much appreciated.


Judeykins ,

Jude. RVN of 30+ years.

This is a superb emergency and critical care diagnostic tool. The more you delve into the menu, the more delighted you become at the comprehensive, yet succinct information on display. The first of its kind, it has to be an essential for vets, student vets, RVN's and techs alike. It's like having an emergency and critical care handbook, with added calculators and a formulary to boot, in the palm of your hand. There is also a great little image gallery, displaying no less than 68 pictures, ranging from blood cell pathology and abnormal ECG traces through to diagnostic radiographic images and ultrasonography. Can't recommend enough. Another little gem from Shailen Jasani.


Shailen Jasani
46.3 MB

Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.



Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this application.
Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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