This app allows users to dose pediatric emergency medicines and equipment to patient weight or age, organized by clinical situation or alphabetical list. It is ideal for paramedics, emergency physicians, urgent care physicians, pediatric residents, transport team members, and other health care professionals who care for critically-ill children.
This app was designed by a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, nurses, transport team members, and pharmacists affiliated with Children's National Health System.
The updated version contains med-dosing within PALS algorithms, improved style, error corrections, a new improved menu screen, and clinical protocol section. The original release won the Blue Aster award and was an adaptation of the popular "blue card" that was disseminated in the DC metropolitan area for years before mobile health.
Rebuilt with a new interface (with iPhone X support), updated medication information, and 2015 PALS guidelines. You can now adjust the patient weight from just about anywhere without losing your spot in the app. New developer: Protean (Pro-Tee-Un) LLC - https://www.proteanhub.com
* Fixed: Insulin/Flagyl links pointing to wrong med.
* Fixed: Benadryl/Valium also pointing to wrong med.
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This app literally saves lives
So happy to see the blue card up and running again!! I’ve used it several times on calls. I can take whatever info I have prior to arrival and write valuable information on my gloves for rapid review on scene. In my opinion it’s better than a braslow. This app literally saves lives.
Great Reference App
This app is incredible! Works well on the fly. Useful for when you don’t have a broslow tape handy! There’s also more information than what’s on the broslow! Updated for iOS11!
Thanks for fixing the errors
Great response & fixes to errors noted in the review and use of the app. One of the best pediatric apps out there!
- Children's National Medical Center
- 12.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © Children's National Health System
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.