Paramedic Protocol Provider provides quick offline access to over 350 field treatment protocols from the USA and Canada. An annual in-app subscription will be required to download or update protocols app starting in 2018. Downloaded protocols will not be updatable without a subscription. Use of this app requires acceptance of the terms of service posted at https://www.acidremap.com/legal/TermsOfService.html For a list of currently available protocols please visit https://www.acidremap.com. Features include: •350+ protocols and supporting documents •Quick indexed lookup of content in a matter of seconds •Search titles and text •Favorites tab for quick access of what's important to you •Updated regularly, ensuring content is up-to-date •Customizable notes for each individual entry •Always with you as long as you have your device and never fades or tears
Great app until my employer forced them to take down my protocols.
It shows it has SAFD protocols on the picture. No protocols found
My protocols for the county I work in is not on this app. I used the most common protocol in my state opinion and it wasn’t even close.
I’ve worked with a couple of different agencies with different protocols, so it is great to have an app that not only allows easy downloads of your agency’s protocols, but also offers easy transition between them. I use this often as a quick reference tool, and the updates are fast and easy that always maintain the newest versions of the protocols.
Unable to download NYC Remac protocols
This app is awesome to have at your side. It may be time to update some departments tho as a couple years have gone by
This app is fantastic to keep a number of departments' standing orders available for a quick reference
Best app for medics and emts. Really user friendly. Great tool for field work. Searching protocols is very easy, A++++
Useful app and worked okay besides some hyperlink issues. Have to update the app to update my protocols 😤 Paid a good chunk of cash for the app and now the developers want more. I'll just download my protocols for free and use a free pdf reader that does hyperlink. Or I could just book mark it via a web browser.
I like this app. I've used it and have seen it used especially by those who are new to the state. Understanding phones shouldn't be relied on, we rely on our phones. Phones have phone numbers to important people and places like med control, ED's, and dispatch. Phones have GPS, calculators, and protocols if you choose. I'm having a hard time, though, understanding why there will be an annual fee. I was happy paying the original fee to obtain the app. Protocol's aren't revised every year, so how can you place an annual fee?