Pedi-STAT is a rapid reference for RNs, paramedics, physicians and other healthcare professionals caring for pediatric patients in the emergency or critical care environment. ************************************ Reviews ************************************ Among "The Best Drug Reference Apps for Emergency Physicians" - Emergency Physicians Monthly 5 STARS - "Simple interface provides rapid access to critical data needed when managing a critically ill pediatric patient" 5 Stars - "Very useful for treating kids in high pressure situations with precision." ***************************** Pedi-STAT features include: - Rapid results for airway interventions including endotracheal tube sizes, depth, intubation medication dosages, ventilator settings, and sedation - Cardiac resuscitation data including weight specific dosages for resuscitation medications, cardioversion, and defibrillation - Access to age and weight specific pediatric equipment including foley catheters, airway management, chest and NG tubes, peripheral and central line sizes, and more - Seizure medication dosages - Management of hypoglycemia including age specific dextrose concentrations - Reference of age specific normal vital signs - Procedural sedation dosages including single dose meds and infusions, as well as reversal agents - Calculated pain management medications - Medical management of allergic reactions and anaphylaxis Users can quickly access critical information accurately, without having to rely on memory or cumbersome textbooks. With just a few taps, users have access to all the necessary data to care for a pediatric patient in the emergent setting, including weight-based and age specific medication dosages and equipment sizes. Since many of the patients present with minimal known information, all the results can be calculated rapidly with only a known age, date-of-birth, weight, length, or height. Simply enter the known variable and the data is instantly calculated. Developed by an Emergency Physician, this app minimizes the risk of medical errors allowing the provider to spend more time caring for the patient, and less time looking up and calculating doses. It is a critical companion for any physician, nurse, paramedic, or medical trainee involved in the care of critically ill pediatric patients.
Missing a search function. If I know what medicine I need / want but just need a dose, I want to be able to search for the medicine instead of clicking through categories I think it might be in. Please give me a search functionality!!
An essential app for pediatric calculations. When I’m on my way to a Ped patient this is my go-to quick reference. Great tool for cognitive off-loading.
I’m an EM doc, have tried all the various paeds quick reference apps, for my purposes, i find this one easiest to use and most comprehensive for most “real world” applications. Many others are organized by cards for the patient weight with all i fo in one place. This is more what i was looking for, a weight-based reference that is organised by the symptom i am treating, helpful for everyday things like antipyretics and antiemetics, which i (fortunately) use more frequently in my practice than resuscitation medications in paeds (although these are also available and easy to reference in the app as well)
Best app money can buy (and its for free!). This app is the best quick pocket reference for emergency peds Meds ever!
for those who treat sick kids infrequently
This is my go to for anything Pedi!!
I’m an ER doc. This app is not useful. Each topic is too compartmentalized. Not simple to find things you need.
The updated app again does not include weight based dose for reversal (glyco and neo) which seems like a large omission for the app.
I am a pals instructor and I use this app often as a supplement to other information. For example, nothing on the broselow tape for Benadryl but we can find it on Pedi STAT. Easy to use! Students often download the app right class!
Thankfully I’ve never had to actually use this app (so far) other than in scenarios but as a Paramedic I recommend anyone in emergency services have this on their phone. The information is displayed really well and is very easy to get to when time matters.