* Updated with latest 2nd edition content* ABOUT POCKET ICU With content from the highly regarded Pocket Notebook series, Pocket ICU provides users with an essential tool for quickly locating information from every subspecialty area of critical care. Entries have been written by attending physicians and are presented in brief but broad format so anyone in an ICU setting can quickly find answers and save time. This powerful resource can be downloaded to your smartphone and tablet and is great for preparing for rounds or consulting expert recommendations while on the ICU floor. FEATURES • Concise guidance written by attending physicians for everyone in critical care • Coverage of subspecialty areas including pediatric, neuro-critical, cardiac, transplant, burn, and more • Detailed images, figures, and decision support algorithms • Overview of Statistics and Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) • Helpful appendices provide pharmacological data, metabolic calculations , and cardiopulmonary relationships • Entries with diagnosis, treatment, and management details • Advanced Full Text Search helps find topics quickly • “Favorites” for bookmarking important entries Editors: Gyorgy Frendl, MD, PhD; Richard D. Urman, MD, MBA, CPE Publisher: Wolters Kluwer | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Powered by: Unbound Medicine
Help this app is so confusing.
Very disappointed content like nursing school without experience
Hi. Issues I mentioned earlier have been resolved. Billing through Apple, loading with just more time. Side point, I’ve had Pt’s very recently I needed to confer for guidance. One was young female, on CXR, CT very large mass directly myocardium. Was totally unaware asymptomatic. She sought attention for entirely unrelated issue. Discovered entirely by chance. Another unfortunately more common, pregnant Pt with acute asthma. They definitely didn’t know what they didn’t know. Covid has collected legions of very sick patients in outlying centers, overwhelmed and needing serious support. Previous ED destinations that had pts waiting out their doors & down the street, are getting them seen earlier in satellite ERs while waiting for admit beds to come available. The process is evolving. I appreciate your app, to review previous cases and prepare for plenty that’s new to me. Thanks.
I purchased this app and no information loads. I would deter anyone from buying this,
The content is good but for the price I expected much more. Unfortunately I was unable to get my money back even after reviewing it for only less than an hour.
Why allow people to download app for free if you still need to pay $65 to access any info. Bate and switch
I bought this app thinking it would be a helpful reference tool, but it’s content is very limited. Not good at all, eg. ACLS algorithm are outdated. This app is worth $4.00 NOT $64.00 -it’s a total ripoff!