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Neonatology Lite

Version 1.3

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Neonatology Lite

ITDCS Ltd

Medical

IOS
GBP 0.00


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This application provides the healthcare professional with the time critical information they need when treating an acutely unwell neonate.

The Lite version has full functionality but only displays a limited number of results.

The easy to use interphase means the user can quickly find the information they need and make this application a real joy to use. Important design features include:



•The option to enter weight in ‘Kg’ or ‘Lb/Oz’
•The ability to provide an ‘estimated birth weight’ which has been derived from the 50th centile for age from World Health Organisation (WHO) growth charts.

This application is a must for any Paediatrician, Neonatologist or any healthcare professional who as some stage may find themselves looking after an acutely unwell neonate.



Release notes


General update for iPhone10



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The Developer ITDCS Ltd also wrote the apps listed below, click the icon to visit the pages.

Paediatric Postnatal Problems
Paediatric Postnatal Problems

£21.99
This application has been developed by an experienced team of paediatricians and neonatologists to provide the user with the advice and tools they will need to manage the most commonly encountered paediatric problems on the postnatal ward.

When a doctor embarks on their first paediatrics rotation covering the postnatal wards they often find that their training and previous experience leave them ill prepared for the task at hand. This is because they will not have encountered the majority of the problems they will be expected to deal with and those that they have dealt with before in adults are often managed very differently in babies. This problem is further confounded by the lack of available resources by which the doctor can increase their knowledge and traditionally this has to be done by on the job learning.

This application attempts to address the above problem by providing the user with three useful resources combined into a single application. The e-book offers practical “hands on” advice on how to deal with the most commonly encountered paediatric problems on the postnatal ward. The advice offered represents the results of a thorough literature review combined with the pooled experience of the authors. At the end of each topic there are a number of links to sources of further reading.

The audiovisual section contains a number of useful videos and audio presentations by experienced neonatologists on important topics such as how to carry out a newborn check, jaundice and hypoglycaemia.

Finally, the calculators section contains a number of useful tools that will help you workout an infants feeding requirements or calculate their need for phototherapy.

Contents

Section One - e-Book

1. The Newborn Check

2. Examination Abnormalities

a. Scalp Swelling
b. Abnormal Red Reflex
c. Preauricular Skin Tags
d. Facial Nerve Palsy
e. Tongue-Tie
f. Cleft Lip & Palate
g. Fractured Clavicle
h. Erb’s Palsy
i. Single Palmar Crease
j. Breast Swelling
k. Heart Murmurs
l. Absent Femorals
m. Abnormal Hips
n. Two Cord Vessels
o. Umbilical Hernia
p. Divarication of the Recti
q. Inguinal Hernia
r. Undescended Testes
s. Hydrocele
t. Hypospadias
u. Talipes
v. Sacral Dimple
w. Bruising
x. Birthmarks
y. Rashes

3. Clinical Problems

a. Respiratory Distress
b. Cyanosis
c. Tachycardia
d. Bradycardia
e. Sepsis
f. Jaundice
g. Hypoglycaemia
h. Poor Feeding
i. Weight Loss > 10%
j. Vomiting
k. Jittery
l. Not Passed Urine
m. Bowels Not Opened
n. Sticky Eyes
o. Redness Around Umbilical Cord
p. Pink Staining on Nappy
q. Vaginal Bleeding
r. Maternal Thyroid Disease
s. Maternal Hepatitis B
t. BCG Vaccination
u. Vitamin K



Section Two - Video and Audio

1. The Newborn Check
2. Common Postnatal Problems - Part One
3. Common Postnatal Problems - Part Two
4. Common Postnatal Problems - Part Three
5. Hypoglycaemia
6. Hydronephrosis
7. Jaundice

Section Three - Calculators

1. Weight Convertor
2. Volume Convertor
3. Gestational Age
4. Feeding Requirements
5. Phototherapy (works with μmol/L or mg/dL)
6. Apgar Score...
PICU Calculator
PICU Calculator

£5.99
This application provides the healthcare professional with important information needed when working in PICU, such as normal physiological values and airway equipment size based on age, sex and weight....
Septic Hip
Septic Hip

£0.99
Differentiating between a transient synovitis (irritable hip) and septic arthritis of the hip is a common but difficult task faced by emergency physicians and paediatricians on a daily basis. There have been a number of major studies looking at clinical predictors that can be used to differentiate between the two above conditions. While no single clinical predictor alone can either confirm or exclude a diagnosis of septic arthritis, the more predictors that are present, the more like it is that the child has septic arthritis.

By entering which of the clinical predictors for septic arthritis are present in a given child this calculator combines the evidence from the major studies in this area to provide the user with the likelihood (expressed as a percentage) that the child has a septic hip....
Febrile Seizure
Febrile Seizure

£0.99
This calculator has been designed to help healthcare professionals counsel
parents of children who have had their first febrile seizure.

By selecting whether or not specific clinical predictors are present the calculator will work out the risk of the child having a further febrile seizure or going onto develop epilepsy....
Paediatric Emergencies
Paediatric Emergencies

£6.99
‘Paediatric Emergencies’ provides the healthcare professional with the time critical information they need when treating an acutely unwell child. The application covers the following emergencies:

•Anaesthesia
•Analgesia
•Anaphylaxis
•Asthma
•Bradycardia
•Bronchiotitis
•Burns
•Cardiac Arrest
•Coma
•Congenital Heart Disease
•Croup
•Diabetic Ketoacidosis
•Fever
•Head Injury
•Hyperkalaemia
•Hypertensive Crises
•Hypoglycaemia
•Hypokalaemia
•Hypomagnesaemia
•Hypophosphataemia
•Hyponatraemia
•Hypotension
•Intravenous Fluids
•Local Anaesthetic Toxicity
•Malaria
•Malignant Hyperthermia
•Meningitis/Encephalitis
•Meningococcal Disease
•Normal Physiological Values
•Poisoning
•Raised Intracranial Pressure
•Sedation
•Status Epilepticus
•Supraventricular Tachycardia
•Trauma
•Ventricular Tachycardia

‘Paediatric Emergencies’ includes algorithms from the following organisations:

Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG), Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI), British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (BSPED), British Thoracic Society (BTS), College of Emergency Medicine (CEM), Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPSNI), Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF), National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), Paediatric Accident and Emergency Research Group, Resuscitation Council (UK), Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children (RBHSC), Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines (SIGN) and Toward Optimized Practice (TOP).

The easy to use interface and navigation features make it easy for the user to quickly find the information they need and make this application a real joy to use. Important design features include:

•The option to enter age in ‘Years, Months and Days’ or as ‘Date of Birth’
•If known weight can be entered in ‘Kg’ or ‘Lb/Oz’
•If weight is not known the application will provide an ‘estimated weight’ using your preference of the Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) formulae or the 50th centile for age and sex from World Health Organisation (WHO) growth charts.

This application is a must for any Paediatrician, Anaesthetist, Emergency Department Physician or any healthcare professional who as some stage may find themselves looking after an acutely unwell child....
Paediatric Emergencies Lite
Paediatric Emergencies Lite

Free
‘Paediatric Emergencies’ provides the healthcare professional with the time critical information they need when treating an acutely unwell child. The Lite version has full functionality but only displays a limited number of results. The full version of ‘Paediatric Emergencies’ covers the following emergencies:

•Anaesthesia
•Analgesia
•Anaphylaxis
•Asthma
•Bradycardia
•Bronchiotitis
•Burns
•Cardiac Arrest
•Coma
•Congenital Heart Disease
•Croup
•Diabetic Ketoacidosis
•Fever
•Head Injury
•Hyperkalaemia
•Hypertensive Crises
•Hypoglycaemia
•Hypokalaemia
•Hypomagnesaemia
•Hypophosphataemia
•Hyponatraemia
•Hypotension
•Intravenous Fluids
•Local Anaesthetic Toxicity
•Malaria
•Malignant Hyperthermia
•Meningitis/Encephalitis
•Meningococcal Disease
•Normal Physiological Values
•Poisoning
•Raised Intracranial Pressure
•Sedation
•Status Epilepticus
•Supraventricular Tachycardia
•Trauma
•Ventricular Tachycardia

‘Paediatric Emergencies’ includes algorithms from the following organisations:

Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG), Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI), British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes (BSPED), British Thoracic Society (BTS), College of Emergency Medicine (CEM), Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPSNI), Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF), National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), Paediatric Accident and Emergency Research Group, Resuscitation Council (UK), Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children (RBHSC), Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines (SIGN) and Toward Optimized Practice (TOP).

The easy to use interface and navigation features make it easy for the user to quickly find the information they need and make this application a real joy to use. Important design features include:

•The option to enter age in ‘Years, Months and Days’ or as ‘Date of Birth’
•If known weight can be entered in ‘Kg’ or ‘Lb/Oz’
•If weight is not known the application will provide an ‘estimated weight’ which has been derived from the 50th centile for age and sex from World Health Organisation (WHO) growth charts. This increases the accuracy of the results provided by the application compared to using the standard formula (age in years + 4) x 2 for estimating weight.

This application is a must for any Paediatrician, Anaesthetist, Emergency Department Physician or any healthcare professional who as some stage may find themselves looking after an acutely unwell child....
Neonatology Lite
Neonatology Lite

Free
This application provides the healthcare professional with the time critical information they need when treating an acutely unwell neonate.

The Lite version has full functionality but only displays a limited number of results.

The easy to use interphase means the user can quickly find the information they need and make this application a real joy to use. Important design features include:



•The option to enter weight in ‘Kg’ or ‘Lb/Oz’
•The ability to provide an ‘estimated birth weight’ which has been derived from the 50th centile for age from World Health Organisation (WHO) growth charts.

This application is a must for any Paediatrician, Neonatologist or any healthcare professional who as some stage may find themselves looking after an acutely unwell neonate....
Acid-Base Calculator
Acid-Base Calculator

£3.99
This application has been developed to facilitate the quantitative approach to acid-base interpretation at the bedside. This valuable method is now available to all healthcare professionals via this application, having been previously limited to the few who were prepared to put the time and effort into understanding the detailed Stewart’s equations. Even when familiar with this method routine use at the bedside was limited by the complicated, time consuming formulae. In contrast, in a matter of seconds this application will generate results for the following:

1) Acid-Base Status
2) Individual Ion’s Effect on Base Excess
3) Apparent Strong Ion Difference
4) Effective Strong Ion Difference
5) Strong Ion Gap
6) Gamblegram
7) Anion Gap
8) Corrected Anion Gap
9) Osmolar Gap


This application improves patient care by enabling the healthcare professional to quickly identify an acid-base disorder and initiate timely therapy directed towards the underlying cause. Acid-Base Calculator is internationally friendly allowing laboratory results to be entered using a variety of units.

Although the authors/ITDCS have undertaken every effort to maintain the accuracy of the information contained in this application, the authors/ITDCS make no representations or warranties with respect to this iphone application or whether any of the websites with which it is linked is accurate, complete or current."

In no event shall the authors/ITDCS be liable to any party for any damages, included but not limited to, direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages, including loss of profits, arising out of the use of this application, even if the authors/ITDCS have been advised of the possibility of such damage. The authors/ITDCS specifically disclaim any warranties, included, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. This application provided hereunder is on an "as is" basis, and the authors/ITDCS have no obligation to provide maintenance, support, updates, enhancements, or modifications.

© ITDCS Ltd. 2010

All rights reserved. The authors/ITDCS claim copyright ownership of all information stored in this application, unless expressly stated otherwise. No information stored on this application (including text, videos, audio presentations and calculators) may be reproduced, modified or used for commercial or other purposes (except as legally allowed for personal and educational use) unless the authors/ITDCS give their prior written consent to the intended use....