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IV Drips

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*** IV Drips has been chosen as Indispensable Tech Tool for Nurses by! ***IV Drips is a great tool in the Emergency and Critical Care settings. This medical app contains 44 of the most common used critical drips for quick reference at your finger tips. It also includes calculators to give you either mL/hr or dose/hr. With each drug you will quickly be able to see its class, indications, and what side effects to watch out for. IV Drips also gives you the standard infusion rates for each medication. Each drug comes pre-programmed in their standard concentration for quick calculation. There is also a Customize feature which allows you to change the infusion rates and drug concentrations according to your facility’s policy.
Internet access is NOT required to use this app.STORAGE permission is required for the Backup/Restore feature.Medications included:Abciximab (ReoPro)AlfentanilAminophyllineAmiodaroneAtracuriumCisatracuriumDexmedetomidine (Precedex)Diltiazem (Cardizem)DobutamineDopamineEpinephrineEpoprostenolEptifibatide (Integrilin)EsomeprazoleEsmololFentanylFurosemide (Lasix)HeparinInamrinoneInsulinIsoproterenolKetamineLabetalolLidocaineLorazepam (Ativan)Magnesium SulfateMannitolMidazolam (Versed)MilrinoneNeseritideNicardipine (Cardene)NitroprussideNitroglycerinNorepinephrine (Levophed)Octreotide (Sandostatin)PancuroniumPhenylephrine (Neosynephrine)Propofol (Diprivan)ProstaglandinRocuroniumSufentanilVasopressinVecuronium
We also offer great support for this app. Want us to add a drug? Email us and we will get to work on it STAT! Be sure to check out our other app, NurseCalcs, which features many of the most used nursing calculators!
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