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MediMath puts 144 of the most important medical calculators and scoring tools on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Its fast, native interface and comprehensive results help you spend less time crunching numbers and more time caring for patients. What makes MediMath the best? • Streamlining. Enter values and units (US or SI), for each item in each calculator, without tapping through multiple screens and prompts. Tap Next and Previous to go between fields. Multiple-value choices pop over in-place on the iPad. • Calculator selection: quality AND quantity. • Multiresult. Where applicable, MediMath will give you multiple useful results. For example, risk scores also show a percent mortality result. Other features: • 139 calculators and scoring devices • Categories, Search, Favorites, and Recents let you find what you want, fast • Double-tap to add to favorites • Additional information, including equations, helpful hints, and references, for each • Multimedia: for example, the NIH Stroke Score includes the necessary pictures • Always returns to where you left off MediMath sports: • A-a Oxygen Gradient • Abbreviated Mental Test Score • ABCD² Restroke Risk • Absolute Neutrophils • Acid-Base Interpretation • Alvarado Score • Anion Gap (Serum, Urine) • Aortic Valve Area (Continuity, Gorlin) • ATP III Cholesterol Guidelines (for in-depth coverage, see the "ATP3 Lipids" app) • Apache II • APGAR Score • Arterial Oxygen Content • Barthel's ADL Index • Basal Energy Expenditure • Bayesian calculators • Bishop Score • Blatchford UGI Bleeding Risk • BMI • BMI for Age (Pediatric BMI) • Body Surface Area (4 Calculators) • Boston Heart Failure • Burn Fluid Requirements (Parkland) • Cardiac Output • CHADS Score (AFib Stroke Risk) • Charlson Comorbidity Index • Change in Serum Sodium (IV Fluids) • Child-Pugh • CHIP (CT in Head Injury Patient) Rule • Corrected CSF WBCs for RBCs, QT, Serum Calcium, Phenytoin, Serum Sodium calculators • Creatinine Clearance (Cockcroft-Gault, Measured) • CRUSADE • CURB-65 Pneumonia Mortality • Dermatomes • Duke Treadmill Score • Fibromyalgia • Fraction Excretion of Sodium (FeNA) • Framingham Cardiac Risk • GFR (MDRD, Wright, Cockcroft-Gault, Salazar-Corcoran, CPK-EPI) • Glasgow Coma Scale • GRACE ACS • Hepatitis Discriminant • Ideal Body Weight • Intracranial Hemorrhage Volume and Mortality calculator (ABC/2 method) • Kt/V (Daugirdas formula) • Maintenance Fluids • Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) • MELD & PELD Scores • NIH Stroke Scale • Opioid Converter • Osmolal Gap (Stool) • Osmolality (Serum) • Ottawa Ankle/Foot Rules • Oxygenation Index • Peak Flow (Predicted) • PERC • Perioperative Cardiac Risk • PORT (Pneumonia Severity Index) • Pregnancy Wheel • Ranson's Criteria (Pancreatitis Mortality) • Reticulocyte Index • SIRS Criteria • Sodium Deficit • Steroid Equivalency Converter • Target Heart Rate • TIMI Score (STEMI & UA/NSTEMI) • Transtubular Potassium Gradient • Umbilical Line Placement • Unit conversion • Water Deficit • Wells' Criteria (DVT & PE) • Winter's Formula ** AND MANY MORE! See www.medimath.com for the complete list and more screenshots. ** Dosing calculators include drug loading and saving. Please contact us if you have questions or calculator requests! MediMath will be updated regularly with new features and more equations.
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Nice APP would like to see shock index added to the formulas.
Was an excellent app until one day the infusion calculator (IV RATE) was removed along with all my saved medications and notes. Just gone... So upset. Now it's just an app with a few useful calculators but it lost its edge it has over the others
This app is must-have. It has every calculator I've needed on the wards, and it often surprises me with bonus information I didn't even expect to be included in the results. It's fast and reliable. I'm paranoid and like to check results by hand at least once, and I've yet to find any mistakes. MediMath is the only medical calculator to take full advantage of the iPhone rather than feeling like a port of an old Palm application. I recently took advantage of specials to try Mediquations and Medical Calculator as well, so that comparison isn't just a guess from screenshots. For example, while the other apps make you tap to different screens to enter the numerator and denominator on a fraction, MediMath presents it as a fraction on the main screen, where you can enter values and change the units. The only thing it was missing was a pediatric dosing calculator, which the author added for the next version (1.4) and even sent me a personal build in advance of its release when I emailed him asking for it and he had added it. You should get MediMath ASAP.
This is perhaps the best medical calculator currently within the App Store. Sure, it may be costly compared to others, but this calculator is the complete experience. I have tried using all the other medical calculators in the App Store and each one is missing a few key calculators/features. However, MediMath is the only one that has them all. As for product support, the developer is within the medical field, is very responsive to emails, and regularly puts out new updates. As an aside, be aware that MediMath contains tools that may be another apps only feature. For example, there is an app in the App Store currently that only calculates IV drug dosing - for $4.99. In addition to its many other calculators, MediMath also has a built-in IV drug dosing calculator.
I am an ED physician used to relying on my old palm for years for a number of calculations. The addition of the NIH stroke calculator as well as the numerous other applications makes this tool easily the best one available. The "favorites" feature is helpful to find those medical calculators relevant to my field in a timely fashion. I very quite familiar with other similar products on the market including the free application. The author - a medical student in Atlanta - is very open to quickly to adapt any reasonable suggestions for improvement in future editions. That alone is worth the modest price of admission. I highly recommend it.
Developed by Evan Schoenberg.
MediMath Medical Calculator is ranking in Medical & Health & Fitness
Last update was at Jun 24, 2021and the current version is 5.2.
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