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Critical care and urgent therapies in your hand! FID is the most accurate app for IV dosage.This professional application, using certified tables by an equipe of doctors (see references list), gives to doctor all the informations needed in the infusion therapy in an easy, clear and fast way.An interactive card, for more of 40 emergency drugs, let doctor to adapt dosages/dose, drug concentration and infusion rates (IV) for each medication based on patient's weight, kind of administration or after a critical event.The features of this app are also available on modern pumps.The informations of all drugs about the emergency care have been offered and revised by cardiologist and heart specialists.References:[1] Manuale di terapia cardiovascolare - Stefano Savonitto. Ed:2010[2] Acute Myocardial Infaction in patients presenting with ST-segment elevation (Managment of) - ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2012[3] Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS) in patients presentig without persistent ST-segment elevation (Management of) - ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2011[4] Acute Pulmonary Embolism ( Diagnosis and Management of) - ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines 2009.[5] Atrial Fibrillation (Management of) 2010 and Focused Update (2012) - ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines.[6] Vademecum del cardiologo di guardia - Protocolli diagnostici terapeutici - Bellotto, Buja. Ed:2009[7] Official drugs data sheets.FID will help you to quickly get the recommended doses for most IV medications:Abcixmabtranexamic acidadenosineadrenalinAlteplase (rt-PA)aminophyllineamiodaroneatenololatropinebivalirudincalcium chlorideclonidinedigoxindiltiazemdobutaminedopamineheparineptifibatideesmololflecainidefurosemideibutilideisoprenalinelabetalollevosimendanlidocainemetoprololmidazolamnitroglycerinenitroprussidenoradrenalineorciprenalinepropafenonepropranololreteplaseMagnesium sulfateProtamine sulphatesotalolstreptokinasetenecteplasetirofibanurapidilverapamil

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