Point-of-care tools in the areas of cardiology, internal medicine, nephrology, general practice, hematology, gastroenterology, emergency medicine, oncology, orthopedics, respirology, neurology, neurosurgery, general surgery and obstetrics.
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. Users can enter information such as age, sex, nationality, weight and height. The program provides your body max index (BMI) and body surface area (BSI). Users can quickly and easily switch between US and SI Units.
As you’re inputting data, the Chem 7 is automatically calculating equations for you
Click on 'Calculators' near the top of the screen to access. DynaMed™ includes interactive calculators, equations and decision trees that allow you to enter values in commonly used formulas to obtain numerical data, including nclude medical equations, unit and dose converters, statistics calculators
Created by Graham Walker, MD who is now an Emergency Physician at Kaiser San Francisco. Most recently, Graham has partnered with former co-resident and colleague Joe Habboushe, MD to develop MDCalc further, forming MD Aware, LLC.
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The app does the brain-melting calculations for NNT/NNH/NNS, post-test probability from sensitivity/specificity, and post-test probability from likelihood ratios. Each calculator includes a detailed discussion with practical examples.
Claims to have EBM stats that one would have to otherwise search separately in other apps.
Also states "Other options such as MedCalc 3000 EBM Stats and Medicine Toolkit contain significantly more calculators, but cost quite a bit more."