Full Code - Emergency Medicine

Full Code - Emergency Medicine

By Minerva Medical Simulation Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2017-07-26
  • Current Version: 1.4.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 93.87 MB
  • Developer: Minerva Medical Simulation Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 295 Ratings


Full Code will improve your clinical decision-making and patient care through realistic medical simulation. Take on the challenge of complex clinical cases in a virtual emergency room with the highest environmental fidelity. Whether you are an experienced clinician or in the first year of PA school, you will enjoy the challenge of solving Full Code cases! CLINICAL PRACTICE Begin by taking a history and performing a physical exam, then click on equipment in the virtual resuscitation bay to order tests and perform interventions. Choose amongst a host of drugs, bedside tests, labs, and imaging to help you narrow the differential diagnosis. Our physiology engine will change the vitals based on your interventions and the patient’s condition just as they would in real life. While you zero in on the final diagnosis and definitively treat the patient you can consult with specialists and nursing staff for assistance, but the patient’s survival rests in your hands. PERSONALIZED ASSESSMENT At the end of each case, you receive a score in six core clinical competencies to guide your continuing education. Run through the case as many times as you like to improve your score and hone your resuscitation skills. After each attempt you have the choice of revealing partial answers which can give you valuable insight into the correct diagnosis. By revealing the full case answer you gain access to our detailed debrief notes which walk you through each case’s essential diagnostic and therapeutic interventions required to save the patient. Finally, we provide you with further reading through high-quality relevant web-links and references related to each case. CASE DESIGN The Full Code team prioritizes environmental fidelity in every case and we strive to replicate the complexity of managing critically ill patients from presentation to disposition. The medical content of each case is created by James Kimo Takayesu, a Harvard faculty member and ED attending at Massachusetts General Hospital with 15 years of experience training emergency medicine residents. He has received 16 teaching awards in his career for educational innovation and bedside teaching. Each case is peer reviewed by one or more additional physicians for content validity and accuracy. Our team continuously updates our clinical content to reflect the best in clinical and educational practice. FOLLOW FULL CODE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MinervaMedical/ Twitter: @MinervaMedSim Web: https://minerva-medical.com



  • addictingly fun and informative

    By pedmedic
    Full code is a refreshing opportunity to develop ones clinical critical thinking; and for a paramedic it is a fun and informative exercise in forming a broader and more well rounded clinical perspective.
  • Fire Medic Ray

    By Firefigter Dre
    This app is very helpful when it comes to putting all the pieces together.
  • 😍😍😍

    By skittles.2012
    I love it
  • Interesting...

    By FFmedicBOI
    I don’t typically review apps, but here you go. I’ve been in EMS about 5 years. In Paramedic school right now. Not a Dr by any means, but not green either. :) If you are in med school, or a nursing program, this is awesome! It focuses pretty much entirely on the hospital portion, no pre-hospital. It’s frustrating for me because I score really well on assessments, history taking, and stabilization (a medic’s job) but score poorly on more advanced hospital care. It’s a good app. But I would not advise for the prehospital worker. I’m giving a 4 star review because I feel it should have been better communicated that this is all ER care, no prehospital. But it is educational!
  • Not for training!

    By Azriel18
    For full disclosure, I am an ER doctor and lecturer in emergency medicine. Please note that my review only applies to those who choose to learn actual emergency medicine and resuscitation, and that my comments are meant to be constructive but also to protect those in training and their future patients from inaccurate information. The graphics are great and remind me of the AHA HeartCode App. Unfortunately this app is somewhat medically inaccurate and many actions are impossible. For example, when performing CPR and after a successful defibrillation and checking and confirming a pulse but no breathing, there is no option to discontinue chest compressions and to provide ventilations with a bag-valve-mask device; in the unconscious patient, why does one need to provide a paralytic before intubation? Also, rather than having the nurse providing information, it would be great if the monitor would be available at all times to observe for any changes. In short, if you want to learn life support get a two-year subscription of the AHA HeartCode online courses (BLS, ACLS and PALS). If you successfully complete these you will receive a certificate that you can use to get actual certification which is required for essentially all doctors and paramedics. If you want to learn treatment of patients in the ER in a variety of clinical scenarios then I suggest Resuscitation! which although the graphics leave much to be desired, the cases are very accurate and although not peer reviewed I have yet to find one that is inaccurate (maybe some do not follow the latest guidelines, but either way I think it provides a great learning experience). If only the makers of Resuscitation! and Full Code would partner to provide the ultimate app...
  • Good stuff!

    By Sawdust makr
    Just some good ole fun! Sure you may agree or disagree with the debriefing at the end but it gets you thinking through scenarios in an entertaining way. Recommend.
  • Best Game

    By MissKay315
    I absolutely love this game!! Highly recommend
  • Good game

    By Hippy2009812
    Good game. Could use some improvments
  • Ok

    By Alexis💋faith😇franks😎
    Ok so this game ain’t no 5 star but it’s a rly fun game. The game is definitely good practice for any type of medical person. Doctor to firefighter doesn’t matter. I’m not into the medical industry but it’s an awesome game. The game wasn’t good at first and kept basically crashing. I contacted app support they took a while to respond but they finally did. They were very helpful and nice I rly truly appreciate that. I will say tho there very pushy about there judgement on the game so for that I rate the “creators” a 3 star.
  • Best simulation game

    By Iuri Bevi
    I have heard of the “game” in the IMSH - best simulation game in App Store! Highly recommended