EMRA Antibiotic Guide

EMRA Antibiotic Guide

By Emergency Medicine Residents' Association

Score: 3
3
From 7 Ratings

Description

We're there for you on every shift! The easy-to-use EMRA Antibiotic Guide helps you navigate the multitude of choices in antibiotics quickly and efficiently so you can offer your patients the best care based on the latest guidelines. This app helps you protect against overprescribing, address pediatric dosage questions, examine penicillin usage, and more. Find the most current antibiotic recommendations based on organ system, diagnosis, or organism; virtually every type of infectious disease is covered. This powerful app includes: - Dosage Calculator: Get a fast, accurate calculation based on your specific patient - Universal, predictive search for speedy navigation - Antibiotic costs - Choosing Wisely recommendations - Pregnancy and Pediatric guidance - Recently FDA-approved drugs - And more! The EMRA ABx Guide is an accurate, easy-to-use quick reference that will become your lifeline in the emergency department. About Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association Founded in 1974, EMRA promotes excellence in patient care through the education and development of emergency medicine residency trained physicians. For more information, contact us at emra@emra.org. Subscription Information • This purchase will subscribe you to the latest digital edition of the EMRA Antibiotic Guide. • Get easy-to-use ABx recommendations on-shift, continuously updated with the latest content. Subscription Terms • Your subscription is for the period of one year. • Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account when you confirm your purchase. • Please note that your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. • Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, at a renewal cost of $9.99 USD per year (price may vary in other markets). • You can manage your subscriptions and the auto-renewal setting may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. • Use of this application requires a subscription. There is no free trial period. Terms of Use and Disclaimer The EMRA Antibiotic Guide content, including all content offered under subscription, is intended for a single user on devices belonging to that user. Use of this app running on a common device shared by an organization is disallowed. This resource is intended as a general guide to therapy only. While the editors have taken reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of drug and dosing information presented herein, the user is encouraged to consult other resources when necessary to confirm appropriate therapy, side effects, interactions, and contraindications. The publisher, authors, editors, and sponsoring organizations specifically disclaim any liability for omissions or errors found in this resource, for appropriate use, or treatment errors. Further, although this resource is as comprehensive as possible, the vast differences in emergency practice settings may necessitate treatment approaches other than those presented here.

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  • Subscription

    1
    By ed residents
    Lower the subscription fee or make it q2year renewal
  • Huge fan of the series...so far this update misses the mark.

    3
    By DeAugie
    I’ve been a fan of the EMRA Antibiotic Guide for many iterations and was thrilled when they released an app. I use my app almost every shift, and was actually happy to see a subscription based product with continuous updates this year. Despite this being the natural genesis of the app, the app design itself is a big step back from 2 years ago and does not warrant the slight increase in annual cost ($16.99 every 2 years vs $9.99 every 1). Gone are the “diagnosis”, “organism” and “bookmarks” tabs. Gone are “antibiotic details” and the “Resources” sections. Very infrequent are guides to prescribing in pregnancy. Missing is the antibiogram promised in the foreword written in the app itself as well as cost guidance. Although the overall content remains top notch, much is missing and the user interface feels clunky where prior iterations felt intuitive and matched design to function. I hope the first update addresses these issues and brings back missing content and a more accessible user interface.

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