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Here are some apps for your smart phone or mobile device that you might find beneficial.


The American College of Cardiology's AnticoagEvaluator is an easy and fast way to assess stroke and bleeding risk and the benefits and risks of antithrombotic therapy in patients with chronic atrial fibrillation.

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ACC Guideline Clinical App

Access the American College of Cardiology's clinical guideline recommendations and use interactive tools such as risk scores, dosing calculators, and algorithms through the ACC's Guideline Clinical App. The App also includes features such as customizable bookmarks, note-taking, and emailable pdfs.

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Warfarin Guide offers three resources essential for systematic and careful evidence-based anticoagulation with Warfarin. First it reviews the latest recommendations on indications, INR targets, and treatment duration from the American College of Chest Physicians 8th Edition guidelines on Antithrombotic and Thrombolytic Therapy from 2008, updated for the 2012 guideline.

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Cardiology Tool by Epocrates

Perform essential day-to-day cardiology calculations more accurately and efficiently with the Cardiology Tool application. Access over 25 calculators and tools using a variety of features:
- Quickly locate calculators using the Search
- Save frequently used calculators with "Favorite" feature
- Reference last calculators accessed with "Recently Viewed" feature

Calculations & Tools include:
- BP Percentiles for Children
- CHADS2 Score for Afib Stroke Risk
- CO2 Production
- Cardiac Output
- Cardiac Output MultiCalc«
- Friedewald Equation for LDL
- Gorlin Formula for Valve Area
- International Normalized Ratio (INR)
- Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)
- Metabolic Syndrome Criteria (AHA/NHLBI 2005)
- Metabolic Syndrome Criteria (ATP III)
- O2 Consumption
- O2 Content of Arterial Blood
- O2 Content of Venous Blood
- Oxygenation Index (OI)
- Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
- QT Interval Correction
- Qs/Qt Right to Left Shunt Fraction
- Respiratory Quotient
- Systemic Vascular Resistance
- Systolic Pressure Variation
- TIMI Score for NSTEMI and UA
- TIMI Score for STEMI
- Very Low Density Lipoprotein (VLDL)

Serve your patients better at the point of care by referencing the Cardiology Tool for all of your cardiology-related calculations.

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FixINR is the implementation of two different algorithms for estimating the appropriate initial dose of warfarin in oral anticoagulation therapy.

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This warfarin initial dose estimator is based on the International Warfarin Pharmacogenetics Consortium warfarin dosing algorithm. Height and weight can be entered in metric or English units. Project was conceived and produced by Pat Deverka, MD. She wrote most of the text and procured grant funding.

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Vitamin K In Foods Checker

The Vitamin K In Foods Checker App has become a "Must Have" for anyone following a Low Vitamin K Diet. If you're looking to control your intake of Vitamin K it can be one of the most difficult situations. Not knowing what you can and can't eat. It's enough to make your head spin! This app was designed to make your life a little bit easier. Vitamin K In Foods Checker, the PERFECT iPhone app for beginners, it helps remove all of the questions about what you should and shouldn't eat while trying to follow a Low Vitamin K Diet.

Just browse our database of over 6000 foods, separated by Nine Categories:
-Extremely Low 0.0 mcg
-Very Low 0.1 - 4.9 mcg
-Low 10- 14.9 mcg
-Moderately Low 10- 14.9 mcg
-Moderate 15 - 19.9 mcg
-Moderately High 20 - 24.9 mcg
-High 25 - 299.99 mcg
-Very High 300 - 699.99 mcg
-Extremely Highly 700+ mcg

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