As medical professionals ourselves, we want to offer the best possible evidenced based care to our patients. To do this requires clinically relevant tools to help in point of care decisions. Introducing Caddy, the simplest and most user-friendly tool for everyday clinical use.
With a heavy emphasis on the user interface and design, Caddy offers superb point of care guidance.
Over the next few months, Caddy will work extremely hard to offer you more medical tools. Next on the agenda, a drug encyclopedia.
• Clinical to-do-list
• 100+ different medical equations & calculators, for a wide range of medical specialties.
• Antibiotic best guess therapy based on BPAC 2013 medical guidelines.
• Gives recommendations based on medical calculator outcome.
• Frequently updated to the latest medical equation scores.
Our aim is to deliver a clinically relevant medical app for the everyday medical clinician, If you would like to see any further medical calculators, equations, or improvements please contact Caddy at [email protected]
and we will work on it for you.
To offer some practical examples of our medical calculators:
• Make sure you make the correct decision to hospitalize a patient suffering pneumonia with our CURB-65 calculator.
• Unsure the chances of a patient suffering a stoke after a TIA? Use our ABCD2 calculator which automatically calculates the odds
• Use the Canadian C-Spine calculator to improve clinical judgement regarding the use of x-rays.
• The Brugada calculator accurately separates ventricular and supra-ventricular tachycardia.
• Assess the risks of warfarin with the HAS-BLED calculator and decide whether warfarin will improve the patient outcome.
• Framingham Cardiac Risk Medical calculator assesses the 10 year patient risk of a coronary heart disease risk, allowing informed decisions to start preventative therapy.
• Unsure of unit conversions? The HbA1c Conversion (Diabetes) calculator converts one unit into another, reducing confusion on the wards.
• Wells Criteria (Pulmonary Embolism) calculator offers useful information on whether or not to order a D-dimer test.
• The CHA2DS2-VASc equation calculates the stroke risk, and offers suggestions to start on warfarin.
• APGAR equations screens newborns to evaluate the amount of support they need.
• Arterial Blood Gas equations interprets the lab results, thus improves patient care.
We continually look for new calculations to add, so if you have any suggestions, please do not hesitate to ask.
We offer a free three month trial for all our features. To continue to use the medical toolkit after this time only costs US$10/year (unless you previously purchased the medical calculator), while the clinical to-do-list only costs US$50/year.
1) Search from dashboard
2) Updated Aa Oxygen gradient calculation
3) Bug fixes