Pediatric Quick Reference

Pediatric Quick Reference


The popular "Blue Card" is now a mobile app!!!

This user friendly mobile application, developed by Children's National Medical Center physicians in the divisions of Emergency and Transport Medicine, provides a quick reference for the vitals, equipment, or dosage guidelines for a pediatric patient.

This award-winning app allows providers to have a quick access to handle pediatric emergencies. The entire app is weight (or age) based so every medicine, equipment, vital is specific to the patient to help with real-time patient management. This app received a Blue Aster award. It is utilized mostly by nurses, PAs, NPs, and physicians in community EDs, urgent care clinics, and pediatric/family offices that handle acutely ill infants and children. It is additionally used by many medics and ALS-B providers in the community who provide scene and transport care for pediatric emergencies.

Recent changes:
2.0.1 released 10/20 includes new features including improved navigation, updated data, and PALS charts from the American Heart Association.
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About Pediatric Quick Reference
The popular "Blue Card" is now a mobile app!!!

This user friendly mobile application, developed by Children's National Medical Center physicians in the divisions of Emergency and Transport Medicine, provides a quick reference for the vitals, equipment, or dosage guidelines for a pediatric patient.

This award-winning app allows providers to have a quick access to handle pediatric emergencies. The entire app is weight (or age) based so every medicine, equipment, vital is specific to the patient to help with real-time patient management. This app received a Blue Aster award. It is utilized mostly by nurses, PAs, NPs, and physicians in community EDs, urgent care clinics, and pediatric/family offices that handle acutely ill infants and children. It is additionally used by many medics and ALS-B providers in the community who provide scene and transport care for pediatric emergencies.

Recent changes:
2.0.1 released 10/20 includes new features including improved navigation, updated data, and PALS charts from the American Heart Association.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 1, 2015
Thanks
A Google User
Jun 23, 2015
Needs Please add odansatron and a "how supplied" function.
A Google User
Jan 24, 2015
It is great.
A Google User
Sep 4, 2014
Excellent
A Google User
Apr 30, 2014
Very good navigation and very useful. Having to accept the terms and conditions every time the app starts is moderately annoying.