Clinical Anesthesiology

  • Clinical Anesthesiology is a succinct overview of the basic concepts and clinical considerations essential to the modern practice of anesthesia. The ideal reference for any anesthesiologist or trainee in this area of specialty, Clinical Anesthesiology is now available in handheld form for your Palm or Pocket PC device.

USBMIS has gone to great lengths to produce a well-informed, consistently organized, and user-friendly application for the convenience of your PDA.

Check out these valuable features:

* Updates to all chapters reflecting the latest advances in practice
* Case discussions to promote application of the contents
* Key Terms and Topics to provide a quick guide to subject matter usually contained on written exams
* Tables and figures for easy comprehension of complex material
* Key Concepts to help keep you focused on truly important themes that constitute the core understanding of anesthesiology
* Comprehensive index for quick searching
* Bookmarks to personalize your application for the information you access most frequently

ECG NOTES is a quick-lookup reference based on F.A. Davis’ ECG Notes: Interpretation and Management Guide. The combination of trusted content and powerful USBMIS mobile technology makes ECG Notes an invaluable reference for experienced healthcare providers as well as a great clinical and teaching guide for students. It presents the basics (anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system, electrical conduction system of the heart, basic ECG concepts and components), ACLS and CPR algorithms, emergency medications, and comprehensive information on monitoring leads and interpretation of over 100 ECG rhythms including 12-Lead and pacemaker rhythms.
Benefits Include:

– Extensive information with 155 color illustrations
– Mobile, portable, and convenience PDA format so you will have the information you need no matter where you are
– Contains the latest CPR guidelines and ACLS algorithms
– “Clinical Tips” provide essential clinical implications throughout the guide
– Covers 12-Lead, emergency medications and skills plus lead placement, and cardiac anatomy and physiology
– “Test Yourself ECG strips” present over 50 real-life arrhythmias for interpretation and/or studing
– The “Tools” section includes a handy heart-rate “ruler” that can be used to quickly establish the rate of an ECG, reusable patient report forms, and a glossaryr entire USBMIS mobile reference library
– Eight tabbed sections cover:
– BASICS – cardiac anatomy and physiology, electrical conduction system of the heart, standard and augmented limb leads, standard chest leads, right-sided chest leads, 15-Lead ECG, methods to calculate heart rate, descriptions of normal and abnormal ECG components, and nine easy steps on how to analyze an ECG strip
– ECGs – a comprehensive section covering the interpretation of over 50 arrhythmias (SA node, atrial, junctional, ventricular, AV blocks, artificial pacemaker rhythms, and ECG artifacts) with all ECG strips recorded in easy-to-read six-second strips, clinical tips are included to provide clinical implications to various arrhythmias
– 12-LEAD – description of a 12-Lead ECG is given and colorful illustrations show the electrical axis of the heart, location of an MI by ECG leads, progression of an acute MI, ST elevation and depression, normal 12-Lead, and abnormal 12-Leads including anterior MI, inferior MI, lateral MI, spetal MI, posterior MI, and left and right bundle branch blocks
– MEDS/SKILLS – covers indications, dosages, contraindications, side effects, and precautions of over 30 emergency medications, emergency skill procedures include defibrillation (manual and automatic), cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing, and carotid sinus massage
– CPR – complete guidelines are covered for the adult, child, and infant for CPR and obstructed airway
– ACLS – advanced cardiac life support algorithms (ACLS) are listed from ventricular fibrillation, pulseless VT, PEA, asystole, ischemic chest pain, bradycardia, unstable and stable tachycardias, and wide and narrow complex tachycardias
– TEST STRIPS – over 50 test strips are presented in easy-to-read six-second strips with space to type in answers and notes, case studies are presented, answers are given at the end of the section
– TOOLS – troubleshooting ECG problems are presented along with a patient ECG record that can be filled in, heart rate rulers quickly measure the ECG rate

Palm PDA requirements:

– Palm OS 3.5.3 or greater
– 16MB of available memory ( additional main memory may be needed when installed to memory card* )



– Save both and ECGN.z01 files into the same folder.
– Open and extract all files from, and hotsync to your Palm device.

ur happy link:
ecgnotes usbmis


USBMIS Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review 1.3.5

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review is a necessary tool for rehabilitation specialists doing clinical work and physical medicine & rehabilitation students studying for clinical rounds and for licensure examinations. Author, Sara J. Cuccurullo’s, valuable reference has now been transformed to yield the convenience of a PDA application for the Palm and Pocket PC.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Board Review features all of the content of the text version including:

Thorough coverage of virtually every disorder, modality, technique, and tool for the rehabilitation specialist all with an extremely user-friendly navigation system.

Additional coverage of stroke and musculoskeletal disorders and their physical rehabilitation and training, mobility issues, back-to-work issues, as well as vision and hearing concerns.

Extensive Pediatric and Geriatric sections

Exclusive PDA Features

* Easy hyperlinks to move through the content quickly
* Separate navigation buttons allow you to jump from Pearl to Pearl anywhere in the application
* Searchable version of the complete index only one tap away at all times
* Dynamic hierarchy for rapid navigation of the contents
* Jump-To feature allows even faster navigation

ur happy link:

password if needed : SMSO (capital letters

Here z Lexi-Comp pediatric

And updated pediatric lexidrugs, lexicomp DB, 2007

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