The Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH) GUIDELINES Pocketcard™ is endorsed by the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP) and based on the latest ACCP guidelines with current WHO functional classifications.
This practical quick-reference tool contains screening, diagnostic, treatment algorithm, drug therapy, dosing information, patient monitoring and counseling points. This latest update is based on the 2009 print edition with additional features, enhanced functionality and ongoing updates.
Contains society-endorsed evidence-based treatment guidelines in a brief algorithmic format that is most preferred by practicing clinicians, quality managers, nurses, educators, and medical students
Provides all that is needed to make accurate clinical decisions at the point of care including:
Nomenclature and Classification of PAH
Procedures Recommended for the Diagnosis and Confirmation of PAH
Assessment of Disease
Medical Treatment, Selecting a Treatment Regimen
Current Medication Tables with Brand and Generic Names
Detailed drug information: strengths, formulations, comments
Additionally, you''ll get valuable added features, available only from Skyscape:
New interactive flowchart: Complex algorithm and protocol are transformed from static images into dynamic step-by-step decision support tools. This innovative feature can quickly and easily walk you through even the most intricate decision models.
Full Images: Vivid images that aid in diagnostic workup.
Table Viewer: All the richness of extensive tables, easily viewable on the compact screen of your mobile device.
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Supported operating systems:
Pocket PC 2002, WinCE.Net 3.0, WinCE.Net 4.0, WinCE.Net 5.0, WinCE.Net 6.0, Windows Mobile 2003, Windows Mobile 5.0, Windows Mobile 6 Classic, Windows Mobile 6 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.1 Classic, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional
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