RNotes®

RNotes®

By Unbound Medicine, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2015-02-26
  • Current Version: 1.4
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 15.25 MB
  • Developer: Unbound Medicine, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 10 Ratings

Description

** The essential clinical companion for nurses and students ** **Now includes highlighting and notes functionality** ABOUT RNOTES® RNotes is a quick-reference application that puts the latest clinically-focused nursing information at your fingertips, helping you improve patient care. Find answers fast by browsing or searching, then review clinical findings, collaborative management, and quick-read information along with full-color images and charts. The latest edition also helps students prepare for the NCLEX examinations by noting topics that are covered on the exam. FEATURES • Answers to the questions faced in clinical rotations • New topics including wound cultures, sepsis, intravenous access, and more • Full-color images and figures • NCLEX icons indicating topics found on licensure exam • Step-by-step procedures and enhanced physical assessment guidance • Details for interpreting ECG, lab values, priority interventions, and more • Convenient tables and charts for finding information quickly • Ability to make custom notes and highlights within entries • Nursing alerts highlighting critical safety information • “Favorites” for bookmarking important topics Author: Ehren Myers Publisher: F.A. Davis Powered by: Unbound Medicine Unbound Privacy Policy: www.unboundmedicine.com/privacy Unbound Terms of Use: https://www.unboundmedicine.com/end_user_license_agreement

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  • It's ate the book, not practical on the unit

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    By Uncle Gerald
    A lot of work went into this app. Seems like a text in app form. I was looking for a quick reference to double check if I missed something. In some ways this ap is too... Simple. I don't need to be told the obvious in vague terms. It's not practical for quick use, but it's a reference if you need to research, but then not thorough to complete the research.

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