|July 24, 2011||Posted by ellipticase under Announcements||
|February 17, 2011||Posted by ellipticase under Announcements||
|February 11, 2011||Posted by ellipticase under Announcements|
To access vital sign ranges, click on the vital sign title (P, BP, RR, SpO2, CVP, or MAP). Click again to toggle back.
Scutsheet 1.1 also includes more options for oxygenation. Select from room air, nasal cannula, non-rebreather, “V-Mask”, CPAP, BiPAP, assist control, pressure support, pressure control and SIMV and the associated settings. Scutsheet only shows you what you need.
-More calculations: BSA, BUN/Cr ratio, albumin-adjusted anion gap and corrected calcium.
-Albumin now appears in the chem 10 widget.
-Absolute cell line counts automatically calculated.
-Convert height and weight between english and metric.
-New lipid panel.
-Haptoglobin now included with iron studies.
-New one line assessment field.
Scutsheet 1.1 is available at the iTunes App Store.
|January 8, 2011||Posted by ellipticase under Announcements|
Like Scutsheet but need it to do more? Send us an e-mail at ellipticase at gmail. We’re willing to entertain all proposals.
|December 31, 2010||Posted by ellipticase under Announcements||
Three days only. Buy Scutsheet for only $4.99.
|December 22, 2010||Posted by ellipticase under Announcements||
And we’re live! Download Scutsheet for iPad from the App Store.
Scutsheet is patient tracker app for doctors, nurses and PAs to keep track of inpatients. It is designed to replace those note cards you’re carrying in your white coat pocket.
Unlike your EMR, Scutsheet wasn’t designed by IT. There are no mandatory fields. Enter as much or as little data as you want. The interface is designed to maximize data entry speed. It uses the skeletons you use when handwriting your own progress notes, and supports multiple lab draws for a single day.
This is version 1.0. We have a long list of features on our wishlist (print and e-mail progress notes anyone?) but appreciate your feedback. Send comments and suggestions to ellipticase at gmail or post on the FAQ page.