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07
Jul

The power of graphic design

One of the interesting things we have learnt during the creation of this app is just  how many skill sets you need. We had rather naively assumed there would be this technical dude who would translate what we wanted from medical speak into code, bang it onto the iphone for us, and maybe knock us […]

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20
Jun

Tester Slots Available

Just to mention that we still have a considerable number of slots available for testers, so if you are interested in getting involved / using the application and helping shape Paeds ED, please contact me and we will set you up! If you are already a tester, please spread the word, we would greatly appreciate […]

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18
Jun

Version 1.01

Found a few issues from the most recently coded modules, fixed in this version: 1. Oral midazolam was calculating incorectly despite the correct formula. 2. Sublingual midazolam was not calculating correctly despite the correct formula 3. The IV infusion of adrenaline was not displaying the rate : dose equivalence Would love to get feedback, please […]

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15
Jun

Hey Ho, Let’s go….

To quote the Ramones. Paeds ED Alpha build 1.00 is going out to testers today. There are quite a few issues we already know about, and we hope testers find more. Remember that this is simply an early alpha build, and we hope to have at least 10 iterations before we even progress to wider […]

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20
May

New Modules

This week was going to be the week that saw us seeding to developers. However we have received 5 new modules: 1. Sedation 2. Anaesthesia 3. Asthma 4. Meningitis 5. Inotropic support These will need considerable snagging before we can even think of distributing them. In good news the app now has an icon, and […]

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17
May

Creative Commons?

So what? Part of our aim in setting up iedapps and making it a non profit is to get a quality assured innovative & useful products to market without charging for them. We know that there is a market, and we know one tried & tested way to get there (iTunes & iPhone). The five […]

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05
May

The Long Tail

Back in 2005 I had become a trainee registrar in Emergency Medicine and was going between Aberdeen and Yorkshire allot. It was during these journeys up and down the country that I first started reading wired magazine, and listening to tech podcasts. On one such journey I read a great article by Chris Anderson in […]

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04
May

Developers blog?

Hello Haidar here. We at iED have spent the last year struggling to get this idea off the ground, and it finally looks as though it might happen. We thought we would start a little blog to chronicle some of our challenges, achievements, and keep people informed as to what we are up to in […]

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