iED Blog

Gossip, innovation and insight into our apps
25
Nov

Sepsis & Normal Physiology Alpha

First build of sepsis & physiology arrived today Very rough so will be a while before it gets out anywhere. Anyhow, after all the excitement, right back to the hard QA slog. Haidar

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24
Nov

NHS Patient Safety awards 2010 finalists – ICT

Just to say we all went down to London today to face the judges of the 2010 NHS Patient safety awards where we are finalists in the software & ICT category. For the last week we have been pulling together a presentation which really only came together last night after a last minute team session […]

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12
Nov

Local Solutions – Global reach

One interesting track I thought I would mention is the fact that we have been downloaded in 33 countries. This is great, and getting an email from a lady in Mexico saying how great the app is along with a list of improvements she would like to see has to be  a high light of […]

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11
Nov

Developments

Hello all I have just found out that we have been shortlisted in the Technology and IT to improve patient safety category in the 2010 patient safety awards. We are all head over heals over this but need to take time to prepare our presentation. Taj says it will be feel like Dragon’s Den. The […]

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17
Sep

Conference news

Just to report that we are back from 2 conferences. Taj & I went to Valencia for the fifth mediterranean congress of Emergency Medicine. Really good conference, great educattion & dept design tracks and a superb chance to network. Lots of positive comments on our application, a few suggestions for improvements and loads of new […]

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28
Aug

Top 20!

Hello all We have somehow gone from a soft release on page 7 of the medical section of the app store to being in the top 20 UK paid medical apps. So thanks to every one who has put up with my ranting & raving over the last few months. We are ecstatic. Our tiny app […]

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20
Aug

Onto iTunes!

So today we went live on iTunes Download now! We are all incredicbly proud of this achievement, but also a bit confused. For a start our app has developed a few typos that were not there before we submitted the app. That just makes no sence and I suspect we have done something wrong somewhere. […]

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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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