How many activities that require 4 or more METS can the patient do?
This classic decision tool is extremely useful in primary care evaluation of sore throat.
Calculator with validated clinical decision rule to predict Coronary Artery Disease as a cause of chest pain
Checklist from the SAMHSA guideline for opioid addiction treatment with buprenorphine. Slightly modified to work as a checklist with binary elements.
Decision tool gives current age-based Pap Smear recommendations. It also provides the recommendations for action on the basis of Pap Smear results. From the ASCCP guidelines.
The jumping off point for chronic, inflammatory arthritis diagnostic work. Based on the amazing algorithm(s) by Dr. Lipsky from 1997.
Pharyngitis calculator to aid diagnosis and treatment of patients 5 years and older is based on 5 items.
“Powerful but fragile, hope is.” Nobody talks that way. And Yoda never said anything about hope, but if he did that’s how he would have said it. A 13-item checklist to strike back against despair.
This calculator provides the MELD score utilizing sodium released in November 2015. The score is used in liver allocation in the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN).
This calculator provides the MELD score and mortality estimate for patients with cirrhosis. The score is used in liver allocation in the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN).
This tool provides suggestions for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) or Computed Tomography (CT) studies based on body area and clinical condition. It includes contrast recommendations where applicable.
Calculator for risk of postconcussion symptoms (such as headache, fatigue, inattentiveness, or forgetfulness) more than 28 days after the initial trauma.
This tool can be used to rule out pulmonary embolism if the pre-test probability of PE is low. A Wells PE Score of 1 or 0 is one way to meet this requirement (1.3% probability).
Rule to determine the prevalence and characteristics of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) patients who present to emergency departments with normal or nonspecific electrocardiograms (ECGs).
This is the first Shorthand library. When you enter the letters of a Shorthand code, they are expanded after you click ‘Calculate Result’. It currently includes ‘%ros’ (review of systems), ‘%exam’ (exam), ‘%edu’ (education), and ‘%mseall’ (a condensed normal mental status exam). To use this, you can either copy it to your own SOAPnote or you can use the ‘frontload’ feature. To frontload this to your own templates, put [frontload soapnote="shorthand/shorthand-base/"] at the very beginning of your note.