WikEM: The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki
WikEM is a global database of quick emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice, which has been downloaded by over 20,000 users worldwide. Via wiki-software, it features a continually updated set of notes and checklists that allow for rapid reference of key information. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients. See the left navigation bar on how to use the site and its downloadable software.
Mobile WikEM App
The new WikEM iPhone application (Version 3) has just been released! Search for "WikEMv3" in the iTunes app store to download it to your iPhone.
- Android: can download at Android App Market.
- iPhone/iPad: v3 is now in the app store. Search for "WikEMv3".
The information on this site and the related mobile software has been, and continues to be, compiled from multiple sources and multiple authors. It is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients. It can be edited by numerous individuals given access to the site, which produces constantly changing content. As such, the accuracy and completeness of this work cannot be guaranteed. The information contained herein is intended as a quick and convenient reminder of information you have already learned elsewhere. The contents are to be used as a guide only; health care professionals should always use sound clinical judgment and individualize patient care. This information is not meant to be a replacement for training, experience, continuing medical education, or studying the latest literature and medical information. The site managers, editors, contributing authors, the Harbor-UCLA EM residency program, and other people and organizations related to this site make this information available without warranties of any kind, express or implied. We disclaim any liability, loss, or damage caused by the contents. If you do not wish to be bound by the foregoing cautions and conditions, please do not use this site or downloaded mobile software.