WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is the world's largest and most popular emergency medicine open-access reference resource. Our highly acclaimed content is freely available via the internet and our dedicated mobile applications. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and share your important knowledge with the world.
Say hello to Fractures.app – your new best friend when it comes to dealing with fractures and bony injuries! This free app is here to make life easier for emergency physicians and healthcare providers, whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out.
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The My Emergency Department app is designed and developed by emergency medicine physicians for anyone working in the emergency department. It allows a single source of truth for all your team’s guidelines, policies and education content. It also helps streamline communication within the team. The platform is completed free to get started and you can check out more about it read more
From the creator of Nerve Block comes another free app and figuring out how to manage a laceration just got a lot easier. With Suture.app, you’ll have all the information you could need at your fingertips. Our easy-to-use interface will guide you from start to finish.
As soon as you select the laceration location, you’ll start getting repair recommendations including suture material and sizes, other closure methods (like staples or hair apposition), technique references with guided videos and illustrations and instructions to share with patients including removal timeframes.