Data from iPad, iPhone, iPod - Curated by EPG Health - Last updated 23 May 2017

Size

17.4 MB

Category

Medical

Description

The BAUS Emergency Urology App is exclusively intended for download and educational use by medical students and registered medical or healthcare practitioners involved in the emergency management of urological patients.

The App aims to give the user a structured approach to the initial management, investigation, diagnosis and subsequent treatment of a wide range of common urological emergencies.

This App is offered free as an educational tool to aid universal knowledge in the management of common urological emergencies. The information is intended as an educational guide to clinical practice only. In all clinical situations, medical and healthcare professionals must use their own judgement.

If you are unsure about, or are not competent or qualified to perform, any of the tests or treatments included in this App then appropriate senior advice and help must be sought. 

The authors, editors, publishers and BAUS will not accept any legal responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the text or for any liability arising from the misuse or misapplication of clinical material within this App. The patient images in the App are anonymous and all patients have consented for their images to be used for medical educational purposes.

What's new

compatibility with iOS 9

Compatibility

Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

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