Not exactly an “app”, but the WHO Surgical Care at the District Hospital manual is available in PDF and can be loaded onto any device that can read PDFs: http://www.who.int/surgery/publications/en/

Bill Cayley, Jr, MD MDiv

bcayley@yahoo.com


You could look at this website from South Africa

http://www.resuscitationcouncil.co.za/downloads/algorithms

Kind regards

Dr Mergan Naidoo,  naidoom AT ukzn.ac.za


Not sure about Algorithms but discussed Emergency Medicine/critical Care apps with some of our Anaesthetic trainees and have listed some below.

Life in the Fast Lane –   http://lifeinthefastlane.com/top-medical-iphone-apps/ a terrific website that recommends the best apps etc for Emergency Medicine & Critical care

WikEM / EMCRIT / Basics of Em Medicine / ERres / FOAM

Hope this is of help to you

Regards, Peter

Critical Care Outreach Practitioner http://www.justgiving.com/Peter-Smith2015


Those working in emergency medicine and triage will be interested to know about free apps from the Open Medicine Project in Cape Town. Their triage app recently won a major international app award.

Emergency Guidance App:

http://www.openmedicineproject.org/photo-gallery/emergency-medicine-guidance-app/

Other app projects from OMP:

http://www.openmedicineproject.org/projects/

(Thanks to Neil for suggesting that I share this here.)

Arthur Attwell, Director, Bettercare, bettercare.co.za