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Vetcalculators is a collection of drug dosage calculators for Veterinarians and technicians from the number one veterinary calculator website, Vetcalculators.com. It includes calculators for Emergency and Anesthetic drugs, Constant Rate Infusions (CRI's) (Single drug, multiple drug and loading doses), IV Fluid Rates, Chocolate Toxicity, Calorie requirements, Blood Transfusions, a Blood Glucose Curve Generator and Unit conversion calculators, including Weight, Temperature, Body Surface Area, mg to ug, cc's to ounces's, cm's to inches.
Includes an in-App popup numeric calculator, for quick calculations while using the App.
Includes normal laboratory reference ranges for Hematology and Chemistry, a summary of IRIS stages for Chronic Kidney Disease, a Heartworm treatment chart, CSU Pain scale, Modified Glasgow Coma Scale, Dental Charts and multiple external links to veterinary sites. A number of common Lab Test protocols are included with an option to add and save your own test protocols in the App.
You can make your own drug dosage calculators by adding and saving your favorite drugs in "My Drugs", add and save your favorite web links in "My Links" and your CRI's in "My CRI's". You can modify the anesthetic, CRI and emergency drug calculators to show and print only the drugs you commonly use, hiding others, and then sort those drugs in any order you wish. All these settings will be saved in the App.
All Vetcalculators drug dosage calculations are performed as you enter the patients weight with automatic conversion of lbs and kgs. Weights and doses are saved after each input until they are reset by the user. Return to the page and the weights and dosages will be saved.
Individual drug dosages can be modified easily with the results re-calculated automatically.
Enter patient info such as ID, Pet and Owner Names, Sex, Age and Species as well as notes about the patient.
Print results easily or export as a PDF.
Set your individual preferences for App color theme and either a white or black App background and set the position of the reset and print floating button or choose a fixed toolbar instead.
Works on phone and tablet
No internet connectivity necessary.

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Secondary: Medical

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Version History

Launched Oct 22, 2017 (over 2 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 8 months, on average.

Oct 08
Version 2.8.2

New Antibiotic dose calculator page plus add your own Antibiotics!
Added additional unit conversions in Conversion Calculators
New US Unit to SI (International) Unit conversion calculator under Conversion Calculators - Convert Veterinary and Human lab values easily between US and SI Units
Added bile Acids to Test protocols
Updated Calorie calculator to show MER, RER, H2O requirements
Fixed layout bug in generated PDF files
Code updates and layout improvements

Jul 24
Version Varies with device

App Pages now open faster!
Add your own drugs to Emergency or Anesthetic drug pages.
Added a Drug Searchbar for Emergency and Anesthetic drugs
Added ACVIM Mitral Valve Disease 2019 Consensus Guidelines and Vertebral Heart Score to Reference page, Interactive Help for each page,
images for each Chocolate type
Fixed numerous printing bugs
Code updates and layout improvements.
Added in-App mini Text editor for adding Notes to any added drug and for patient info notes.

Oct 29
Version 1.0.2

A collection of Veterinary Calculators for Emergency and Anesthetic drugs, Constant Rate Infusions (CRI), Fluid Rates, Chocolate Toxicity, Unit conversion and Calorie requirements and more. Bug Fixes.

Oct 21
Version 1.0.1

A collection of Veterinary Calculators for Emergency and Anesthetic drugs, Constant Rate Infusions (CRI), Fluid Rates, Chocolate Toxicity, Unit conversion and Calorie requirements and more

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