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WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.

WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

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Version History

Launched Sep 22, 2013 (about 6 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 2 months, on average.

Sep 04
2019
(Current)
Version 6.91

Updates and bugfixed

Sep 03
2019
Version 5.9.3

bugfix

Sep 02
2019
Version 6.5

Updates and bugfixed

Jun 07
2019
Version 6.4

Updates and bugfixed

May 08
2018
Version 5.9

Feb 26
2018
Version 5.8.5

Oct 01
2017
Version 5.8.1

Aug 26
2017
Version 5.4.2

5.4.2 Proportions of icons on Android about screen fixed

Nov 08
2016
Version 5.4.0

5.2.0 Fixed offline bug. Added WikEM Forum. If you still having issues with offline access please uninstall the app and reinstall to fix a damanged phone database

Nov 03
2016
Version 5.3.0

5.2.0 Fixed offline bug. Added WikEM Forum. If you still having issues with offline access please uninstall the app and reinstall to fix a damanged phone database

Oct 31
2016
Version 5.2.0

5.2.0 Fixed offline bug. Added WikEM Forum. If you still having issues with offline access please uninstall the app and reinstall to fix a damanged phone database

Sep 26
2016
Version 5.1.0

5.1.0 individual pages xml

Sep 15
2016
Version 5.0.2

5.0.2
bug fixes

May 30
2016
Version 5.0.1

5.0.1
bug fixes
5.0
In app registration and cloud backup of favorites and lists plus many bug fixes
4.92
-New launch screen and app layout
4.91
-Search fixes
4.9
-New improved search with autocomplete.
4.0
-Major update with redesign
3.4
-fixed bug with updated server
3.3
-improved search functionality
-several link fixes
3.1
-added 'surg' category to main page
-several stability bug fixes
3.01
-now works on phones without SD-card (eg. Galaxy sii)

Apr 25
2016
Version 4.21

Apr 20
2016
Version 4.20

Apr 01
2016
Version 4.18

Mar 21
2016
Version 4.17

Nov 05
2015
Version 4.8.21

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Oct 18
2015
Version 4.8.20

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Oct 11
2015
Version 4.8.19

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Jul 07
2015
Version 4.8.14

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Jun 24
2015
Version 4.8.13

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Apr 20
2015
Version 4.8

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Apr 18
2015
Version 4.7

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Apr 04
2015
Version 4.5

WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is a point-of-care reference available on the web or via our dedicated mobile applications. Its emergency medicine knowledge base has thousands of quick problem-specific notes to help you care for patients, which is one of the reasons it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 users and is one of the top 10 most popular emergency medicine websites.

Supported by the nonprofit OpenEM Foundation, WikEM provides a way for medical practitioners to organize online content and cross-reference clinical information at http://www.wikem.org. If you are a medical practitioner, join our contributor community and help edit our content. WikEM is intended for clinicians only and not directly for patients.


WikEM serves a wide range of medical practitioners predominantly among the specialties of emergency medicine, pediatric emergency medicine, critical care, emergency medical services (EMS), and urgent care medicine, as well as primary healthcare fields such as family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics. Numerous sources have named WikEM as a key reference for emergency practitioners, ranging from EMTs, paramedics, and other first responders to nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and emergency physicians.

Feb 19
2015
Version 4.4

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

Feb 08
2015
Version 4.3

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

Feb 07
2015
Version 4.2

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

Feb 05
2015
Version 4.1

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

Jan 28
2015
Version 4.0

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

Jan 27
2015
Version 3.2

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

Sep 22
2013
Version 3.4

Overview
WikEM is a database of concise emergency medicine notes to assist physicians with their daily practice. Via wiki notes on http://www.wikem.org, WikEM features a continually available 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.

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