Royal Children’s Hospital Clinical Guidelines
Clinical Practice Guidelines contained in this app provides quality, up-to-date health information as a resource for both medical practitioners and the wider community. These Clinical Practice Guidelines are developed by The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne.
This is a clinical information tool designed specifically for clinicians who treat children. The resource was created by Paediatricians and includes thousands of topics, graphics and videos for clinicians who work in a wide range of clinical settings—including emergency rooms, acute care facilities, paediatric group practices and academic institutions.
Child Resus contains step-by-step emergency treatment guidelines for all common paediatric emergencies. What makes this app different from others is that it tailors the guideline according to your patient’s response and needs. Topics include: asthma; anaphylaxis; electrolyte imbalances; dehydration; adrenal crisis; and stridor.