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LabGear ~Medical lab reference guide


Award winning medical lab reference app LabGear is the best pocket tool for Medical Laboratory tests with peer reviewed content for all health care professionals – students, physicians, nurses and is now with iCloud sync.
– Featured in “Apps for Healthcare professionals” AppStore.
– “15 apps that improve your practice”, Medscape.com
– University of Rochester Medical Center – 4stars
UNIVERSAL SUPPORT – iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch

★ iCloud support
★ > 300 Tests / 23 Categories
★ Tabbed Menu
★ Quick Jumps via Tag buttons showing you Lab abbreviation
★ Quick Switch between Conventional (US) Units or SI Units.
★ Tapping Reference Range in Lab detail reveals both US/SI value
★ Bookmark a Lab test for easy quick reference.

★ MedCalc – LabGear LINK
[NEW] FirstTime, LabGear ties up with MedCalc, the perfect medical calculator, to provide the best Lab Information & Calculation/Formulation. Thats the perfect combination on the AppStore. Jump from LabGear to MedCalc (>2.1) for more relevant information.

– 300+ labs tests with descriptions, differential dx, presenting symptoms, extra information.
– Lab Values editing
– NOTES: Add your custom Notes to lab
– MedCalc Linkage (LabGear is linked with MedCalc app)
– SEARCH lab on External Sites Directly
– RANDOM Lab refreshes for Leisure Learning
– Fishbones schematics for Preset testing panels

More than [270+] Laboratory tests from Most Systems.
✷ Tumor Markers
✷ Hormones & Nutrition
✷ Hematology
✷ CardioVascular System
✷ Pulmonary System
✷ Gastrointestinal System
✷ Nephrology
✷ Pregnancy
✷ Immunology

Based On Testing source/specimen
✷ Urine Sample
✷ Cerebrospinal Fluid
✷ Amniotic Fluid
✷ Other Body fluids

Based on Lab Type:
✷ Electrolytes & Metabolites
✷ Enzymes
✷ Lipids
✷ All Proteins
✷ Red Blood Cells
✷ White Blood Cells
✷ Cardiac Markers

Standard Test Panels: have been easily layed out for a quick browse. Lists tests that are usually done for initial assessment of the patient:
✷ Complete Blood Profile
✷ Basic Metabolic Panel
✷ Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
✷ Blood Gases
✷ Liver Panel
✷ Lipid Panel
✷ Coagulation Profile
✷ Urinalysis

-Lab Reports Have
✔ Brief Laboratory Test Description
✔ Conditions with High referrence range (if applicable)
✔ Conditions with Low range (if applicable)
✔ Reference Range with US / SI Units
✔ Presentation / Symptoms / Signs
✔ Wiki Links (For more information) *
✔ External search webresults *

★-Intelligent Universal Search
Search either tags like ‘Glu’, ‘AST’, ‘Ca’, ‘Na’, ‘K+’ are fully searchable and bring up all related lab results.
Scroll while you search.

DISCLAIMER: The information provided in this application is strictly for educational purposes only and is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please use this application only if you accept the disclaimer within the application. Consult with a recognized medical professional before making decisions based on information included in this application

*NOTE: Active Internet Connection is required either in the form of Wifi or cellular data plan (3G/EDGE/Etc.) to access Wiki/External pages.

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