About eOpioid™In memory of Steve Jobs, 1955 2011, "Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice, heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary." Steve Jobs, 2005 Please consider our other apps eBenzo™ (Benzodiazepine Conversions) iScut™ (Medical To Do Lists & Patient Notes) Managing a patient's pain with opioid (i.e. narcotic) pain medications can be a difficult task. Opioids are potent analgesic pain medicines, but when dosed improperly can result in serious injury, including death. eOpioid™ is a powerful opioid dose converter app for the iPhone™ and iPod touch® which includes a suite of useful functions that can perform complicated opioid pain medication dose conversions. This app can assist healthcare professionals determine proper dose calculations of different opioid pain medicines for patients who may already be using opioids or are opioid tolerant. (Opioids are sometimes also referred to as opiates or narcotics.) Other conventional opioid dose calculators may use the traditional method of simply converting the number of milligrams of one opioid to the number of milligrams of another opioid using a single conversion factor. eOpioid™, however, is able to produce more complicated conversions for opioids such as methadone or levorphanol, in which the equianalgesic dose is actually not a single value, but a relatively large range of possible values. eOpioid™ not only calculates the number of milligrams for the new, replacement opioid of interest, but searches its database for the replacement opioid's available different sizes of tablets or patches and available dosing time intervals. It can then display the new opioid dose in terms of a potentially more useful output, such as “morphine 30 mg tablet, 1 orally q 8 hours”, rather than just stating “morphine 90 mg”. An almost unlimited number of separate opioids that a patient may be using can be entered for consideration. If a patient is simultaneously using many different opioids such as morphine, oxycodone, hydromorphone, etc, these can all be entered. eOpioid™ has additional functionality to assist clinicians choose appropriate settings for PatientControlled Analgesia devices for opioids, such as for morphine, hydromorphone, and fentanyl for patients who may be opioidtolerant. eOpioid™ has an extensive database of both longacting and shortacting opioids. It can assist you in determining the doses for a regimen consisting of a longacting opioid to be given aroundtheclock with a shortacting opioid to be given on an asneeded basis (i.e. Even with the multitude of different features offered with eOpioid™, its interface is refreshingly clean and logical. It was designed to be intuitive and is a true example of form following function. Help documents are accessible within eOpioid™ and are extensive. Please note that this software is not capable of performing medical consultations. eOpioid™ is an informational tool only and should only be used by specialized healthcare professionals. You are required to read the extensive help documentation within eOpioid™ to ensure a thorough understanding of the Software's capabilities and limitations. © SentientWare, 2009, 2010. All Rights Reserved. Protected by copyright and licenses restricting use, copying, distribution and decompilation. eOpioid™ and SentientWare™ are trademarks of SentientWare, in the United States and other countries. 3.0
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The app eOpioid™ is compatible with te following devices.
- iPod Touch (models: 5, 4, 3, 1, 6)
- iPhone (models: 5s, 6, 5c, 4s, 4, 3GS, 6 Plus, 5, 3G, 1)
- iPad (models: 3 4G, 4, 2, Mini 4G, 2 3G, Mini, 3, 4 4G, 1 3G, 1)