Emergency Medicine. In the palm of your hand.
For over 10 years, palmEM has been trusted by tens of thousands of medical professionals.
"palmEM is an excellent, rapid point-of-care reference perfectly designed for the time crunch of the emergency department. Its succinct design works well with either the iPhone or iPad, and users needn’t be torn choosing between either well-optimized versions.”iMedicalApps.com
“I use this app daily. As a resident, it is a handy quick reference for treatment algorithms ranging from CAP abx coverage to the Pedi tape that has all your weight-based drugs. Best app in its category and allows you to quickly access the information needed. Well worth the purchase.”
“I work in a fast paced ED, LOVE this app! Used almost every shift! Highly recommend.”
“Has great information and pearls that are referenced in an awesome just the facts format. The pediatric resuscitation part is a must have and rivals other pediatric code apps. Perfect for use in the ER.”
“I have owned quite a few medical/ emergency medicine apps and this is by far the best quick reference out there. Extremely comprehensive, easy to navigate and nice on the eyes.”
“Absolutely worth the money! As a Family Med doc in clinic, this is my one-stop shop for the occasional ED-type patient that somehow schedules an acute appt with me instead of going to an ED. It allows me to perform quick interventions while coordinating transfer. I’ve used it three times in the past month alone as a super quick bedside reference for calculating BSA for a burn patient, splinting a metacarpal fracture, and remembering the rules for clearing a C-spine collar. The info is very well organized and is limited to the pearls that we need to remember quickly in that moment.”
“I'm a former ED nurse now back in the dept. as an NP, and I was looking for a quick reference for my iPhone. This has a wealth of information and it seemed to me better than some of the other apps that cost a lot more. I like how the topics are laid out by category, meds by category, procedure checklists, and a virtual peds Braslow-type tape. It also has a separate heading for all the various "rules" (Ottowa, etc.). Good images as well. I already had 5MCC but in my opinion, that info is not as well-suited to working in the ED. Palm EM fills that need for me and is a great addition to my handheld reference material toolbox.”
“This app is amazing....I use it often during all of my rotations from family practice, to peds, to ER....totally worth the price, would recommend it to all of my classmates!”
“Replaced my $300 per year reference! Awesome app.”
“Works perfect, and accurate content! Very trusted, it's my first line app in the ED! Use it all the time.”
“The Swiss Army Knife of Emergency Medicine. Well-written, easy to find information, nicely researched. Very useful fundamental information. Great for residency and medical school rotations. Inexpensive.”
“This the ultimate app for any new or seasoned provider looking for something that distills down some of the new decision rules coming from current literature.”
A beautifully simple, intuitive design lets you stay focused on the task at hand. And it's designed to support your continuous, rapid decision making.
There are no distractions to interrupt your flow. You'll have what you need in a glance.