The #1 medical simulation on the App Store! Full Code challenges you to take
on complex clinical cases in a realistic 3D emergency room. Whether you are a
medical student, resident, paramedic, nurse, PA or experienced physician you
will enjoy the challenge of solving Full Code cases....
No Prehospital care at all but great app
A little pricey subscription but it’s worth it to just give it at least a try. The cases are good too and there’s a lot to learn. I wish it were possible to re-examine pt or to see a vital trends after notable interventions. The few times it allows you to re-examine this is after intubation to reassess lung sounds and also it allows to rerunning labs. The patient doesn’t also decompensate over time. If time could be a factor that you can switch on or off in the app that would be impressive as this is an emergency medicine app. Worth the money I think and very time consuming. Too easy to get drawn in to the whole case.
Nice review for the Emergency Provider
The scenarios touch upon many of the common and not so common presentations in the Emergency Department. It’s a nice review and doesn’t dive too deep where you get lost in the weeds. It’s a good reminder of some of the true emergencies that we don’t see everyday but need to have a firm grasp of. Reviews at the end of the case have quick summaries with articles attached if you want a more in depth review. All in all I would recommend
It’s fun, but hardly accurate
I’ve only played one scenario so far and noticed quite a few errors in the desired treatments. The case is “#22 Found Down” and is a CPR turned MI. The patient is unconscious and unresponsive yet to get a 100% rating on interventions one must give them Aspirin. That drug is administered oral only and is absolutely contraindicated on an unconscious patient who cannot chew and swallow it. Also it rates chest x-ray as not a recommended procedure. Any patient who is intubated must have a chest X-ray to confirm tube placement. No exceptions. Also I disagree with the Heparin Drip for a patient about to go in for a surgical procedure. Granted it may be necessary, but anything affecting PT, PTT and/or INR in the presence of any surgical procedure should only be ordered by the physician performing the procedure. Unless the Cardiology consult comes back with “start Heparin prior to sending to cath lab” it shouldn’t be done in the ER. Otherwise this is a very fun app and so far I’ve enjoyed it.
Excellent app for clinical thinking
As a medical student going into a career in emergency medicine, this app has been absolutely invaluable. The cases are lifelike, presented in a very intuitive way, and the feedback at the end is better than what I’ve had from some of my actual professors. A must have for any medical student hoping to do EM.
I have used it from past 1 week. Very good application to simulate emergency cases. A lot to learn from it. Common cases that present in emergency. One thing is time factor could have been included and patient deteriorating due to untimely intervention could have been added. Overall superb application worth the subscription.
I love it!!
I’m an EMT and a paramedic student and this app is amazing! I wish I would’ve known about it sooner. The cases are great and i have learned soo many new things that can now help me in the field. I wish they weren’t so many typos and stuff though I think it should get reviewed again... many cases with errors. But aside from that the concept it great and definitely worth it.
This game is awesome and fun. I learn something new about diagnosis on every case. I especially liked the ARDs and VAPI case, because vape induced lung injury is something we’ll be seeing more of in EMS, ER, and ICU. It’s highly relevant. It’s the perfect game to pass the time, because while most games are unproductive, this game refines clinical thinking and skills.
Find it really useful and fun to learn Emergency, I’m in my last year of med school and these clinical scenarios are great way to apply my clinical reasoning skills, great range of cases some are very challenging and some are easily manageable, as in real life. Very happy with my subscription worth every penny. Well done guys.
I don’t typically review apps, but here you go. I’ve been in EMS about 5 years. In Paramedic school right now. Not a Dr by any means, but not green either. :) If you are in med school, or a nursing program, this is awesome! It focuses pretty much entirely on the hospital portion, no pre-hospital. It’s frustrating for me because I score really well on assessments, history taking, and stabilization (a medic’s job) but score poorly on more advanced hospital care. It’s a good app. But I would not advise for the prehospital worker. I’m giving a 4 star review because I feel it should have been better communicated that this is all ER care, no prehospital. But it is educational!
This is GOOD!
ER Nurse with 1 year experience. This app is the closest thing to actual scenario’s that I see on a daily basis. Medications are relevant, vital signs and presentations are realistic. Great app for anyone trying to refresh or to learn something new - especially if you haven’t been exposed to a diverse group of situations.
In love but Glitchy
I am a in love with this simulation. It really gives perspective to the medical world and the day to day challenges. My only problem. It doesn’t allow me to “subscribe” or choose other cases. It quite annoying. Can this be fixed?
I’m a new Nurse, I’ve only been licensed for a year. I have one year Med/Surg experience. I got bored doing hardly anything and decided I wanted to NURSE! I went into Emergency Medicine, and found my passion! Except one thing, I knew NOTHING! I’m 3 weeks in, and this app has helped me tremendously! You never stop learning in medicine, but this will keep you on your toes and your A-game!
Great Fun even for non-medical folks!
I'm not a doctor, but I loved playing in this app! The realistic environment kept me engaged and there were so many tests to run that it had a long play life. I went back in three times to improve my score. Lots of fun!
Fun but very advanced
To succeed you must have a working knowledge of anatomy, pathology, test interpretation, and pharmacology. These are the kinds of cases we face in our medical teaching system in the western world, except someone stands over our shoulders so we don’t kill anyone.
This game is amazing I’ve never seen anything like it. As a nursing student that has recently taken patho and fundamentals of adult health this is a great way to test knowledge and actually see it play out. I wish there were more free cases!
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