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iTIVA plus Anesthesia Features and Description
-SUBSCRIBE TO SUPPORT FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS APP- iTIVA is a pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic simulation program that provides information about the distribution of drugs based on mathematical models and calculates a dose required to achieve the desired target, plasma, or effect-site concentration, like a TCI pump (target controlled infusion), calculating schemes that can be implemented in volumetric infusion pumps based on pharmacokinetic principles to guide your TIVA or balanced Anesthesia. So you can now easily do manual TCI Pharmacokinetic models iTIVA library includes 27 drugs and more than 65 pharmacokinetic models, that are updated continuously: -Remifentanil - ULTIVA -Fentanyl -Hydromorphone -Morphine -Sufentanil -Alfentanil -Ketamine -Procaine -Lidocaine - Etomidate -Propofol - DIPRIVAN -Dexmedetomidine - PRECEDEX -Midazolam - Remimazolam -Penthotal -Atracurium -Cisatracurium -Vecuronium -Rocuronium -Tranexamic -Magnesium Sulfate -Diazepam -Heparin - ACT estimation -Protamine It also calculates the end-tidal (Et) for Isoflurane, Sevoflurane, Desflurane to get the MAC age based on the Mapleson formula or Lerou nomogram. - Record intra-operative milestones (like unconsciousness, BIS value, etc..) - Share your case with other colleagues using QR codes - Export all recorded information as an excel file Please support future development by subscribing to this App WARNING: iTIVA is not designed to handle intravenous drugs for individual patients. Its use is limited to educational purposes to demonstrate pharmacokinetic principles when performing intravenous anesthesia. Therefore the user assumes all risks from the use of this application for clinical purposes. Infusion schemes are obtained from concentrations based on models published in the medical literature; therefore concentrations achieved from these schemes can vary widely, in the same manner for clinical effects. This application should only be used by people with extensive knowledge in Anesthesiology.