Anesthesia CALC is a great anesthesia calculator for both anesthesia providers and students alike! Anesthesia CALC offers great features like MAC calculations not available in any other android apps!
IBW (gender specific)
Uses formulas described by Eger(2001) to Calculate MAC values for isoflurane, sevoflurane, and desflurane, based on age, temp, and presence of N2O.
Calculates induction doses for propofol, etomidate, ketamine, midazolam, methohexital, thiopental, succinylcholine, rocuronium (standard and rapid sequence), vecuronium, cisatracurium, pancuronium. Reversal doses for neostigmine, pyridostigmine, edrophonium, atropine, and glycopyrrolate.
Ett size and cm to the lip
LMA size by weight and gender
Tidal volume by weight and IBW
Anatomic dead space
Alveolar dead space (requires ABG)
Estimated blood volume (based on BMI as described by Lemmens(2006))
Hourly crystaloid replacement (based on hours NPO and tissue trauma)
Allowable blood loss
Estimated PRBC volume needed to achieve a hct
Converts mcg/kg/min, mcg/min, mcg/kg/hr, mg/min, mg/hr, units/min, units/hr, units/kg/hr to ml/hr with user specified drip concentration.
This app was created with Google app inventor and as such the android back button is not supported yet. There are on screen back buttons within the app. Also the app request internet permission while the app in no way accesses the internet.
Thank you very much for looking at Anesthesia CALC please email any questions, comments, and feature request to email@example.com
Note: At this time the app is not optimized for tablets as it takes 30 seconds or more to initialize on most tablets. I am working on this and will update when it is resolved.
The app is currently being rewritten from the ground up! Please email me with new drugs/options that you would like to see within the app.
Please be sure to read the disclaimer on the apps homescreen.
Keywords: Anesthesia, Anesthetist, CRNA, SRNA, Anesthesiologist, Anesthesiology, Anesthesia Assistant, Nurse anesthetist, Intubation, Rapid sequence, drug calculator, MAC, anesthetic