All of the files and programs available on this website are free.
Nevertheless, if you intend to use these programs, you should give me
due credit for my efforts and register as a user.
Medical Databases to download :
MediNotes is a massive Psion EPOC Database File containing many assorted
useful medical facts & figures, useful if you like to have this sort of
information at your fingertips. It contains details of many standard
reference ranges, as well as other useful management protocols, infusion
calculations, various conversions, medical emergencies, and notes on the
usage of a number of common drugs.
The Restricted Version available freely from this website has had many of the fields in the database removed to limit its functionality. The full version has all the fields left intact and (since the demise of Palmaris Medical Ltd) is only avilable from me personally. If you want it, contact me by email.
****** Drug ******
Up to date for BNF No 46 - September 2003.(Files will need to be de-archived using an unzipper program - Eg. WinZip or RMRZip)
'Drug' - Psion Series 3 Version
'Drug' - Psion Series 5 / 7 / Revo Version
'Drug' - Microsoft Access Version
'Drug' - CSV Version
'Drug' - Palm HanDBase Version
'Drug' - Palm JFile Version
****** Muscle ******
A Database File listing all of the muscles in the human body with their origins, insertions, actions and nerve supply. Useful for Medical Students and Trainee Surgeons. To see some screenshots, click here.
'Muscle' - Psion Series 3a/c Version
'Muscle' - Psion Series 5 / 7 / Revo Version
'Muscle' - CSV Version
These programs are Psion Series 3 OPL Program files. The three programs
together make up an integrated package which can be used to keep, organise,
list, sort, and audit patients' hospital records.
The difference between my patient management programs all the other ones out there, are that my programs use the standard 'Data' file format, just like the files you use for your address book (although the labels are obviously changed to suit storing patient information).
My programs work by analysing these data files to produce tidy printouts of whatever information you want to extract from them. When you are not printing out the files, you naturally use the standard 'Data' application for viewing and updating them.
Each of the following programs has its own homepage with full help-file included. Using them is free, but you must register.
A hospital patient tracking program which will produce tidy printouts of your patients according to various user-defined criteria. I use this program to produce nice tidy patient lists for consultant ward-rounds.
A Hospital audit program which can search for and list patients which match a certain specified set of criteria. You can also use this program to do medical and surgical audit, and you can even extract data from your files to produce a logbook.
A program which will sort any data file according to various criteria. You can sort according to First Name, Surname, Number and Date. Naturally the file to be sorted can hold any type of data and doesn't necessarily need to hold patient information.
A suggested format for clerking patients with all the standard questions you might ever want to ask. I developed this in the months following starting the clinical part of the medical course at LHMC. It might for example be useful for medical students and perhaps 'Nurse Practitioners'.
A suggested format for approaching the moulage of the ATLS exam. It tells you how to approach the management of the patient, which examinations to perform and in which order. It was produced as a culmination of my experiences during the ATLS course.
My PGP Public Signature ( 'Pretty Good Privacy' by Phil Zimmermann) :
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Last Modified : 12th December 2003