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ITDCS has been developing high quality bespoke software since 1999. We help by developing new applications, re-engineering existing ones or adding additional functionality.
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ITDCS has focused on developing bespoke software for clients within Ireland.
This application provides the healthcare professional with a method of titrating inotropes and vasopressors in a controlled manor without need for an infusion. ‘Push Dose Pressors’ allows critically ill adults and children to receive quicker access to lifesaving vasoactive drugs. Designed to provide stability while a standard infusion is prepared or when haemodynamic compromise is expected to be short-lived e.g.induction of anaesthesia.
PhototherapyThis application will help you assess a neonates need for phototherapy using the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence(NICE) guidelines.With a few simple clicks the calculator provides you with a clear “yes” or “no” answer as to whether phototherapy is required.
Paediatric Emergencies ‘Paediatric Emergencies’ provides the healthcare professional with the time critical information they need when treating an acutely unwell child.The application combines an emergency drugs calculator with algorithms from internationally recognised organisations.
Febrile Seizure This calculator has been designed to help healthcare professionals counsel parents of children who have had their first febrile seizure.<br>By selecting whether or not specific clinical predictors are present the calculator will work out the risk of the child having a further febrile seizure or going onto develop epilepsy.<br/>
Phototherapy Calculator The application will help you assess a neonates need for phototherapy using the American Academy of Pediatrics(AAP) guidelines.With a few simple clicks the calculator provides you with a clear “yes” or “no” answer as to whether phototherapy is required.consciousness.
Children's Coma Scale This application will calculate an infants or child’s level of consciousness using “The Modified Glasgow Coma Scale for Infants and Children.” This scoring system provides a reproducible and objective way of recording and monitoring trends in consciousness.