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ESC Pocket Guidelines App

Convenient Resources Available Directly on Your Mobile Device

Four ESC Pocket Guidelines titles were added to the ESC Pocket Guidelines App at the ESC 2021 Congress, featuring interactive tools including algorithms, calculators, charts, and scores.




The new 2021 titles with new functionalities and interactive tools are:

  • Cardiac Pacing
  • Valvular Heart Disease
  • CVD Prevention
  • Heart Failure
 

Look for 'ESC Guidelines' in the Apple, Android and Amazon stores. Download the ESC Pocket Guidelines App containing more than 150 interactive tools, covering 29 titles.

See the full list of titles/topics included in the App from 2011 onwards. You can also find the derivative products developed from the guidelines:  summary cards and essential messages.

 

The ESC Pocket Guidelines App is free from the App stores below or on your desktop by clicking here: https://guidelines.escardio.org/

   
   

Download the user guide to make the most of your app:   Apple   |   Android

 

 

Specific Atrial Fibrillation Apps

Revolutionise your clinical decision-making and patient management with two new apps  – one for you and one for your patients.

2017-07-05 - HR icon - AF manager - RGB.jpgThe 'AF Manager' App is a state-of-the-art tool for healthcare professionals that uses integrated patient data to suggest treatment options from the ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines on atrial fibrillation 2016.

 

2017-07-05 - HR icon - My AF - RGB.jpgThe 'My AF App' is an educational resource and tool for people with atrial fibrillation: it records symptoms and quality-of-life data that can be shared with the healthcare team before each hospital visit.

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The ESC Pocket Guidelines App is sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim, Daiichi Sankyo Europe GmbH and Novartis.
These sponsors were not involved in any way, directly or indirectly, in the development of the scientific content.