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Emergency Central

The All-in-One Mobile and Web Solution for Emergency Medicine

Created just for emergency medicine, Emergency Central is a collection of disease, drug, and test information including 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult, Davis’s Drug Guide, McGraw-Hill Medical’s Diagnosaurus®, Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests, and MEDLINE Journals.


1 year subscription - details

iOS devices running iOS v.6.0 or higher (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch)
Android devices running OS 4.0 or higher
All major web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)


Emergency Central is the complete mobile and web solution for emergency medicine professionals. Disease, diagnosis, and step-by-step treatment resources are integrated to link you to immediate answers. Identify possible diagnoses based on presenting symptoms, review details of specific conditions, determine the ideal diagnostic test sequence, and easily link to the drug guide for dosing information. And, with the Unbound™ Platform, Emergency Central is updated when you sync your mobile device.

Unbound Medicine’s Cross Links connect entries to related content. Make quick connections from presentation to diagnostic assessment and then to therapeutic options.

Emergency Central includes:

5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult

Rosen & Barkin’s 5-Minute Emergency Medicine Consult delivers practical, quick-read information on over 600 medical conditions seen in emergency medicine directly to your smartphone and tablet. Search and browse for answers in concise topics organized to help save valuable time. Written and edited by practicing clinicians, this mobile resource is ideal for confirming accurate diagnoses and beginning treatment in the fast-paced environment seen in urgent and emergent care.

Editors: Jeffrey J. Schaider, MD; Roger M. Barkin, MD, MPH; Stephen R. Hayden, MD; Richard E. Wolfe, MD; Adam Z. Barkin, MD, MPH; Philip Shayne, MD; Peter Rosen, MD

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

McGraw-Hill Medical’s Diagnosaurus®

Access over 1,000 quick-reference diagnoses in this valuable reference by disease, symptom, or organ system.

Author: Roni F. Zeiger, MD

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical

Davis’s Drug Guide

This best-selling drug reference provides need-to-know information on thousands of brand name and generic drugs.

  • Almost 2,000 monographs covering 5,000 trade and generic drugs
  • Details of IV administration, dilution, and concentration
  • Common herbal and natural products
  • High-alert notices and patient safety information
  • Drug-drug, drug-natural, and drug-food interactions
  • Regular updates when you sync your device

Authors: Judith Deglin, PharmD and April Vallerand, PhD, RN

Publisher: F.A. Davis Company

Pocket Guide to Diagnostic Tests

Pocket Guide to Diagnostics Tests provides quick-access to evidence-based information on the selection and interpretation of common diagnostic tests with more than 450 laboratory, imaging, and microbiology test monographs.

  • Tests for diagnosis, screening, or monitoring diseases
  • Techniques for specimen collection
  • Procedures for preparing patients

Editors: Diana Nicoll, MD, PhD, MPA; Chuanyi Mark Lu, MD; Michael Pignone, MD, MPH; Stephen J. McPhee, MD

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Medical

MEDLINE Journals

MEDLINE Journals delivers tables of contents and abstracts from the latest journal issues to your handheld and provides direct access to Unbound MEDLINE. Derived from the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed database, Unbound MEDLINE allows you to track leading journals in your field and search the medical literature from a mobile device or the web.

Note: MEDLINE Journals provides links to full text articles only when available from PubMed; to view full journal text online you may need a separate subscription.


  • Focused information on patient presentations, treatment strategies, indications, and follow-up
  • Differential diagnoses on 1,000 symptoms
  • 5,000 trade and generic drugs
  • Cross Links for fast navigation between resources
  • Personalized favorites
  • Journal tables of contents delivered on publication date
  • Instant literature searching with MEDLINE Journals
  • FREE updates and web access for one year