Mobile Apps

Mobile applications (apps) make information available wherever you have your smartphone at hand – this means almost everywhere.

Management algorithms and protocols embedded into mobile apps cannot replace textbooks and e-learning material – but they may provide fast and convenient access to helpful hints. Below you find links to free-of-charge apps in the field of perioperative bleeding management.

Management of severe perioperative bleeding

Guidelines from the European Society of Anaesthesiology. Summary of recommendations, suggestions and statements
Mobile-optimized webapp:

Dabigatran App

Dabigatran App by OEGARI is intended to assist medicinal users as a crises checklist in the management of bleeding events induced by the direct thrombin inhibitor dabigatran as well as in the optimization of patients under dabigatran before surgery.
Get it on Google Play


PPH App is designed exclusively for medical doctors, midwifes, and nurses caring for parturients. PPH App is intended to assist users as a crises checklist in the management of peri-partum haemorrhage.
Get it on Google Play


TICapp offers the following applications:
a) scroll down the algorithm of pathophysiology-oriented TIC management
b) simulate your own case and calculate doses of haemostatic drugs


Summary of the 2013 European trauma guidelines: A quick reference tool for clinicians
This clinical practice guideline provides evidence-based recommendations that aim to support the acute management of the bleeding trauma patient, which when implemented may improve patient outcomes.