Injectable Medicines Guide – MEDUSA

When you need information on the use of intramuscular or intravenous injectable drugs you should find what you need in the Injectable Medicines Database (MEDUSA) available to Trust staff at  http://medusa.wales.nhs.uk/?ID=9f22667e88ca3002c73a0757f58f1ae7949. You’ should find this link in your Internet “bookmarks” (favourites) in a folder called NHS Applications when you’re logged in to Trust computers and it will log you straight in to MEDUSA.

Alternatively access is also available through http://medusa.wales.nhs.uk/?ID=9f22667e88ca3002c73a0757f58f1ae7949

Submitted by Jinny Somoo

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Universal Logbook app

Submitted by Matt Staniforth

Would you like an easy way to record your clinical work and cases? Universal Logbook could be just what you’re looking for. Developed by an NHS Consultant, it’s a 5 star app with plug-ins for most specialities, including A&E. One recent reviewer said “Over my last 3 years of training it provided me with an easy to use and very functional app for logging all my cases. At the end of the day you can just log your cases with minimal trouble and time”.

As well as being available for Apple devices, mac and pc desk-top versions are available free of charge from the developers web-site (downloads section). 

Universal log book