iOS 11 Update:
I'm aware that these are no longer compatible with iOS 11
I'm looking into option to get these updated,
but unfortunately my time is limited due to clinical work.
Thank you for your patience.

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Great effort was made to correct errors and ensure up-to-date content. Please let me know if you find any errors and I will fix them. Suggestions for additional content are also appreciated.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q Your Apps are not compatible with iOS 11. Can you please update?
A I'm looking into options for updating these Apps. Unfortunately, I do not have enough personal time to re-program them myself.
Q When I open the App, it immediately closes. What gives?
A This can happen with any App and is most likely due to a partial download. Please delete the App from your device and re-download it from the iTunes AppStore. If this does not fix the problem, let me know.
Q Can you make the App for Droid/Blackberry/Palm/Windows Mobile?
A Creating the Apps for other mobile devices requires starting from scratch. With limited personal time, I am working on updates for the iPhone applications only. The problem is that each mobile device uses a different platform and programming language. This makes "porting" the Apps nearly impossible.
Q Can you add images/pictures/videos/movies to the Apps?
A There are a couple of reasons why images were not added. First, it is extremely difficult to get copyright permission for images. Many authors I contacted were unwilling to share their images unless the App was sold and profit obtained, which is not my intent. Second, programming for the images takes lots of extra time (image rotation, pinch/zoom, saving image zoom state). Also, adding images/movies slowed down loading of the App and the original goal was to make the App as fast as possible.
Q Why Apple?
A At the time I started development, Apple held the largest portion of the medical professional market and the iPod Touch can be purchased without a mobile phone plan. Additionally, I was very impressed with the iPhone SDK (Xcode) development platform. Another study done a year later showed that Apple still held the largest portion of the medical professional market.
Q Can you organize the content better?
A I'm always working on updates for the OMM Guide, Gas Guide, Pain Guide, and Sepsis Guide. I'm still deciding if I want further subcategories or a "notes" style where you can save favorites. The goal has always been to get to the content you need as fast as possible. Layout suggestions are appreciated.
Q Are you able to share some of your source code?
A Absolutely. Everything is open source and available at Google Project. The source code is licensed under Creative Commons as Attribution, Non-Commecial, Share Alike. This means you must attribute the original author, not use the source for commercial profit, and share any of your modifications as open source.
Q Thank you for creating these Apps and making them available for free!
A You're very welcome, I hope you find them useful. Suggestions for updates are always welcome. Being an Apple Developer costs me $99/year, so donations are also appreciated. Half of all donations will go toward advancing the professions of Anesthesiology (for Gas/Pain Guide) and Osteopathic Medicine (for OMM Guide).
Visit the App websites to donate. OMM Guide - Gas Guide - Pain Guide
Q Your App sucks, you didn't even include ---- protocols/guidelines!
A Guidelines and protocols were only included if permission was obtained. Negative comments without suggestions to improve does not help me create a better resource. However, I am willing to provide you a full refund.