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eBroselow makes medication safety simple. We have web and mobile medication references and a mission to prevent medical errors. Like the Broselow Tape, our products, eBroselow and eBroselow SafeDose, use a simple visual system developed by co-founder Dr. James Broselow. By reducing medical errors and costs and helping caretakers adhere to evidence-based practices, these medication references help hospitals deliver superior outcomes at a better cost.

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  • November 21, 2016

    eBroselow SafeDose Scan: Eliminating medication errors

    In a medical emergency, half of all medication administrations are wrong. That’s according to a 2012 study from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, which also revealed that 14 percent of those errors were potentially harmful or fatal...

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  • August 18, 2015

    eBroselow recommended by the National Pediatric Readiness Project

    We are happy that eBroselow has been recognized as a recommended product by the National Pediatric Readiness Project...

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  • June 12, 2015

    eBroselow releases SafeDose version 4.3 for iPhone, iPad and Android

    eBroselow released version 4.3 of its SafeDose medication reference app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. For Android, this was the first release since version 4.0 in December 2014. For iOS it builds on version 4.2 published in March...

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  • October 21, 2014

    Recent research has demonstrated that medication errors pose the greatest risks

    Recent research has demonstrated that medication errors pose the greatest risks and consequences in critical care settings, where patients are sicker and lack the resilience to respond adequately to adverse events, and clinicians are under stress. What’s more, critical care patients typically receive twice as many medications as patients on general floors...

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  • September 17, 2014

    eBroselow eliminates clinically significant medication dosing errors, study shows

    A research study conducted by the University of Kentucky and released this week by the Journal of Pediatric Pharmacology and Therapeutics has found that the use of eBroselow’s online system increased the accuracy of medication doses prepared during simulated pediatric emergencies by nearly 25 percent, and completely eliminated clinically significant errors.

    The research also showed that use of the system, as compared to traditional processes, reduced the time required to prepare medication during an emergency...

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Designing the Worst Possible Dosing System
Robert Luten, MD, presents a tongue-in-cheek description of the problems with pediatric medication dosing as it exists today and presents eBroselow's eBroselow as a solution to these problems. Luten is a leader on childhood emergency initiatives, was co-author and co-founder of PALS and an author and editor of the APLS...


Taking the Math out of Medicine
Jim Broselow, MD, describes the problem of medical dosing errors and how we should take the math out of medicine to prevent them.


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