EchoTools on iOS
ultrasonography reference app
I’m a Harvard-trained academic cardiothoracic anesthesiologist and cardiovascular ICU critical care physician. I divide my clinical time between the OR and ICU caring for critically ill patients, training residents and fellows, and fostering multidisciplinary collaboration. I also enjoy creating and curating free, open-access medical education (“FOAMed”) to distribute through social media, investing, studying, teaching, and all things tech!
My clinical interests include ultrasonography, mechanical circulatory support, RV dysfunction, ICU pharmacology, and advanced monitors.
EchoTools is a product of trial-and-error that I've been piecing together since my fellowship training. It unifies my interests in medical education, ultrasonography, and programming in a way that can hopefully be helpful to many! I write 100% of the code, so if you have any feedback, let me know.
To learn more about me, check out my main website.
Rishi Kumar, MD, FACC, CMQAdult Cardiac Anesthesiologist & Cardiovascular Intensive Care Physician
From The Blog
2023 – Starting With Organizing The Backend
Version 4.7 – New Calculators
EchoTools’ 4th Birthday!
App Store Reviews
CA2 on my echo rotation! Thank you for creating and offering this app for as a free resource! I am very excited to show my attending tomorrow in the OR.
ska020Anesthesiology Resident (CA-2)
CA-1 on cardiac rotation. This app is great as a reference while in the OR! I like how there are labels on the TEE images to help orient me.
The EyaoAnesthesiology Resident (CA-1)
Great app for those starting on echo like myself and want a quick and simple guide at hand
Adnane LahlouAnesthesiology Resident
I use this app every time I need to double check normal values while reporting. Saves me so much time trying to scour ASE and Google for accurate up to date information.
Zach VNOCardiac Sonographer
Thanks Rishi, I'm finding your app very handy to reference normal values whilst doing TOE in OT
This is a work of art and, as a senior Anesthesiology/Critical Care Resident-Cardiac Anesthesiologist to be, I've used it since the first version both in the OR and CVICU.