The owners and creators of Block Buddy, Scott Urigel and Jeff Molter, are elated to announce the launch of the new version of their regional anesthesia education mobile app – Block Buddy Pro.
Block Buddy Pro is an interactive anesthesia app focused on providing ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve block and Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) education to medical providers. The app offers detailed lessons, educational videos, intricate illustrations, a non-opioid Rx guide, and additional resources to help medical providers keep their anesthesia skills sharp and provide the best care possible to their patients. New app features include:
Download lessons to access information anytime, anywhere on mobile, desktop, or tablet.
Read detailed descriptions for ultrasound-guided peripheral nerve blocks and Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) with custom illustrations for visual learners.
Watch or listen to step-by-step demonstrations with exclusive footage from the operating room.
Easily search and compare non-opioid analgesics to find the most effective medication for your patient.
Block Buddy Pro can be used on all devices (mobile, tablet and desktop) and can now be purchased in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. A 1-year subscription is $99, or a monthly subscription can be purchased for $9.99 per month. To learn more about the ultimate anesthesia app, click here.
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About the Owners
Scott Urigel and Jeff Molter are highly skilled and respected anesthesia providers. Together they are co-owners of Western Reserve Anesthesia Education/Block Buddy, which provide both the Block Buddy Pro app and educational conferences for anesthesia providers and students. Both Scott and Jeff have received numerous awards and accolades for their service over the years. Most recently, Jeff received the 2019 Ohio CRNA of the Year Award in April. Scott was recently notified that he will be honored with the Alice Magaw Outstanding Clinician Award at the national meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) in August 2019. To read full bios for Scott and Jeff, click here.