The application

  • EZDrips is an application that helps with the preparation and administration of medications in adult and pediatric resuscitation and critical care.
  • Over 80 medications with pediatric (3kg to 60kg) and adult (over 40kg) options and automatic weight-based adjustments for specific medications.
  • Precise instructions for preparation, mixing and administration.
  • A rate of administration calculator for easier and safer administration (converts units/weight/time in ml/hr).
  • A tool that helps with patient care in critical situations, so you can stop remembering doses and preparations and start taking care of what really matters: the patient.

The humanitarian component

  • EZDrips is a non profit application. Its main goal is to improve patient care, no matter where you work. For this reason, we have decided to give free access to the application to those who cannot afford to pay the monthly fee. Professionals working in resource-limited settings will therefore be able to provide better care for their patients without having to pay for other more expensive resources.
    If you are in such a situation, please contact us to obtain your free access.

The EZDrips Team


FREDERIC LEMAIREmore_vert

MD, CCFP (EM)

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Frederic Lemaire, MD, CCFP (EM) is the principal author of EZDrips.

He is an attending physician in the emergency department of Charles-LeMoyne Hospital in Greenfield Park, Canada. He completed an online fellowship in critical care with the Resuscitation Leadership Academy. He is currently the chairman of his hospital’s emergency resuscitation committee. His interests include airway management,
resuscitation, and mobile application development.

JEAN-FRANCOIS COUTUREmore_vert

MD, CCFP (EM)

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Jean-François Couture, MD, CCFP (EM) practices emergency and intensive care medicine at the Haut-Richelieu Hospital in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada.

He completed a critical care fellowship through the Resuscitation Leadership Academy. He is currently co-head of his hospital’s resuscitation committee and co-responsible for critical care, resuscitation and simulation for the emergency department. His main interests include critical care, ultrasound, and simulation.

DELPHINE REMILLARD LABROSSEmore_vert

MD, CCFP (EM)

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Delphine Rémillard Labrosse, MD, CCFP (EM) practices emergency medicine at the Cité de la Santé Hospital in Laval, Quebec, Canada. Her main interests include the quality and safety of patient care, end-of-life care in the emergency department, teaching emergency medicine and resuscitation.

CHRISTOPHER MARQUISmore_vert

BPHARM, MSC

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Christopher Marquis B.Pharm, MSc, is a clinical pharmacist in pediatric intensive care. He has 11 years of experience in promulgating state-of-the-art, personalized pharmaceutical care for the sickest children in Montreal. He has significant work experience in pediatric congenital heart disease and resuscitative pharmacotherapy. He maintains positive relationships with patients and their parents, as well as nurses and physicians in intensive care, cardiology, and emergency departments. He is an active member of the Ordre des pharmaciens du Québec and the Association des Pharmaciens en Établissements de Santé.

MATTHIEU VINCENTmore_vert

MD, FRCPC (EM, PEM)

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Matthieu Vincent, MD, FRCPC (EM, PEM) is an emergency specialist in adult and pediatric medicine. He is currently working in Charles LeMoyne hospital and at CHU Sainte-Justine in Montreal. He is an assistant professor at Université Sherbrooke and Université McGill.

ANNE LETOURNEAUmore_vert

BPHARM, MSC

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Anne Létourneau, B.Pharm, M.Sc, is a pharmacist at the Hôpital du Haut-Richelieu in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada. She holds a Master’s degree in Advanced Pharmacotherapy from the Université de Montréal. Ms. Létourneau works primarily in the intensive care unit.

MIREILLE BRISSONmore_vert

BPHARM, MSC

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Mireille Brisson, BPharm MSc. is a clinical pharmacist. She is a member of the “Group of emergency pharmacists of Quebec”. She has worked primarily in the emergency department at Charles Lemoyne Hospital in Greenfield Park for 15 years, where she is involved at all levels (patient care, pharmacy student and resident management, protocol writing, inventory management, and various projects).

SOPHIE GOSSELINmore_vert

MD, FRCPC, CSPQ, FAACT, FACMT

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Sophie Gosselin MD, FRCPC, CSPQ, FAACT, FACMT is an emergency specialist working at Hôpital Charles-Lemoyne and medical toxicologist working for the Centre Antipoison du Québec. Dr Gosselin trained and worked at McGill University  & Health Centre (1997-2017). Dr. Gosselin chairs and co-chairs several international evidence and consensus-based committees to help bring the science of toxicology into clinical practice. From 2010-2015, she was the director of the MUHC bedside Clinical Toxicology service and, combined with her regular consulting activities for poison control, observed first hand the need for various medical specialties to have access to rapid and accurate drug and antidote dosing in critical care settings. She is regularly invited to give keynote lectures at major international clinical toxicology conferences in North America, Europe, and Asia.

BRANDON SHANKmore_vert

PHARMD, BCOP

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Brandon Shank, PharmD, BCOP, is a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Shank received his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. He had several abstracts and peer-reviewed publications in the area of oncology and presented nationally. He is a co-editor and author for Demystifying Drug Dosing in Obese Patients.

DAVID E ZIMMERMANmore_vert

PHARMD, BCPS, BCCCP

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David E. Zimmerman, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP is an assistant professor of pharmacy at Duquesne University School of Pharmacy and emergency medicine clinical pharmacist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center-Mercy Hospital. He joined the faculty at Duquesne University following his residency and has been active in the ASHP New Practitioners Forum and is a current member of the Advisory Group on Emergency Care for the Section of Clinical Specialists and Scientists. He is also co-editor and author of the ASHP Publication, Demystifying Drug Dosing in Obese Patients. His research focus is drug dosing in obese patients with a focus on management in the emergency department and pain management in the emergency department.

FELIX THOMPSON-DESORMEAUXmore_vert

PHARMD, MSC

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Felix Thompson-Desormeaux, Pharm.D.  M.Sc., is a pediatric critical care pharmacist at Sainte-Justine Hospital since 2018. His main areas of interest are trauma, toxicology and analgo-sedation in a critical care setting. Felix has also worked as a clinician in the neonatal intensive care unit in his first two years of practice.

MATHIEU DESGROSEILLIERSmore_vert

PHARMD, MSC, BCCCP

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Mathieu Desgroseilliers, Pharm.D., M.Sc, BCCCP is a board certified critical care pharmacist at Honore-Mercier Hospital in Saint-Hyacinthe, Canada where he developed pharmaceutical care in intensive care, emergency departement and resuscitation. He is a member of the ‘’Group of emergency pharmacists of Quebec’’. He is also co-founder of the FrancoFOAM podcast.

ERIC VILLENEUVEmore_vert

BPHARM, MSC, PHARMD, BCPS

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Pharmacist working in the adult emergency department at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) since 2006. Worked in Edmonton and Vancouver before completing a post-graduate PharmD program at University of British Columbia (2003-2005). Went to Rochester, NY to do a specialty residency in Critical Care/Emergency Medicine (2005-2006). Since he arrived at the MUHC, in addition to his clinical implication in the emergency department, he has been participating in many protocols, teaching sessions, and weekly toxicology journal club. He also has been involved with international toxicology research opportunities and has presented posters in several conferences.