VisualDx App is the single source for diagnostic clinical decision support. Searchable by symptoms, signs, and patient factors, VisualDx is a valuable resource for healthcare professionals. Tens of thousands of images and graphics speed comparison, recognition, and diagnosis. VisualDx is as a powerful reference tool to aid the physician in diagnosis, access the next steps for management and care, and for patient education. The VisualDx decision support and reference tool for physicians includes more than 3000 diagnoses and over 41 000 medical images. REQUIRES a VisualDx subscription; see below for details.
VisualDx App combines expert medical knowledge, standardized terminology, intelligent search, and the best medical images to deliver concise and accurate support for healthcare professionals. Search by diagnosis, build a patient-specific differential or look up drug-induced adverse reactions by medication – all at the point of care. VisualDx Mobile is the ONLY professional medical app to show disease variation with images.
With VisualDx you can:
Quickly search by diagnosis for next steps on management and patient care.
Visually confirm a diagnosis by comparing medical images to your patient’s presentation.
Review diagnostic pearls and best tests at the point of care to aid with diagnosis.
Build a custom differential based on your patient’s signs, symptoms, and other key findings such as travel history.
View over 43,000 drug reactions
Provide on-the-spot patient education with real medical images.
Access ICD-10 and SNOMED CT codes.
Perform VisualDx Quiz to test your knowledge of visual presentations of disease, and compete against colleagues via leaderboards.
Over 1700 hospitals, clinics, and medical schools use VisualDx App to aid diagnostic accuracy, enhance medical education, and improve patient outcomes.
Launch VisualDx on a computer AT YOUR INSTITUTION and click the “VisualDx Mobile” link to register for a personal VisualDx user name and password to use on your mobile device.
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