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Current formulas include:
A-a O2 Gradient
Have Want Formula (FiO2)
Have Want Forumla (Min VE)
Have Want Formula (RR)
Have Want Formula (VT)
Henderson Hasselbach Equation
Ideal Body Weight
Ideal Tidal Volume
Point Seven Plus 20 Rule
Pulmonary Vascular Resistance (PVR)
Systemic Vascular Resistance (SVR)
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We have included herewith around 150 terms of oncology, which will make you better understand the terminology used in cures of cancer (oncology), you also can make your own history notes by adding photo and text notes to any/all terms.
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- Add/Edit Text & Image notes for selected term.
- Add term to your favorite list
- Email term to your friends and family
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By Prof. Abdelkarim S. ALLAL, Head of Radiation Oncology Department, HFR-Fribourg, Switzerland. I've designed it for the radiation oncology community and the professionals linked to this speciality.
Your comments and rating will be appreciated, suggestions or errors reporting are also welcome via e-mail.
This is Beta8 version series with the following features:
1) Radiobiology section:
- The LQ Mod to calculate the equivalent dose for different external beam radiotherapy schedules using the linear quadratic model.
- The BED (Biologically Effective Dose) calculation for 1 or 2 RT schedules simultaneously.
- The OTT to calculate the additional dose to be considered in case of RT interruption (OTT extension).
- The Normal Tissue Complication Probability (NTCP) models estimated by the QUANTEC
2) Prostate section:
- Partin tables for pathologic stage prediction according to cT stage, Gleason score and iPSA
- Roach's indexes for risk class of lymph node, vesicle involvement and extracapsular invasion for prostate cancer according to the Gleason and iPSA values
- Life expectancy for men at selected age according to USA life tables 2008 (all races and origins)
3) Breast section:
- Intra-Breast Recurrence IBR-nomogram to calculate the 10-y probabilty of freedom from recurrence with or without boost RT based on the EORTC 22881-10882 trials.
4) Brain section:
- RPA / DS-GPA class and score calculation as well as median OS for brain metatstases patients. DS- seems to be the more reliable.
5) Varia section:
- It displays the references used in the present app and different professional links. Internet connexion is only required for this section.
The content of this app is for educational purpuses only. Any other use of the results obtained in this application is under the responsability of the user.
Except the public content of the app, the Copy even partial of the app is not permitted. All rights reserved
- Commonly prescribed medications
- Oncology ICD9 codes
- Cancer Staging
- DVH normal tissue contraints
- Pertinent clinical calculators (eg. GBM RPA)
This project is intended to be a collaborative effort. Feedback and suggestions from the RadOnc community will directly inform new development efforts.
This version contains six features:
-Tissue Tolerance: Gives estimates of normal tissue tolerance for conventional and hypofractionated radiotherapy
-B.E.D. Calculator: Calculates biologic equivalence of different dose/fractionation schemes using the linear quadratic model
-Breast Cancer Recurrence Risk Estimator: Estimates risk of any recurrence after BCT for pN0 patients based on the EBCTCG data
-Rad Onc Wiki: Link to a very useful online evidence-based resource for radiation oncology.
-Prostate Cancer: Risk of pathologic stage based on Gleason, PSA, and Clinical Stage, as well as NCCN recommended workup
-Schonberg Index: A scientifically validated estimate of 5 year and 9 year mortality based on an 11 question survey for elderly patients.
Future versions of this application will include additional features, based on user feedback.
RBApp stands for RadioBiology Application. RBApp may be useful for learners in radiation oncology, including medical students, residents, physicists, therapists, and oncologists.
RBApp does not require network access for regular use. However, the program may request network permissions because there are web links in the program.
If you find a bug, please don't leave negative comments, but e-mail us instead. We will try our best to fix it! Thanks.
iRife Radiation Detox uses Rife Frequencies and TBSW waves to help those
that have been exposed to radiation, such as those in Japan (Fukushima) and
people in California and the west coast of the USA.
The way things are going, we may all need this app fairly soon - no matter what
the location. Las Vegas, Salt Lake and a few places in Arizona were at RADCON 5
in early March 2014! Why? Who knows, but the data was straight from the source.
All you need is headphones and speakers to run the frequencies. It's easy for
anyone to use at home, in the hospital or on the go. You can even use it in your
Presets Include the Main Radiation Settings and Things Associated with Exposure...
- Pain Relief (preset from the 5 STAR Pain Relief 2.0 App on Android)
- Radiation Sickness
- Regeneration (healing)
App has a built-in timer and level setting for convenience. Rife frequencies
and TBSW are known to be the most powerful alternative health options
available and this app has everything you need. May also be useful to those recieving
radiation for cancer.
Are You ready? Get the App now, before it's too late!
The ESMO Guides for Patients are designed to assist patients, their relatives and caregivers to better understand the nature of different types of cancer and evaluate the best available treatment choices. The medical information described in the Guides for Patients is based on the ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines.
The ESMO Clinical Practice Guidelines and Guides for Patients Library mobile application will allow you to download the latest recommendations to your mobile device, bookmark important sections and share these with others. You will receive notifications when new or updated CPG and Guides for Patients are published.
• Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation (BEIR VII Phase 2)
• Linear-Quadratic-Linear (LQL) Cell Survival Model with Corrections for Damage Repair and Repopulation Effects
• Normal Tissue Complication Probability (Lyman-Kutcher-Burman)
Supported operating systems:
Windows XP/Vista/7/8 32-bit and 64-bit
Android 2.3 (API 9) or higher
Builds for Windows and Linux are available at www.radiotherapy.ml
Important Consumer Information: The Software has been designed for research purposes only and has not been reviewed or approved by the Food and Drug Administration or by any other agency. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT CLINICAL APPLICATIONS ARE NEITHER RECOMMENDED NOR ADVISED. All calculations, measurements and graphs provided by this software are intended only for scientific research. Any other use is entirely at the discretion and risk of the user.
Copyright © 2014-2015 Javier Villafruela, MD. All rights reserved.
The materials presented in this app illustrate the consensus reached among cooperative groups and disease site committees. RTOG and authors are not responsible for any use of these guidances by third parties.
L'application a reçu le soutien du Syndicat National des Radiothérapeutes Oncologues (SNRO).
Ces documents ont été conçus par des Internes en Oncologie-Radiothérapie en collaboration avec des experts de la SFRO (Société Française de Radiothérapie Oncologie).
Les contourages présentés ne sont que des propositions de traitement pour un cas clinique précis et ne constituent pas une référence de traitement.
Le Technicien en Radiologie Médicale réalise régulièrement des traitements de radiooncologie pour des patients ne parlant pas la même langue que lui. Cette application vise à favoriser la compréhension des personnes impliquées dans ces situations problématiques en proposant la traduction de phrases usuelles sous forme écrite, parlée et graphique.
Elles sont ordrées dans des rubriques respectant le déroulement chronologique des examens mais sont également accessibles par l’intermédiaire de mots clés.
Avertissement : cet outil se veut être une aide à la réalisation d’examens radiologiques et ne saurait en aucun cas se substituer à l’expertise des TRM auxquels il s’adresse. Par conséquent, les concepteurs ne sont pas responsables des dommages qui pourraient survenir suite à l’utilisation de cette application.
L’application Muchacha qui intègre cet add-on est une plateforme de développement d’applications mobiles née de la collaboration entre la HEIG-VD et HESAV. Elle regroupe d’autres applications utiles pour la domaine de la santé. L’acronyme Muchacha signfie «Medical Utility Calculation for Health Applications ».
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International Prostate Symptom Score calculator.
PSA Density, Velocity and Doubling time calculators.
Risk of Biopsy Detectable prostate cancer calculator.
Optimum number of prostate biopsy cores calculator.
Keeps record of PSA test results.
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This app can be used by physicians to assess nutritional state of a patient and by athlets who want to keep track of the achievements of their training.
This app calculates MELD score and provides the survival rate after 1 day, 7 days, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 1 year and 2 years.
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Kamath PS, Wiesner RH, et al. A model to predict survival in patients with end-stage liver disease. Hepatology. 2001; 33: 464-470.
Swensen SJ, Silverstein MD, et al. The probability of malignancy in solitary pulmonary nodules. Application to small radiologically indeterminate nodules. Arch Intern Med. 1997; 157: 849-855.
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Girth of abdomen has to be taken at the level of the iliac crests and umbilicus.
Girth of thigh is the maximal girth.
Skinfold thickness of thigh is the vertical fold on the anterior aspect of the thigh midway between the hip and knee joints.
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Lou ZC, Albertsson-Wikland K, Karlberg J. Target height as predicted by parental heights in a population-based study. Pediatric Research. 1998; 44: 563-571.
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