With this app we offer all health care professions (Nurses, Doctors…) homogeneous assessment tools as questionnaires, tests and validated indexes, in order to facilitate the assessment of health needs and problems of the people we attend and take care of in our daily clinical practice.
Nurse test determines the results of each questionnaire indicating what each figure is equivalent to, saves an individual record data for each patient, which can then be printed later for a Medical Report. You only have to pass the questionnaire; the App will automatically handle everything.
With the interpretation of the questionnaires the knowledge about those patients will be improved. Interpretations won’t be valid if the instructions for each questionnaire are not followed. And, of course, all results should be interpreted by qualified health professionals.
This application is meant to be useful. That is the reason why not all the possible questionnaires are present, but a selection has been made based on criteria of validity, reliability and awareness. These questionnaires are used by professionals in different levels of care (primary care, hospital care, geriatric care, mental health), facilitating continuity of care between levels.
Applying questionnaires, tests or validated, reliable and aware indexes, provides a greater scientific rigor in professional practice, improving care for people who entrust us their care.
- Newborn Health Test.APGAR
- Nicotine dependence. Fagerstrom Test
- Richmond’s Test. Motivation to quit smoking.
- Detecting alcoholism. Cage Camufaldo.
- Detecting alcoholism. Malt-0
- Risk scale of Pressure Sores. Norton
- Anorexia bulimia. Scoff
- Know your nutritional health
- Risk scale of Pressure Sores. Braden
- Risk scale of Pressure Sores. Emina
- Rating vascular ulcers. Wagner
- Nutritional status evaluation scales.MNA
- Questionnaire of fall risk in hospitals. Morse
- Dyspnoea scale. Modified MRC
- Functional classification of the New York Heart Association (NYHA) for congestive heart failure
- Multiple falls risk scale.
- Activity Scale. Karnofsky
- Screening for dementia. Informant Test
- Glasgow Coma Scale
- Post-anaesthesia recovery test. Aldrete
- Level of Sedation Scale. Ramsay
- Cognitive deterioration screening. Pfeiffer
- Post-anaesthetic recovery Test in ambulatory surgery. Revised Aldrete
- Neonatal Pain Scale
- Geriatric Depression Scale. Yesavage V15 Test
- Geriatric Depression Scale. Yesavage V5 Test
- Screening test for eating disorders. Scoff
- Rating Scale body dissatisfaction in adolescents. EEICA
- Plutchik suicide risk scale.
- Hamilton Anxiety Scale
- Perception of family function. Family Apgar questionnaire
- Duke-unc Questionnaire
- Social risk. Sociofamiliar rating scale
- Overload questionnaire for caregivers. Zarit
- Caregiver’s effort index
- International index of erectile function
- Beck Hopelessness Scale
- Young Mania Rating Scale
- Autonomy for Activities of Daily Living. Barthel amended by Granger et Alt
- Oviedo’s questionnaire about sleep
- Urinary incontinence questionnaire ICIQ-SF
- Health fragility test. Barber’s Test
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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