With this application, you have an easy-to-use tool to help you understand depression better and to assist you throughout your progress to recovery.
Emotion is not intended as a substitute for your doctor, who alone is qualified to diagnose and treat depression, but only to help you keep track of your progress and, if you wish, to share your results with your doctor.
Emotion has the following features:
To help you better understand the disease through two sub-sections:
- What is Depression?
- Steps to take
To monitor and track your progress until recovery:
- “Track my progress”, a selection of questions to be answered simply by using a drag-and-drop cursor to indicate your current state.
- “My results”, keep track of your improvement day after day. If you wish, you can then show your results to your doctor and therefore facilitate the development of a fruitful exchange.
To find information and advice:
- “Sharing experience”: Get testimonies from former depressed patients or their families.
- “Lifestyle advice”: Suggestions of things to do that might help you to recover.
- “Relaxation techniques”: Videos that may help to manage the effects of stress and anxiety, and relieve body tension, during or even after the disease.
To customize your Emotion app:
- “My checklist”: Addresses, questions to ask, treatments and appointments you want to note.
- “My Alerts”: To remind you to fill in your questionnaire
Emotion was supported by a grant from Servier.
Diabetic foot ulcers have an enormous human cost when more than 250 million people are diagnosed with diabetes
worldwide. In the etiology of foot ulcers in diabetic patients, it is generally agreed that non-mechanical factors such as
peripheral neuropathy, dry skin, and/or vascular problems are often major contributing causes for skin ulceration. That,
combined with the absence of “early warning” pain with neuropathy, gradual deformity or loss of foot flexibility, and
changes to the skin (dryness, thickness, and stiffness) can have serious consequences. Therefore monitoring the cutaneous tissue of foot for callus formation in a low-resource setting, and early prevention by identifying and relieving the "hot spot" pressure points in shoe insole is a necessity. Fortunately India has a good penetration of mobile phones which can be an effective monitoring device and therefore we present a mobile phone based application for monitoring sole of the foot for calluses and detecting pressure “hot spots” in the shoe insole so that they can be relieved in a timely manner.
Note: The information provided in this app is for general information purposes only.
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