Winner of the Ohio Dermatological Association Meeting, October 1st, 2011. 1st Place
PUBLICATION: A novel and accurate computer model of melanoma prognosis for patients staged by sentinel lymph node biopsy: comparison with the American Joint Committee on Cancer model. Callender GG, Gershenwald JE, Egger ME, Scoggins CR, Martin RC 2nd, Schacherer CW, Edwards MJ, Urist MM, Ross MI, Stromberg AJ, McMasters KM.
J Am Coll Surg. 2012 Apr;214(4):608-17; discussion 617-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jamcollsurg.2011.12.027. Epub 2012 Feb 17. PMID: 22342785 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Melanoma Calculator should not be used by anyone who is not a medical professional for the purpose of diagnosing or treating melanoma. Only a medical professional can diagnose or treat melanoma.
Skin diseases you need to know. Let's learn their symptoms, treatments, prevention, skin care
Acne, ALOPECIA, Bullous pemphigoid, Congenital melanocytic naevus, DARIER'S DISEASE, Ectodermal Dysplasia, ECZEMA, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Epidermolysis bullosa, Facial disfigurement, Gorlin Syndrome, Herpes simplex, Hidradentis suppurativa, Hyperhidrosis, Hypopigmentation, Ichthyosis, Incontinentia Pigmenti, Leg ulceration,
Lichen sclerosus, lupus Lymphoedema, Neuro fibromatosis, Pemphigus Vulgaris, Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum, Psoriasis,
Psoriatic arthritis, Rosacea, SCLERODERMA, Shingles and chickenpox, Skin cancer, Tuberous sclerosis, Vitiligo, Xeroderma Pigmentosum
Learn more area - an option that allows you to get more information about which moles you need to observe and counseling for healthier skin
Scan your moles area - an option that allows you to monitor your moles. Here some of its features:
-This app can be used by multiple users;
-For management of the skin scanner you are asked to enter simple personal information;
-You can add your dermatologist details; that will permit you sending mole’s pictures for evaluation;
-Graphic interface for quick access to moles localization;
-Take pictures of your moles to monitor its characteristics;
-Be notified of best time schedule for re-evaluate your moles;
-Easy alarm interface for you not to forget to look into your moles;
-Add as many users and moles as you want on your monitoring system;
-Automatic camera enabling and images storing;
-Simple recommended way to take photos in order to guarantee comparability (just use a card with credit card standard dimensions;
-Easy and interactive images comparison of the moles;
-Easy image sending to your dermatologist;
Our signs and symptoms app is designed to highlight some of the possible symptoms of cancer. When cancer is found at an early stage, treatment is often easier and more likely to be successful. So finding cancer sooner rather than later can make a real difference.
Choose your cancer type and record all the information relative with your progress and the therapy like chemotherapy, radiation, drug receive dates, symptoms, surgery dates etc. This app can be used for any kind of cancer e.g.Bladder Cancer,Lung Cancer,Breast Cancer,Melanoma,Colon and Rectal Cancer,Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma,Endometrial Cancer,Pancreatic Cancer,Kidney (Renal Cell) Cancer,Prostate Cancer,Leukemia,Thyroid Cancer, testicular cancer etc.
Arrange your appointments and mark your next one so you dont forget. Then see all the past test results (.e.g cancer markers) and monitor your progress. The perfect app for your cancer surveillance or treatment program.
Includes a predefined wide list of cancer types, tests and events types (e.g. mri, cancer markers, ct scan etc) and markers (e.g. LDH, bHCG, CA etc) available for a faster and easier entry but of course you can add more. You can also monitor more than one patient's cancer progress.
Its like keeping a cancer related medical file on your device.Finally you can set a login security password for data privacy if someone else uses your device.
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1. Indicate where on the body your mole of concern is placed or select a mole to update that you have already been tracking.
2. Take a picture of the mole
3. The app analyzes your mole using the dermatologist ABCDE method and gives you a risk factor based on the symptoms your mole may or may not be showing
4. If you are updating a mole, you can see past pictures and how it has chanced by selecting the Evolution tab.
5. After you save the mole, set an alarm reminder to update your mole analysis and then find a dermatologist near you.
A sign of melanoma is change over time but who can remember what their mole looked like a month ago? This app allows you to first understand the top 5 symptoms of the skin cancer including tracking the change over time so you don’t need to rely on your own memory of what exactly that mole looked like 30 days ago.
Mole Detective was inspired by a stage four melanoma survivor. Our mission is to decrease the amount of people who are faced with fighting to be in the 15% survival rate of stage four by getting people to notice their moles are showing symptoms and going to the dermatologist.
It is important to see a dermatologist yearly and use Mole Detective™ monthly to help identify mole problems. If a mole is showing symptoms of melanoma or changes rapidly, please visit your local doctor for a professional visit. The only certain way to diagnosis a mole is through a biopsy.
and let SpotMole do the rest ! SpotMole may detect signs of melanoma using image processing and pattern recognition techniques. Spotmole does a scan of relevant dermatological features.
- This is the world's first smartphone app to perform an automatic mole analysis using the device's camera/gallery and embedded algorithms. Released on 17/02/2011 and available as a web application since 2009, SpotMole is the first mobile app ever to implement the concept of automatic analysis of moles to track signs of melanoma.
- Finalist app at the AppCircus - MEDICA, the world‘s largest medical instrumentation trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, 16.11.2012.
- Featured app on The One Show, from the BBC-1, UK, 05.09.2011
- Finalist app at the AppCircus - Mobile 2.0 Europe, event that took place on 16.06.2011, in Barcelona, Spain.
- One of the most popular dermatology apps according to Journal of the American Medical Association - Dermatology /Reuters Health
- "Ready to Try The Worlds First Mole Analysis App? Just A Snapshoot & Rest Is Automatic" -AppEggs.com
- "Spotmole – Aplicación para comprobar las manchas de la piel y los lunares" - cancerpiel.es
Using SpotMole you first have to take a close-up and well centered snapshot of a skin spot or mole and next run an analysis. SpotMole automatic assessment software uses standard visual analysis proceedures to check spots on the skin. The features extracted are common in dermatology and widely employed in visual inspection of the skin spots. These are Asymmetry, Border, Color, Diameter and Evolution of the mole (ABCDE).
Spotmole's output may be negatively influenced by images with poor contrast/brightness, color artifacts, nonuniform illumination, poor resolution, skin hairs covering the mole, etc.
PLEASE, MAKE SURE YOU READ THE USAGE INFORMATION BEFORE USING THE APP: ON THE MAIN APP'S SCREEN JUST PRESS THE 'USAGE' BUTTON
SPOTMOLE + ACHIEVEMINT:
AchieveMint is an innovative platform that rewards healthy decisions such as checking regularly your moles using SpotMole ! You may use the gift-like button on the main app's screen to sign up for AchieveMint (opt-in network). For Terms & Conditions regarding AchieveMint please refer to AchieveMint's website: www.achievemint.com.
Privacy issues regarding integration with AchieveMint: when choosing to use AchieveMint through SpotMole app, the sole information that is sent to AchieveMint's platform is the event that you have checked a mole using SpotMole each time you perform a mole analysis.
SpotMole is by no means a substitute for clinical
diagnostics performed by trained dermatologists. SpotMole is not a medical device and should not be considered as such. Regardless of the output of the program you are urged to seek medical advice if you have doubts with a particular skin spot - mole. SpotMole's assessment is for educational purpose only. Use SpotMole at your own risk.
IF YOU LIKE SPOTMOLE YOU MIGHT CONSIDER GETTING THE FULL VERSION SPOTMOLEPLUS WITH ADDITIONAL FEATURES SUCH AS:
* Ads-free app
* Translated to Spanish
* Offers an additional tool to check your skin cancer risk
* Offers more information on the mole's evolution
* May track several moles at the same time
* Schedule reminders to check the mole at a later time
Охвачены ситуации при обмороке и носовом кровотечении, лихорадке и пищевых отравлениях, при укусах насекомых и животных, термических и стрекательных ожогах, резком повышении АД, несчастных случаях, солнечном ударе.
Идея и содержание:
Чайцев Вячеслав Григорьевич - врач, ученый, преподаватель, специалист по неотложным состояниям и профилактической медицине с опытом работы на пяти континентах.
Компьютерное воплощение и дизайн:
Шапошников Евгений Анатольевич - инженер, программист.
По принципу светофора:
ЗЕЛЕНЫЙ свет говорит о том, что необходимо сделать в первую очередь.
ЖЕЛТЫЙ - что возможно в данной ситуации.
КРАСНЫЙ о том, что нельзя делать.
Для просмотра иллюстраций однократно нажмите на уменьшенной копии.
1. Повышение температуры тела
2. Головная боль
3. Резкое повышение артериального давления (АД)
4. Боль в спине
5. Носовое кровотечение
7. Электротравма и удар молнии
8. Пищевое отравление или случайный прием лекарств, тех. жидкости
11. Укус пчелы, осы, шмеля, шершня
12. Укус клеща
13. Укус мелких домашних животных (хомячка, мыши, крысы), кошек, собак, лис
14. Укус змеи
16. Стрекательные ожоги от медуз, кораллов, актиний, уколы об рыб.
17. Укол иглами морского ежа.
18. Ожоги от растений
19. Солнечный удар
20. Отморожение и переохлаждение
21. Поверхностные раны, ссадины
22. Сильное кровотечение из раны
23. Ушибы, растяжения связок
24. Переломы конечностей
25. Подавился пищей, инородным телом
26. Сотрясение головного мозга
27. Отравление бытовым, угарным, выхлопными автомобильными газами
29. Признаки клинической смерти
30. Приёмы реанимации
Федоровский Н. М. Сердечно-легочная реанимация. - МИА, М., 2008.
Чайцев В. Г. Формирование образа жизни и здоровья в семье и школе. - Пресса, Рязань, 2009.
David W. Where there is no doctor. 18th pr., U.S.A., 1998.
Ireland on the Sunday Home doctor. Dublin, 2008.
Junior citizen handbook. Metropolitan police. www.ncsb.co.uk
Get easy access to the screening guidelines, algorithms for follow-up of abnormal cytology, patient resources, and information on the Ontario Cervical Screening Program . Flag any document you like as a 'favourite' to refer to it often, and download, print or share documents via e-mail.
Featuring medical illustrations from a world-renowned publisher, this app discusses the most important topics in Prostate Cancer. The app is ideal for all medical professionals, medical residents and interns, nurses, and medical students.
With just a few taps, physicians can use the app to effectively communicate with their patients about the Prostate and Prostate Cancer. Detailed illustrations help explain anatomy and physiology and descriptive text aids physicians in their communication of a diagnosis or procedure.
- What is the Prostate?
- Prostate Facts
- Prostate Zones
- Hormonal Influence on the Prostate (Healthy)
- What are Androgens?
- Where does Testosterone come from?
- Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Early BPH, Prostatitis
- Glands of the Prostate
- What is Prostate Cancer?
- The Role of Androgens in Prostate Cancer
- Prostate Cancer: Signs & Symptoms
- Prostate Cancer: Screening Tests
- Prostate Cancer: Diagnostic Tests
- Bone Scan
- Prostate Cancer: Staging
- The TNM System
- Gleason Pathologic Scoring System
- Prostate Cancer: Stage I
- Prostate Cancer: Stage II
- Prostate Cancer: Stage III
- Prostate Cancer: Stage IV
- Pathways of Prostate Cancer Spread
- Prostate Cancer: Treatments
- Ability to pan/zoom colorful, detailed illustrations
- Draw feature enables physicians to highlight key anatomical areas of images
- Place a snapshot of an image in your device's photo gallery for easy sharing with patients
- Fully referenced text including disease signs and symptoms, screening tests, diagnostic tests, staging, and treatment options
- Three patient education handouts available to view and send to an email address. Handouts include "Prostate Cancer Overview," "Role of Androgens," and "Stages of Prostate Cancer"
DISCLAIMER: The information provided in this application is intended for healthcare professionals only and should not be construed as a substitute for medical advice.
Local symptoms: are restricted to the site of the primary cancer. They can include lumps or swelling (tumor), hemorrhage (bleeding from the skin, mouth or anus), ulceration and pain. Although local pain commonly occurs in advanced cancer, the initial swelling is often painless.
Metastatic symptoms: are due to the spread of cancer to other locations in the body. They can include enlarged lymph nodes (which can be felt or sometimes seen under the skin), hepatomegaly (enlarged liver) or splenomegaly (enlarged spleen) which can be felt in the abdomen, pain or fracture of affected bones, and neurological symptoms.
Systemic symptoms: occur due to distant effects of the cancer that are not related to direct or metastatic spread. Some of these effects can include weight loss (poor appetite and cachexia), fatigue, excessive sweating (especially night sweats), anemia (low blood count) and other specific conditions termed paraneoplastic phenomena. These may be mediated by immunological or hormonal signals from the cancer cells.
None of these are diagnostic, as many of these symptoms commonly occur in patients who do not have cancer.
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.
Get expert help now and get healthier skin!
The Skin MD Now app enables you to get your skin problems treated or get any skin-related questions answered by Dermatologists.
Dermatologists are Skin Doctors who are experts in treating conditions of the skin, hair and nails. They treat both medical and cosmetic (beauty/skin aging) issues. Dermatologists can diagnose skin conditions accurately and then treat them with prescription medications which work much faster than any over-the-counter meds.
The Skin MD Now app is very easy to use, safe and secure. Within a few hours, you will get an answer, and pick-up any prescriptions at your local pharmacy. If your problem warrants, you will be seen in person in the office, much sooner than calling and waiting for an appointment.
- Take one or more photos of your skin problem
- Provide basic info
- Select Skin Doctor (Dermatologist)
- Pay doctor's listed fee (usually cheaper than a co-pay, driving, taking time off work, etc.)
- Get diagnosed & treated
- Pick-up any prescription meds at your pharmacy
Dermatologists are experts in all skin, hair, nail conditions, both medical and cosmetic.
Some conditions that you should get treated by Dermatologists include - acne, moles, warts, eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer (melanoma, etc.), rash, itching, dry skin, hives (urticaria), fungal (tinea) and bacterial (impetigo, boils, staph, MRSA) skin infections, cold sores (herpes), Shingles, bug bites, poison ivy, skin allergy, scars and keloids, vitiligo, hair loss (alopecia), excess hair, dandruff, nail fungus, sarcoidosis and lupus, hemangiomas and skin conditions of newborns, infants and children, sun spots, sunburn and sun protection (sunscreen, dangers of tanning, sunless tanning), skin cancer surgery (Mohs) and skin rejuvenation (lines, wrinkles, dark spots, aging), Botox®, fillers (Juvederm®, Restylane®, Radiesse®), cosmetics, lasers, chemical peels, etc.
The Skin MD Now app is safe, secure and HIPAA-compliant.
For additional questions, please see FAQs at - https://www.skinmdnow.com/faqs.html
This app is also available on iTunes, or the website (www.SkinMDnow.com) can be used to get help from Dermatologists.
Skin MD Now uses Teledermatology (telederm) to connect Patients and Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) with Dermatologists (Derms). Skin MD Now helps patients wherever they may be located, and whenever a skin problem arises.
Dermatologists can also use the Skin MD Now app to consult with other Dermatologists, or send images to Mohs surgeons or Dermatopathologists securely.