AF Detect transforms your mobile device into a personal heart-rate monitor and Atrial Fibrillation detector. Using the inbuilt camera on your mobile phone, AF Detect provides a simple way to monitor your heart condition by reporting instances of Atrial Fibrillation. AF Detect comes with data visualization, result-based recommendations, email export and much more.
*Note: AF Detect works best with a back camera with a built-in flash, if your device doesn’t have a built-in flash, you are advised to take your measurements in a well lit environment.
**This App is not to be used for any form of medical diagnosis. Please always consult your physician if in doubt.
Platform: Android 2.3 & above, best on Samsung Galaxy S4
All reasonable precautions have been taken by the World Medical Association and the New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) Global Tuberculosis Institute to ensure that the contents are accurate and reflect recommended practices. However this course and Applications based on this course are being distributed without warranty of any kind, either express or implied. The views expressed in this course and Applications are those of the World Medical Association (WMA) and the NJMS Global Tuberculosis Institute and do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the World Health Organization (WHO). The designations employed and the presentation of the material in this course and Applications do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of WHO concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, nor concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. The responsibility for the interpretation and use of the material lies with the reader. In no event shall the World Medical Association, the NJMS Global Tuberculosis Institute or the World Health Organization be liable for any damages arising from its use.
As research and experience with MDR-TB progress we do expect that WHO will update its guidelines. We will do our best to incorporate changes into the course, however please visit the WHO web page (http://www.who.int/tb/) to check for the latest versions of the guidelines.
- List Apps located in phone or external memory
- Installed application sort in label
- Application Management
- If you touch the item, manage menu will appear. (On the preferences page, you can specify the click action)
-Run, uninstall, category or check details of apps
- Backup your apps to external storage.
- Uninstall unwanted apps.
- More features to come
1. The App Manager Detect Cloud can list all the user applications and system applications on your phone and it can get us access to app detect and app cloud.
2. In app detect, we can get a list of apps and a list of labels for us to manage applications easily.
-we can add new label and add applications into different labels.
-if we want, we can mark applications as favorite ones by only one click.
-long press one application and we can launch, uninstall and choose label.
-long press one label and we can rename, delete and change icon, select apps and add to home.
-press menu key and we can get preferences to set single click action from choose labels, launch and uninstall, set shortcut folder by showing close button, close after launch and starred first or not.
3. In app cloud, we can get all applications and category them. Such operations as export, import and category filter could be easily access for free.
Long press one app in this part and we can see details and uninstall here.
4. Use shortcuts on the main screen, you can easily access App Manager Detect Cloud program.
5. If you use widgets feature state of App Manager Detect Cloud you can easily access the program.
This app can help you manage any of your users applications or Android system applications (if you get root permission) easily and quickly. You can thoroughly manage applications in the following steps:
1) long press the application that you want to manage
2) chose the option from launch, uninstall and so on.
App Manager Detect Cloud is designed to help you better monitor and manage your apps on Android devices. Bugs, issues or ideas, please let us know. I will review the application as soon as possible.
‘The earlier, the better.’ Recognising and treating medical conditions early makes sense. This is as true for mental health conditions as it is for psychical illness. Many intervention services for psychosis have been developed internationally. The World Health Organisation suggests that in mental health ’Early intervention is fundamental in preventing progress towards a full-blown disease, in controlling symptoms and improving outcomes’.
The Detect App is divided into three user friendly sections (1) someone concerned about themselves; (2) someone concerned about someone they know; (3) health professionals. Each section provides information in accessible language to give a clear understanding about psychosis, the importance of getting help early and the treatment available. In addition to written descriptions there is also audio interviews with someone with experience of psychosis and a DETECT clinician. Within the section for health professionals are two questionnaires to assist clinicians when they are undertaking an assessment with a person they suspect might be experiencing psychosis.
The DETECT App is part of a multi media education campaign to increase public and professional knowledge about psychosis. The major activities undertaken over the last five years are described within a dedicated section of the App.
Other information in the App includes contact details for the DETECT service and a map to the DETECT offices.