DexEnceph Case Reporter

DexEnceph Encephalitis Case Reporter is a new tool to help clinicians and laboratory staff quickly and easily report cases of suspected or confirmed HSV encephalitis to researchers at the University of Liverpool’s Brain Infections Group.

DexEnceph Case Reporter - It couldn't be simpler…

If you know of a case of suspected HSV encephalitis just launch the app and hit “report suspected case”, then we'll take care of the rest.

Clinicians, please use it for:

Any patient with suspected encephalitis
A confirmed diagnosis of HSV encephalitis
Any patient receiving intravenous acyclovir
All CSF requests for HSV PCRs

Lab staff, please use it for:

All CSF that needs testing for HSV PCR
An HSV PCR that is positive in CSF

Suspected encephalitis is defined as: new onset seizure, or, new focal neurology, or, alteration in consciousness, cognition, personality or behaviour

How does it work?

The app sends an alert to our research team, who will make contact with on-site research staff at the patient's location. All you have to do is tell us the hospital and ward where the patient is. No need to share confidential patient details, and no hassle for you.
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Additional Information

November 4, 2015
Current Version
Requires Android
2.3.3 and up
Content Rating
Offered By
The University of Liverpool
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