Now on Trial: DXplain (through 5/31/12)

DXplain is a computer-assisted decision support system. It can be used in two main modes. In the role of a medical textbook, DXplain can provide a comprehensive description for over 2,200 different diseases, emphasizing the signs and symptoms, etiology, pathology and prognosis. DXplain can also list a differential diagnosis for approximately 4,900 clinical findings.

In “case analysis mode” DXplain uses an interactive format to collect clinical information and produce a ranked list of diagnoses, each of which could explain the clinical manifestations entered.

Off-campus users click here to access the trial.

Enjoy this trial through May 31, 2012, but please let us know what you think of this product by leaving a comment or by sending an email
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