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INTRODUCING YOUR RAPID DIAGNOSIS –EXCITING NEW DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SOFTWARE AND DISEASE DATABASE

Aficionados and followers of science fiction, such as Red Dwarf will be well aware of Holly and Med Comp, computers that could diagnose medical problems. This futuristic view of medical diagnosis is a realistic assessment of probable future trends. Computers have many advantages of humans (yes doctors are human). Computers have a virtually unlimited and relatively infallible memory, can access information in milliseconds, can be programmed to think logically and are available for consultation 24 hours a day seven days a week. The performance of computers is not affected by fatigue or exhaustion, anxiety, jealousy, ego, self promotion, fear of failure, fear of litigation, addiction or any of a multitude of human frailties. Computers have the potential to outperform the most expert of human diagnosticians, as portrayed by Hugh Laurie in the TV series House.

The future of medical diagnostics will depend on harnessing the ever increasing power of computers.

Welcome to the future. Wellcome to Your Rapid  Diagnosis, the first rapid, fully functional medical diagnostic software available to medical practitioners, students, allied health workers and the general public.

If you want simple detailed illustrated explanations of your medical condition it is now available with the click of a button. You can also obtain information on the appropriate diagnostic tests and procedures which should be used to confirm your diagnosis and check your medication in the treatment section.

Patients who are newly diagnosed will be better able to understand their condition and will be well informed about upcoming diagnostic tests and procedures and the different forms of treatment currently available.

If you are not sure what is wrong with you, this software uses a simple question and answer system which will determine a possible diagnosis and provide alternative conditions with similar symptoms, all of which should be confirmed by your medical practitioner.

Medical practitioners can refresh their memory from the 400 diseases in the database or quickly obtain a list of recommended diagnostic tests or procedures. They may also print the disease description and other appropriate information for use as an instant patient handout.

Allied health professionals can use the software to quickly obtain simple accurate and detailed descriptions of medical conditions they may not be familiar with so that they can better contribute to patient care

Medical students can gain rapid access to a vast storehouse of readily available medical information at a fraction of the cost of medical text books. They will also appreciate the simple yet detailed disease descriptions, with coloured illustrations and the comprehensive list of diagnostic tests and treatments

Health professionals who have to operate in remote areas without ready access to medical practitioners, will appreciate assistance from the diagnostic facility and the detailed supporting medical information contained in the disease database

All of the information can accessed within minutes from the comfort of your own home. If you have an iPhone this diagnostic information and disease database is available on holiday, in the surgery, on the wards, in the laboratory or anywhere it may be needed.   No need to spend hours searching the internet for highly questionable misleading or inaccurate information. All of the medical data in Rapid Diagnosis has been sourced and cross referenced from highly reputable medical texts, including Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine, The Merck Manual, and the Oxford Handbook of Internal Medicine. The software has undergone extensive testing and evaluation to ensure a high degree of accuracy and reliability.

If you want to know what the future of medical diagnostics looks like


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