I’ve written about several sites that let users track parameters related to their health management.
Here’s another example, SeizureTracker.com, that tracks seizure activity, appointments, and medication schedules through a simple calendar interface. You can download printable seizure logs or receive customized reports which include graphs comparing seizure activity and medication dosages. Read more »
*This blog post was originally published at ScienceRoll*
Jon D. Duke, M.D., a medical informatics fellow at the Regenstrief Institute at the Indiana University School of Medicine, has created an easy-to-use graphical online tool called RXplore that allows physicians and other healthcare providers to retrieve adverse reaction data for multiple medications simultaneously, and with an intuitive visual representation.
With RXplore, a physician can easily call up a visualization of the top 10 side effects of a specific drug or ask only for side effects relating to a particular specialty, such as gastroenterology. Alternatively, the doctor may request a snapshot of those drugs that cause a particular symptom, such as liver problems. Read more »
*This blog post was originally published at Medgadget*