iPhone 4 Screenshots
iPad 2 Screenshots
Medical Diagnotics App
Undergoing extensive update.
Creating Website and Android Version
This application lists over 400 laboratory tests, physical exam findings, history findings, and radiological studies for the most frequent diseases encountered in the primary care setting. For each entry, measures of the test’s efficacy found in the medical literature are reported. These metrics include: Sensitivity, Specificity, Positive Predictive Value, Negative Predictive Value, Positive Likelihood Ratio, and Negative Likelihood Ratio. It also includes a calculator that will translate the Pre-test Probability into a Post-test Probability in the event of either a positive or negative test result.
This iPhone application was the product of an Independent Study Project at Georgetown University School of Medicine under the supervision of Steven Schwartz MD. Programming was performed by Randy Hunt. Front end design was performed by Brett Lohr. Data was gathered by Will Dixon.