Your assistant in dermatology practice
Your Assistant In Dermatology Practice
The practice of dermatology is exciting and multifaceted but also very intense. Whether you are a young dermatologist or a seasoned expert, none of us knows everything by heart. Our task is so complex that everyone tends to forget something from time to time. In particular, when confronted with less common skin diseases, we need tailored tools to help us with difficult clinical work.
For this reason, we started developing DermaCompass in 2014. It is an assistance system and textbook with a supporting role in daily clinical activity. It helps not to forget anything about differential diagnosis, clarifications and therapy.
Complex search queries
The database system in DermaCompass intelligently processes each search, leading to the clinically most relevant result.
All drugs used in dermatology are explained in DermaCompass with instructions for use, dosages, controls and links to the drug compendium.
The application's content is organized in a thorough index of dermatological conditions. Browse categories and thematic units in a nesting system.
The European Foundation for Dermatology and national societies have already developed multiple guidelines for everyday clinical practice. These are integrated into DermaCompass.
DermaCompass contains high-resolution, validated images for all diagnoses. After making a differential diagnosis, the images of the diseases can be compared to facilitate decision-making.
Underline and take notes
Mark the interesting parts with bright colors and add your personal notes to the learning objects.
Save your frequent references as bookmark shortcuts and come back with a few clicks.
Share your selection
Keep the conversation alive by sharing the interesting points of the sessions and even your notes!
Help us grow
DermaCompass is an academic project designed to facilitate a major breakthrough for practicing dermatologists. Only with the help of good clinicians like you we will be able to achieve this - join us and get involved
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