Gideon Software Pgm and Parasitology
Gerald L. McLaughlin, Ph.D
gmclaugh at iupui.edu
Thu Apr 16 11:12:21 EST 1998
How would you feel about working together on a Parasitology software
project, a CD that teaches Clinical Parasitology and perhaps other disease
diagnosis? A friend of mine named Drake Zimmerman from Normal, IL has an
organization called RAM (Rotarians agaisnt malaria) and he wants to have a
CD with an emphasis on malaria, but including other diseases, made, both
with Dx, Tx, and prevention features. Let me know. Phuc says we can use
CDC images. Ron Smith, a computer education specialist from IL, and others,
may also work with us.
At 08:01 PM 4/15/98 -0500, Brent Barrett wrote:
>Has any subscriber used the Gideon software program? I interested in any
>comments on the accuracy of the parasitology section. Does it include rare
>or exotic parasitic infections along treatment guidelines. The pgm is a bit
>pricey at $595 US bucks so it is hard sell for a routine justification.
>by C. Y. Informatics
>A comprehensive, time saving, diagnostic tool for infectious disease.
>Contains 4 modules; Diagnosis, Epidemiology, Therapy, Microbiology. Data
>from hundreds of journals and texts are maintained and updated in GIDEON.
>Diagnostic information on over 300 common and exotic diseases occurring in
>over 200 countries. Provides recommended antimicrobials against a specified
>pathogen and includes toxic side effects and drug interactions. The
>Microbiology module provides identification criteria for over 790 human
>pathogens. Two or more organisms can be compared with suggested
>differentiation tests given.
>Indiana State Dept of Health
>salbrent at iquest.net
Gerald McLaughlin, Ph.D.
Dept Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine
635 Barnhill Drive, MS A128
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5120
E-mail: gmclaugh at iupui.edu
Ph 317-274-2651; pager 275-5000, I.D. #2916
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