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Internal Medicine Student Solves Challenging Case with Drug Interaction Information

I was seeing a cardiology patient with complaints of syncope, which has a fairly long differential. Our team couldn’t find a reason for the syncope and no medications jumped out at us as reasons for this syncope.

The patient was on an older antiarrhythmic medication, which we thought should decrease syncopal episodes if the patient was in normal sinus rhythm. However, when using VisualDx, we were made aware that this medication is known to interact with another of the patient’s medications and cause syncope.

Through use of the Visual Dx app, this was brought to our attention and the patient had a great outcome.

-Anonymized patient story based on real user testimonial
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Here’s what you can do with VisualDx:

  • Save an average of 2+ hours per week and reduce the need for a consult with specialty-level knowledge at your fingertips.
  • Solve challenging and complex cases with VisualDx’s proven, specialty-level information and diverse image collection.
  • Build patient confidence in your diagnosis through shared images and information.
  • Reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and antibiotic use by 38%.
  • Search a condition to access images, illustrations, and handbook-length clinical information and ICD codes.

More than 2,300 hospitals and healthcare institutions rely on VisualDx to improve diagnostic accuracy, enhance medical education, and engage patients in their treatment and care.

In a study published in the Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open, the University of Maryland Medical System reported 38% fewer admissions when Emergency Department clinicians used VisualDx within the electronic health record at the time of diagnosis. Using VisualDx also significantly reduced antibiotic use due to proper identification of cellulitis mimics.

I have used VisualDx for several cases on inpatients and have been able to avoid the use of a dermatology referral because of the detailed images and info. VisualDx has also helped me figure out a treatment plan!

-Dr. Reddy, Internal medicine physician

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