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DXplain, a decision support system developed at the Laboratory of Computer Science at the Massachusetts General Hospital, has the characteristics of both an . DXplain is available to hospitals, medical organizations, medical schools and other organizations that have signed agreements with Massachusetts General. DXplain. Annotated Demo. Version: This is a demonstration program that illustrates the features of DXplain. The actual DXplain program is an interactive program where the user enters clinical information and requests access to the DXplain knowledge base, or asks DXplain to provide diagnostic decision support.
DXplain is a Clinical decision support system (CDSS) available through the World Wide Web that assists clinicians by generating stratified diagnoses based on user input of patient signs and symptoms, laboratory results, and other clinical findings. Educational tool - Methodology - Accuracy. DXplain is a decision support system which acts on a set of clinical findings (signs, symptoms, laboratory data) to produce a ranked list of diagnoses which might explain (or be associated with) the clinical manifestations. OpenClinical demonstrator applications, DXplain, electronic medical textbook, medical reference system, diagnostic clinical decision support tool for general.
DXplain is an expert system designed to suggest a list of diseases that are associated with a set of clinical findings entered by a health profession student or . DXplain. Laboratory of Computer Science, Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School. [email protected] Demonstration program and. Med Ref Serv Q. Summer;17(2) DXplain: a Web-based diagnostic decision support system for medical students. London S(1). Author information.