VisualDX trial July-August

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From July 1 to August 31, 2016 use trial access to VisualDX to build or expand your differential diagnosis. VisualDx, originally focused on dermatology, has expanded this year to include infectious diseases and general medical diagnoses. Please Give us your feedback, both good and bad in the coming days and weeks. How can it be improved?

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VisualDX images integrated into UpToDate are highlighted with an orange VDx icon VDx icon smal 1l in UpToDate search results or in the References section of the UpToDate topic. Try searching ‘varicella’ to see the integration.

Use VisualDX to

  • Enter patient symptoms and findings to build a differential diagnosis.
  • Search a diagnosis to access disease images and clinical information.
  • Search by medication to view medication-induced eruptions.
  • Search by country to focus retrieval for travel-related illnesses.

Improve your skills via VisualDx tutorials: https://login.laneproxy.stanford.edu/login?url=http://www.visualdx.com/video-tutorials/

VisualDX runs on browsers, Apple mobile devices or Androids. The database has trouble with IE7 but all other browsers including IE8 should work. To obtain the mobile app:

  1. Open a browser, go to https://login.laneproxy.stanford.edu/login?url=http://www.visualdx.com/visualdx
  2. Click on the button near the bottom center “Get the Mobile App.”
  3. Click on the link on the right “Create a personal VisualDX account.”
  4. Fill in the online form to create your account.
  5. Search for VisualDX in the App Store or Google Play on your mobile device.
  6. Download the App.
  7. Enter the user name and password you created for your account.

Do you want Lane Library to subscribe to VisualDX? Please tell us why or why not.

4 comments on “VisualDX trial July-August”

  1. Thanks for the trial of Visual Dx. Very useful for primary care for dermatologic differenital diagnoses and excellent for trainees and students. A great add to UTD as well. Plus it’s got a good app. Seems like a real win.

  2. Seems like a valuable resource, however, website had qwerks that prevented a real trial. After I registered on the website I was unable to use the website or mobile app without giving my credit card info and signing up for a subscription. I’m not sure if there was supposed to be a product key or a way for us to trial the software?

    1. Hi Ian! I hope you figured out how to use the trial! If you didn’t have a chance to use VisualDX during the trial period, you can certainly try it out now because Lane has now licensed it for use. Check out our recent blog post about it to learn how to get started: https://laneblog.stanford.edu/new-electronic-resource-visualdx/ And if you are still having trouble with it, feel free to shoot us an email at laneaskus[at]stanford[dot]edu, and we’d be happy to help you troubleshoot!


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