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THE EHR INTEGRATED

SMART PEDIATRIC SUITE

TOOLS FOR PEDIATRIC CARE — REIMAGINED

PEDIATRIC BP CENTILES

Updated, commercial version of the original open source BP Centiles app, includes a modern and responsive touch-friendly interface for tablets with light and dark themes.

 

Interpreting blood pressure measurements for children is complicated by the need to account for a constantly changing body size. It is time-consuming to calculate and/or do data entry, yet assessment of blood pressure percentiles is medically recommended from the age of 3 onward because 75% of cases of pediatric hypertension and 90% of cases of prehypertension in children from 3 to 18 years of age go undetected.

 

The BP Centiles app reads a child’s relevant vitals and calculates systolic and diastolic blood pressure percentiles normalized by age, sex, and height. The app also includes a pop-up calculator and a graphical history of the child's blood pressure percentile, enabling full screening at each visit.

 

Color coding reveals at a glance whether individual readings are normal (green), prehypertensive (yellow), hypertensive (red) or hypotensive (blue). Users can zoom in on a group of readings for more information and apply various filters to help them interpret the measurements—such as looking only at BPs measured in the legs, sitting down or by machine.

Updated, commercial version of the original open source BP Centiles app, includes a modern and responsive touch-friendly interface for tablets with light and dark themes.

 

Interpreting blood pressure measurements for children is complicated by the need to account for a constantly changing body size. It is time-consuming to calculate and/or do data entry, yet assessment of blood pressure percentiles is medically recommended from the age of 3 onward because 75% of cases of pediatric hypertension and 90% of cases of prehypertension in children from 3 to 18 years of age go undetected.

 

The BP Centiles app reads a child’s relevant vitals and calculates systolic and diastolic blood pressure percentiles normalized by age, sex, and height. The app also includes a pop-up calculator and a graphical history of the child's blood pressure percentile, enabling full screening at each visit.

 

Color coding reveals at a glance whether individual readings are normal (green), prehypertensive (yellow), hypertensive (red) or hypotensive (blue). Users can zoom in on a group of readings for more information and apply various filters to help them interpret the measurements—such as looking only at BPs measured in the legs, sitting down or by machine.

 

PEDIATRIC GROWTH CHART

Rewritten from the ground up, the updated, commercial version of the original award winning Growth Chart app, includes a modern and responsive touch-friendly interface for EHR embedded and tablet based usage and includes numerous improvements inspired by the many clinicians using the original growth chart. This App demonstrates a high-performance, concise, minimal-click presentation of a child’s growth over time.

 

Interactive Graphs, Data Table, Parent View:

- Chart Auto-select

- CDC-like vertical format

- Plot against two charts

- Annotations

- Percentile/bone-age/mid-parental height estimates

- CDC/WHO/Fenton charts (expandable)

 

 

Support for Ambulatory and NICU uses with:

- Gestation corrections

- Bone Age presentation

- Growth point comparison with velocity

- Print-out formats for Graphs, Data Table, and Parent View

 

BILIRUBIN RISK MANAGEMENT

Jaundice occurs in most newborn infants. Most jaundice is benign, but because of the potential toxicity of bilirubin, newborn infants must be monitored to identify those who might develop severe hyperbilirubinemia and, in rare cases, acute bilirubin encephalopathy or kernicterus. Although kernicterus should almost always be preventable, cases continue to occur. The focus of this app is to reduce the incidence of severe hyperbilirubinemia and bilirubin encephalopathy while minimizing the risks of unintended harm such as maternal anxiety, decreased breastfeeding, and unnecessary costs or treatment.

 

By overlaying bilirubin [Mass/volume] results over a time-based risk chart, clinicians are presented with a visual representation of the results and associated criticality zones. By viewing the results in this way, the clinician can determine the best course of action based on the recommended intervention for the criticality of the result.