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Personal Health Desk

Personal Health Desk Personal Health Desk 3.0 is a personal electronic health record software for use by individuals. Individuals or families can keep track of all health related events.
Using Personal Health Desk 3.0, you can store a complete electronic record of your health history.
Personal Health Desk includes Alerts, Problems, Diagnoses, Procedures, Tests, Medications, Immunization, Pregnancy, Menstrual history, Events (including symptoms, signs, joint mannequin, and a skin display), Food eaten and exercise done, Letters sent, Documents and pictures received and taken, and Transactions.
You can view your records in a summary format, in a timeline format, and in lists (corresponding to the above items).
To assist you in monitoring your health or disease, Personal Health Desk includes a Scheduler, a Monitor to monitor test results, a Reminder list, Clinical tools such as growth charts, development indicators, and a cardiac risk calculator.

Software Information System Requirements
Version: 3.02
  • Windows XP/Vista and Windows 7
  • Minimum 500 MB of Hard Disk Space.
  • Minimum 256MB RAM.
  • 300MHz Processor.
File Size: 68.5 MB
License:Free to try, $29.00 to buy
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You can make your medical records available to a third party by:
  • Printing or emailing a summary of your medical records to provide a snapshot of your medical history to a medical professional.
  • Printing a wallet sized summary of your medical records to keep on your person.
  • Running Personal Health Desk from a USB flash drive and keeping the flash drive on your person. Your data on this flash drive can be kept secure through password protection or by using a finger print protected flash drive.
  • You can use a service like GoToMyPC to run Personal Health Desk via any internet enabled device


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