Media, PA (PRWEB) November 15, 2005
Scientific Software Tools, Inc. (SST) recently partnered with Michael H. Davidson, M.D. of Mobile Lipid Clinic to enhance the Mobile Lipid Clinic software program. The Mobile Lipid Clinic program is a Palm® and Windows® OS-based tool that assists health care professionals in the evaluation and treatment of high blood cholesterol and assessment of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) risks in their patients.
The new version now supports the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) Expert Panel on Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Cholesterol in Adults (Adult Treatment Panel III or ATP III) updated guidelines published on July 13, 2004.
The Mobile Lipid Clinic program provides health care professionals with a quick and easy way to calculate their patients cardiovascular risk variables and treatment goals. By entering patient test results and history and physical data into the Mobile Lipid Clinic Palm or Windows desktop program health care professionals can provide their patients with a statistical evaluation of their equivalent CHD age, based on the Framingham Heart Study. The health care professional and patient can then review the various graphs and treatment, medication and diet instruction reports that are generated at the time of the visit. The Mobile Lipid Clinic program also tracks patient visit data over time, allowing health care professionals to measure the progress of their patients' treatment and medication goals.
The Mobile Lipid Clinic software is available as a free download at http://www.mobilelipidclinic.com.
Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia and founded in 1988 by a M.D and R.N, Scientific Software Tools, Inc. has a track record for delivering reliable, innovative custom software solutions on time and within budget. Many of the applications developed by SST are used by hundreds of thousands of users and have been recognized with industry awards. SST’s customers include healthcare, pharmaceutical, high technology, test and measurement and manufacturing companies.