The purpose of this crohns disease activity index (CDAI) calculator is to gauge the progress or lack of progress for people with crohns disease. The reference article says generally speaking, CDAI scores below 150 indicate a better prognosis than higher scores. This calculator is only a gauge of progress i.e. not a prognosis tool

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  • size 28.4 MB

DAS Calculator for Rheumatologists

DAS, or Disease Activity Score, is a measure of the activity of rheumatoid arthritis. Based on the work of the Department of Rheumatology at the University Medical Centre at Nigmegen (Netherlands), a validated tool (formula) was developed to evaluate and track Rheumatoid Arthritis disease activity. Thank you

  • size 0.9 MB

GI Monitor

GI Monitor is a symptom logging application for patients with IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease), Crohns or Ulcerative Colitis. The app allows patients to easily and accurately log symptoms and provide this data to their doctors for optimal treatment. In addition, patients can see correlations between symptoms, meals and medications.

  • rating 3.22222
  • size 8.9 MB


Manage your Inflammatory Bowel Disease with myIBD. myIBD is a new app, developed by doctors and patients for people living with diseases like Crohns and Colitis. An Inflammatory Bowel Disease can make your life increasingly complex; myIBD makes managing it easier.

  • size 6.5 MB

MELD Calculator

This MELD Calculator is specifically for the liver transplant physician. This version now includes the the MELD-Na result that is being used to allocate livers since January 2016.It is an educational tool and should not be used for patient care.

  • size 7.0 MB