Software developed for diagnostic recommendations and epidemiological analysis

Admin Dental Press

Edition V05N02 | Year 2019 | Editorial Original Article | Pages 24 to 29

Samara Andreolla Lazaro, Renato Sawazaki, Franklin David Gordillo, Yépez, Geferson Toffolo, Roberto Rabello Dos Santos

Numerous advantages are derived from the use of electronic medical records, such as fast access to information and the simultaneous use of data. Objective: The objective of the study was to develop an electronic medical record software with a system of diagnostic recommendations and statistical analyzes in the area of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Methods: In the system of diagnostic recommendations, the degree of similarity was performed using the Cosine method, and to verify the similarity between the Pearson variables, graphs were elaborated from a descriptive analysis. Results: The recommendations system had a 93.3% accuracy score in the diagnoses. The time to generate each graph in the software was 6.21 seconds. Conclusions: The developed software proved to be effective for decision making based on the diagnostic recommendations and statistical analysis generated by the program. Diagnostic recommendations were 93.3% effective. Continuous improvements in the process of software development and use are necessary to achieve user expectations.

Dentistry, Electronic health records, Face, Oral and maxillofacial surgeons,

Lazaro SA, Sawazaki R, Yépez FDG, Toffolo G, Santos RR. Software developed for diagnostic recommendations and epidemiological analysis. J Braz Coll Oral Maxillofac Surg. 2019 May-Aug;5(2):24-9. DOI:

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