Metaphylaxis Of Stone Disease In Smartphone Or Russian mHEALTH

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  • Authors: Gadzhiev N.K1, Brovkin S.S1, Grigoryev V.E1, Dmitriev V.V1, Malkhasyan V.A2, Shkarupa D.D3, Pisarev A.V3, Mazurenko D.A4, Obidnyak V.M5, Popov S.V5, Tagirov N.S6, Korol V.D1, Petrov S.B1
  • Affiliations:
    1. Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine
    2. Moscow State Medical Stomatological University named after A.I. Evdokimov
    3. St Petersburg Multiprofile Center of Ministry of Health of Russian Federation
    4. European Medical Center
    5. St Petersburg Clinical Hospital named after St Luka
    6. St. Petersburg St Elisabeth City Hospita
  • Issue: Vol 7, No 3 (2016)
  • Pages: 84-91
  • Section: Articles
  • URL: https://journals.eco-vector.com/pediatr/article/view/5728
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.17816/PED7384-91
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Abstract


Goal: to develop mobile application for patients with kidney stone for compliance maintenance and possible reduction of recurrence rate. Material and methods. Existing mobile applications for urolithiasis were meticulously reviewed by three groups of doctors each from different urological facilities from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Information used in our mobile application was from main urolithiasis guidelines of different urological associations. Direct application development was done by professional programmers. After application release urologist from all over the Russia were questioned about the usefulness of this product. Results. As a result of combined work application “Urolithiasis: patient assistant” was produced. Among 102 respondents 96 % evaluated this application as very useful, 3 % as useful and only 1 % considered it as a weak tool. Conclusion. Application “Urolithiasis: patient assistant” being first and single in Russian language consists of tools for compliance maintenance and plenty of other useful information regarding recurrence risk reduction and thus may be used in patients with kidney stones.


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Nariman K Gadzhiev

Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine

Author for correspondence.
Email: nariman.gadjiev@gmail.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD. Department of Urology

Sergei S Brovkin

Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine

Email: brovkin@hotmail.ru

Russian Federation urologist, MD. Department of Urology

Vladislav E Grigoryev

Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine

Email: vladislav.grigorev@outlook.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD. Department of Urology

Vladimir V Dmitriev

Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine

Email: vmeda2012@gmail.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD. Department of Urology

Vigen A Malkhasyan

Moscow State Medical Stomatological University named after A.I. Evdokimov

Email: vigenmalkhasyan@gmail.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD. Department of Urology

Dmitriy D Shkarupa

St Petersburg Multiprofile Center of Ministry of Health of Russian Federation

Email: shkarupa.dmitry@mail.ru

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD, Dr.Med.Sci., Assist.Prof. Department of Urology

Aleksei V Pisarev

St Petersburg Multiprofile Center of Ministry of Health of Russian Federation

Email: alexey.v.pisarev@gmail.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD. Department of Urology

Denis A Mazurenko

European Medical Center

Email: d.a.mazurenko@gmail.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD

Vladimir M Obidnyak

St Petersburg Clinical Hospital named after St Luka

Email: v.obidniak@gmail.com

Russian Federation urologist, MD

Sergei V Popov

St Petersburg Clinical Hospital named after St Luka

Email: doc.popov@gmail.com

Russian Federation MD, PhD, Dr. Med. Sci., Head Doctor

Nair S Tagirov

St. Petersburg St Elisabeth City Hospita

Email: ruslana73nair@mail.ru

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD

Valeriy D Korol

Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine

Email: korol@mchs-uro.ru

Russian Federation urologist, MD, PhD. Department of Urology

Sergey B Petrov

Nikiforov Russian Center of Emergency and Radiation Medicine

Email: petrov-uro@yandex.ru

Russian Federation urologist, MD, Dr.Med.Sci, Professor

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