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ISSN 1812-7231 Klin.inform.telemed. Volume 12, Issue 13, 2017, Pages 105–112


A. Tkachenko1, Р. Tkachenko2, V. Вооn2


1National medical University. A. A. Bogomolets, Kiev 2National technical University of Ukraine "KPI", Kiev

Article title

Using of mobile applications in the pharmacological correction of rheumatoid arthritis

Abstract (resume)

Introduction. Using of mobile applications in the pharmacological correction of rheumatoid arthritis is scientifically justified.

The purpose of the work. The justification of using of mobile applications in the pharmacological correction of rheumatoid arthritis.

Results and Discussion. The four main thematic areas of e-health: medical information systems, telemedicine, distance learning and mobile medicine have been present in the article. It has been established that the mobile medicine is a new cross-cutting trend that is developing rapidly. The most famous mobile applications, which are used in rheumatology, orthopedics, traumatology, cardiology, pulmonology and gastroenterology, have been present.

Conclusion. The necessity of the use of mobile applications by patients, doctors and medical students for training, an effective pharmacological correction of rheumatoid arthritis and related conditions, the electronic patient records management, the provision of medical consultations and monitoring the flow of chronic diseases have been proved.


medical applications, rheumatoid arthritis, comorbid conditions, doctors, medical students


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