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Description

Worms for iOS was designed primarily as a bedside clinical tool when considering helminth pathology in your patients. It is also an excellent reference guide when studying tropical medicine or participating in an expedition to remote locations.

There are 18 specific helminth infections discussed:

Cestodes (tapeworms)
1. T. saginata
2. T. solium
3. D. latum
4. H. nana
5. Echinococcus

Trematodes (flukes)
6. Clonorchis/Opisthorchis
7. Fasciola
8. Fasciolopsis
9. Paragonimus
10. Schistosoma

Nematodes (round worms)
11. Cutaneous larva migrans
12. Visceral larva migrans
13. Enterobius (pin worm)
14. Trichinella
15. Trichuris (whipworm)
16. Ascaris
17. Hookworm
18. Strongyloides

Information is based on current CDC guidelines and recommendations.

There is an egg lab which describes the size and qualities of commonly found parasitic eggs. There is also a 25 question quiz at the end to test your knowledge!

iOS Store Category:

Primary: Medical

Secondary: Reference

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Version History

Launched Mar 27, 2015 (over 5 years ago).
Jan 09
2016
(Current)
Version 1.2

- Updated for iOS 9.0

- Formatting issues on some devices... fixed

Mar 27
2015
Version 1.0