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Dr. Jeffrey P. Gumprecht MD, Associate Clinical Professor, Mount Sinai Medical Center
Dr. Jeffrey Gumprecht has worked in the field of infectious diseases for more than 30 years – in private practice, as a consultant, and most recently at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City, as an associate clinical professor in Clinical Informatics and Infectious Diseases.
He has been using GIDEON since its inception in 1993. “It’s irreplaceable. I haven’t seen anything else that compares to GIDEON,” he says.
Even though he has full access to the library at New York University, he prefers GIDEON’s platform because it enables him to get a full-text description of any infectious disease. Dr. Gumprecht says he particularly loves GIDEON’s straightforward user interface.
He uses the interactive tool to input details when a patient has traveled to a specific country when they returned, their symptoms, and the organ systems involved, and it generates a Differential Diagnosis.
It also enables him to share information with other infectious disease specialists. He says it’s an amazingly valuable source of information, helping users to quickly reach a diagnosis.
Dr. Gumprecht likes the way GIDEON presents the information on each country and includes even the most
It has been especially useful for the Infectious Disease Fellows at Mt. Sinai Hospital where he works – a tool that is interactive and not just passive reading.
Covers 230 countries and territories, with 23,700+ country-specific notes
Bayesian analysis-based Differential Diagnosis clinical decision support tool
First Case Scenario, developed in collaboration with the WHO
Over 30,000 anti-infective drugs and vaccine trade names, 2000+ pathogens – bacteria, mycobacteria, and yeasts
Dynamic comparison tables for clinical findings, drugs, and pathogens
Updated every day by a team of highly regarded medical scientists