Unique features you won’t find anywhere else

GIDEON is packed with unique features you won’t find anywhere else. Developed in collaboration with hundreds of medical scientists, microbiologists, public health professionals, and students from 26 countries.

25,000+ historical and current infectious disease outbreaks

2000+ pathogens based on their phenotypic characteristics

Saving time in Point-of-Care settings

37,000+ graphs to generate your own epidemiological charts

Explore features

Explore module
Lab module
Diagnose module
Quantify module

GIDEON is the most comprehensive database of historical and current infectious disease outbreaks, encompassing 230+ countries and territories.

Infectious diseases

Find rich clinical and epidemiological information on 361 generic infectious diseases. Includes historical and latest outbreaks and current geographical distribution.

In-depth data on 361 generic infectious diseases (known by 2,700+ names)

Find diseases by fingerprint

Worldwide notes covering the global status of each disease

23,000+ country-specific notes

80,000+ prevalence and seroprevalence surveys

250,000+ references – all in one place

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Anti-infective drugs

Review the pharmacology and usage of anti-infective drugs.

Search over 29,000 drug trade names

Find drugs by toxicity

Find drugs by class or spectrum

Find drugs by interaction

Compare drugs by spectra

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Vaccines and immunoglobulins

Review the pharmacology and usage of vaccines.

1,300+ trade names

Find vaccines by toxicity

Find vaccines by contraindication

54 forms of toxicity

31 forms of contraindication

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Microbes

GIDEON maintains in-depth phenotype
information on over 2,000 medically important bacteria, mycobacteria, and yeasts.

1,900+ bacteria and mycobacteria (2,000+ synonyms)

130 yeasts and algae (953 synonyms)

380+ images of pathogens

In-depth phenotype information

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Interactive maps

Engaging historical data? Delivered! GIDEON’s interactive disease outbreak and distribution maps cover data going back as far as 1348 AD.

25,000+ outbreaks

Historical outbreaks map for every disease (watch video)

Global outbreaks map by year

Change the map by year range

Rates per 100,000 indicators

23,000+ country notes accessible directly from each map

Filter outbreaks by year

Downloadable outbreak lists

Travel information

Country-specific pre-travel information for travelers and medical practitioners.

Travax vs GIDEON

Travel guidelines for 235 countries and territories (watch video)

A list of diseases relevant to each location

Information on the latest outbreaks in each country

Historical vaccination coverage graphs

Routine vaccination schedules

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Comparison tables

Generate side-by-side comparison tables for infectious
diseases, drugs, bacteria, mycobacteria, or yeasts – adding up to 10 at a time!

Compare diseases by clinical findings (watch video)

Compare diseases by fingerprint

Compare drugs by spectra

Compare pathogens by phenotypic characteristics

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Evidence based medicine

GIDEON is built on an Evidence-Based Medicine database through a multi-step process.

Collect

Publications (WHO, CDC, Euro-surveillance)

Monthly PubMed search

National Health Ministry reports

Peer-reviewed Journals and Periodicals

Texts and monographs

International convention abstracts

Full list of resources

Validate, enter, update

Focus on reliable sources

Only peer-reviewed sources

Constant updating and fine-tuning

Edits for brevity

Release

The database is updated daily

References links to the source (PubMed and ProMED). See references.

Level of evidence provided in the article

GIDEON’s Lab module is designed to meet the needs of microbiologists and students undertaking microbiology-related courses. It offers Bayesian analysis-driven pathogen identification facilities for 2000+ medically important bacteria, mycobacteria, and yeasts. These features are unique to GIDEON and cannot be found anywhere else.

Probability engines

Bayesian analysis-driven pathogen identification tools, unique to GIDEON. Each is tailored to the type of microbe being identified, according to their phenotypic and biochemical tests generally conducted in routine clinical laboratories.

Bacteria-specific identification tool

Mycobacteria-specific identification tool

Yeasts-specific identification tool

Why Not facility, explaining why a suspected pathogen did not appear on the listpear on the list

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Decision trees

Interactive, guided decision trees. The feature is intended to help students create, download, and share dichotomous keys used in the classic ‘Unknown microbe’ undergraduate project.

Guided, dynamically generated decision trees for Bacteria, Mycobacteria and Yeasts

Generate and download unique diagrams for future reference

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GIDEON is ideally suited for saving time in Point-of-Care settings while empowering clinicians to consider all possible scenarios.

Differential diagnosis (DDX) toolkit

GIDEON clinical decision support tools are powered by a massive quantity of published medical research and epidemiological data.

Bayesian analysis-driven Probability engine watch video

Step-by-Step diagnosis facility, ideal for teaching the process of diagnosing diseases watch video

Why Not feature, explaining why a suspected disease did not appear on the list watch video

First case scenario

Developed in consultation with the World Health Organization to help identify initial cases of known diseases in new settings.

Lists diseases compatible with the signs and symptoms but not endemic to a given country

Mix and match 34,000+ graphs to generate your own epidemiological charts.

At a glance

A dynamic chart generation facility for epidemiologists.

796,000+ data points

Over 34,000 graphs covering 361 diseases in 235 countries and territories

Add up to 6 graphs at a time

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