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openSUSE:Medical desktop applications

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This is a collection of programs for Medical use. All Programs in this list are already part of the openSUSE Distribution or available in the build service.

Please use the Project or Package Name to add packages here. Create the Name as Link to the external Project homepage. Give a short summary after the name and then explain, why this package is useful in an medical environment. Add links to tutorials at the end of your list item. Since this is an all volunteer project there are items in the repositories that are not listed here please take some time to use and review them as well. This will help correct this problem.

If we are missing some application, feel free to add a link and a short introduction on the Wishlist.

Medical

Public Health and Biosurveillance


Electronic health or medical record


  • FreeMedForms (Freemedforms) - open source suite of medical applications (EMR, prescriptor, ICD10 coding assistant and others) in C++/Qt4.6/GPLv3. KDE-Application
  • GNUmed (GNUmed) - is a practice management and electronic medical records system. It allows keeping track of patient's medical history and current illnesses. It is developed by doctors from many countries and targeted at medical offices rather then hospitals. GNUmed is released under the GPL. Gnome-Application


Medical Practice Management Software


  • FreeDiams (Freediams) - open source pharmaceutical drug prescriptor and drug-drug interaction checker. From the FreeMedForms project. KDE-Application


Health System Management


Imaging/Visualization


  • TEMPO (TEMPO) - stands for "Topographic Eeg Mapping PrOgram". It is an open source software for 3D visualization of brain electrical activity. TEMPO is released under the GPL.


Medical Information Systems


MPI - Master Patient Index


Standards Libraries


Older Libraries


Signal Processing


Research


Data Translation


Mobile / Handheld Devices



Integration


Coding


Data (free data related to the healthcare industry)


Telemedicine


IHE


Other


  • Folding@home (Folding@Home) - Folding@Home is a program developed by Stanford University that uses a system's CPU to simulate the process of "folding" protein in the human body. This information is then used to better understand how then body folds proteins and how the improper folding of proteins causes severe diseases in the body, including cancer. More information can be found on the Folding@Home website (link found below) and the results and benchmarks of this breakthrough research can also be found on the main website (also found below). This program does not take up a large amount of space and only require a simple start command in a terminal on boot. Help save lives! Make a difference! KDE-Application
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