The Mat Doc skin app allows users who work with wrestlers or any athlete to quickly determine what type of skin lesion may be present. Application is ideal for coaches, referees and even parents who need a quick, simple guide to aid in rapid identification of common skin infections. Utilizing a bodygram, the user clicks on the area of concern, and then photos of several skin conditions appear. Click on the one most representative of your athlete and a description with specifics of the condition, treatment guidelines and infectivity are listed. For those who already know the condition, a list of skin infections is presented. Clicking on specific conditions allows the user to access almost a hundred photos representative of these infections. A description follows addressing all the specifics on these conditions. DISCLAIMER. The material presented here does not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Minnesota, Boynton Health Service, MN/USA Wrestling, USA Wrestling or Augsburg College. These materials may discuss therapeutic products that have not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration and off-label uses of approved products. Decisions about following these recommendations of drug treatment or for aiding in the diagnosis of a skin condition should be at the discretion of a qualified health care professional. Readers should verify all information presented here before using it in making decisions on evaluating these skin conditions. Skin infections are a common problem that plagues the sport of wrestling. The Mat Doc, LLC and Dr. Anderson assume no responsibility due to wrongly identifying a skin condition and the consequences of these conditions even if properly identified. Information on this program should not be used to replace the relationship that exists between a patient and his/her physician. By purchasing this program you assume responsibility for its use by yourself or others who use it, let alone its consequences.
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