Pulmonary Embolism Score 12+

Wells score, GENEVA, PERC rule

Putu Angga Risky Raharja

Designed for iPad

    • Free



Determine pulmonary embolism risk with Wells score, GENEVA score, and PERC rule

"Pulmonary Embolism Score: Wells, GENEVA, PERC rule" is a mobile app designed to help health practitioner to determine the risk of pulmonary embolism by using the Wells criteria or Wells score, GENEVA score, and PERC rule. The Wells criteria for pulmonary embolism is a risk stratification score and clinical decision rule to estimate the probability for acute pulmonary embolism in patients in which history and examination suggest acute pulmonary embolism is a diagnostic possibility. As with all clinical decision aids, the physician must first have a suspicion of the diagnosis before attempting to apply the Wells criteria. History taking and exam should always be performed prior to using the "Pulmonary Embolism Score: Wells, GENEVA, PERC rule" app.

There are several features of "Pulmonary Embolism Score: Wells, GENEVA, PERC rule", namely:
- Simple and very easy to use.
- Precise calculation with Wells criteria or Wells score.
- Simple and straightforward calculation of GENEVA score.
- PERC rule for ruling out pulmonary embolism.
- Risk calculation of acute pulmonary embolism in a patient with dyspnea or shortness of breath
- It is totally free. Download now!

Aside from Wells score, “Pulmonary Embolism Score: Wells, GENEVA, PERC rule” app also has other scores, namely GENEVA score and PERC rule. The Revised GENEVA scores, along with the Wells score are the most commonly used scores to evaluate for pulmonary embolism. Some physicians prefer the Revised Geneva score because of its objectivity While in the patient considered low-risk of pulmonary embolism, PERC rule may help avoid further testing.

Disclaimer: All calculations must be re-checked and should not be used alone to guide patient care, nor should they substitute for clinical judgment. Calculations in this "Pulmonary Embolism Score: Wells, GENEVA, PERC rule" app might be different from your local practice. Consult with an expert doctor whenever necessary.

What’s New

Version 2.1

Fix several bugs and improve performance

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The developer, Putu Angga Risky Raharja, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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