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The Design and Evaluation of a Mobile System for Rapid Diagnostic Test Interpretation
Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive Mobile Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies
Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) provide point-of-care medical screening without the need for expensive laboratory equipment. RDTs are theoretically straightforward to use, yet their analog colorimetric output leaves room for diagnostic uncertainty and error. Furthermore, RDT results within a community are kept isolated unless they are aggregated by healthcare workers, limiting the potential that RDTs can have in supporting public health efforts. In light of these issues, we present a systemdoi:10.1145/3448106 fatcat:b3tlmzv5ofcdvedgpbh47dawle