AN APP DESIGNED FOR NURSES TREATING HIV
Aviro is the flagship mobile health application for Aviro Health. Perfectly suited to nurses, the Aviro ART Treatment Mentor is an app designed to help nurses in primary care settings to efficiently treat HIV patients.
Nurses load the app onto their mobile phones. Based on South African clinical guidelines, it enables nurses to determine whether a patient is eligible for ARV treatment, what drugs to use and when to start treatment.
The app goes a step further by providing access to a referral system and the HIV hotline. Aviro provides real-time, immediate feedback and guidance for the clinician, so that excellent and reliable care can be delivered to every patient. Aviro calculates information that is essential for patient management, that is often missed in routine exams.
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WHAT’S IN THE APP
- Adult Eligibility & Treatment Module
- Adult & Paeds
- WHO Stage Guide
- Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMCT) module
- Pediatrics Eligibility & Treatment Module
- Pediatrics Drug Regimen
- Pediatrics WHO Stage Guide
- Drug Interaction Calculator
- Creatinine Clearance Calculator
- Corrected ART dosage High Viral Load
Aviro HIV Mentor app is self-funded and needs your support to make it available to clinicians
Meet The TeamWe are a pioneering team of doctors, creatives and technologist inspired by changing Africa's approach to Health
Musaed Abrahams (MD)Founder, Medical Director
Musaed has worked and trained in Southern Africa as a HIV Training coordinator of MSF (doctors without borders).With over 5 years experience of coordinating HIV courses for nurses and doctors, with trainings in SA, Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe he has developed innovative educational approaches to medical training.
James Nutall (MD)Medical Advisor
Paediatrician and Paediatric Infectious Diseases Senior Specialist at Red Cross Children’s Hospital and Senior Lecturer at the School of Child and Adolescent Health, University of Cape Town. Areas of expertise include the management of infants & children with HIV infection and HIV/TB co-infection .
Graeme Meintjes (MD)Medical Advisor
Graeme Meintjes is an Assoc. Professor of Medicine and adult Infectious Diseases Physician based at the University of Cape Town in the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine. He jointly established the Infectious Diseases Unit at GF Jooste Hospital in Cape Town.
Don't Take Our Word For It
Aviro Health’s mobile application, Aviro HIV Management, is an indispensable tool for busy, under-resourced HIV HCWs striving to provide evidence-based, HIV care and treatment to the 2 million South Africans on antiretroviral treatment (ART).South African HIV Clinicians Society
MTN SA Foundation is our sponsor. We are working together towards the testing and further development work of the Aviro HIV/TB & ART management application.MTN SA Foundation
Mobile App Making Medical Assistance Easier.eNCA News
A new medical application could get help to patients faster. Nurses are able to get the information they need via a cellphone when doctors are not available. The mobile app is being tested at hospitals in Cape Town and Johannesburg, but it’s patients in rural area who are expected to benefit the most.
Excellent local insight Finally something that speaks to our local reality and uses design principles and local knowledge from nurses and other experienced health care professionals in how it works.Fidel Mabutho Mbhele
Excellent user interface. Every health care worker should download this.Carol Thomas