Dr. Swerdloff disserted at the Wosaam Congress (World Society of Anti Aging Medicine) on reversing aging, where she spoke to more than 285 Physicians.
She also introduced in her office a new computer assisted anti-aging touch screen program (CAATS). CAATS stands for Computer Anti Aging Touch Screen, which supports anti-aging medicine.
Physicians who provide Anti-Aging treatments use CAATS to conduct in-depth patient consultations and preliminary diagnoses, with particular focus on hormonal imbalances.
The Patient receives a series of questionnaires, which are answered on a computer touch-screen. The questions are multiple-choice to allow the Patient to indicate the severity of his or her symptoms. Follow-up questionnaires, made up of subsets of the originals are completed for each patient visit to record progress over time.
On questionnaire completion, the Patient’s responses are processed instantaneously to provide a preliminary diagnose. The doctor’s physical examination is recorded and processed in a similar manner. The results, in turn, guide the practitioner in determining what subsequent laboratory, X-Ray and other tests should be carried out to confirm the Patient’s condition. Once the diagnoses are confirmed and quantified, the patient undergoes the appropriate treatments, together with scheduled follow-up consultations.
The questionnaires have been developed, using scientific principles, by experienced multi-disciplinary researchers in the ever-expanding field of anti-aging medicine. The questionnaires will be continually upgraded and refined with the results of fresh research and the experience of subscribers to the system.
Dr. Debby Vinski, an Indonesian anti-aging medicine pioneer, first introduced this machine, which won an award in 2009.