SADE: Software de Análise Dermatológica - Um sistema de coleta, gerenciamento e triagem de lesões de pele
ResumoSkin cancer is a global public health challenge, accounting for approximately one-third of cancer diagnoses worldwide. The state of Espírito Santo has tens of thousands of inhabitants of European descent. Most of them have fair skin and are engaged in family farming, often exposed to the sun. The combination of this vulnerable phenotype with such sun exposure results in a high incidence of skin cancer in the state. Since 1987, the Federal University of Espírito Santo has maintained a dermatological and surgical assistance program, providing free care to the most vulnerable population. Starting from a partnership that began in 2018, the Dermatological Analysis Software (SADE) was developed, a system used to collect, manage, and screen skin lesions during the program’s care. Since its implementation, the software has had a significant impact on assisting the population, reducing both waiting and service times. Additionally, SADE has enabled a range of technical and scientific achievements, such as publications, awards, and participation in events.
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