Aysa is there for you, whenever and wherever you need it as a symptom checker. That makes it the perfect go-to tool for everyday use. Here are just a few examples of when Aysa might help save the day (or night).
It’s 11:30 p.m. on a Friday. Your son walks into your bedroom saying he can’t sleep and he’s itching like crazy. Is it contagious? Could it be poison ivy or, worse yet, chicken pox? Should you call the doctor in the morning or head to urgent care now? Get answers right away that will help you make the right decision and enhance your peace of mind. Simply use Aysa as your symptom checker. With a picture of your son’s rash, Aysa can begin to analyze the situation and provide helpful information.
Your family is on an outdoor adventure. Your daughter gets a bug bite and you’re worried about how red it is. What do you do? Use Aysa as your symptom checker. Take a picture of the infected area with your phone, let Aysa analyze the picture, then follow the guidelines for each option. You’ll have a better understanding of whether you need to seek medical help, or if the family adventure can continue.
While doing some gardening in your backyard, an interesting-looking caterpillar takes a walk along your arm. Now, you notice a skin irritation on the same area of your arm. Coincidence? Concern? Rather than spending the rest of the weekend wondering and worrying, you can take a picture and use Aysa as your symptom checker. Based on the possibilities presented, you’ll have a better idea of what to do next.
“It’s intuitive, easy to follow … a really great tool.”
Jeff, Rochester NY
“It’s a lot faster than what I normally do in Google.”
Nicole, Rochester, NY
“This is so much better than posting pictures on social media and crowdsourcing answers.”
Kimberly, Rochester NY
“This is a lot easier than going to some website and trying to figure it out.”
Heather, Rochester NY
“Aysa is a terrific tool to narrow down a list of potential diagnoses.”
Jennifer, Boston MA
“The app correctly identified a rash on my hand and put my mind at ease before visiting a dermatologist.”
Jennifer, Boston, MA