Is there an app to identify skin rashes?

Using Aysa as a skin rash app and symptom checker is simple. Just snap a photo, answer a few questions, and let Aysa guide you in the right direction.

How do I identify my rash?

What Are Symptoms of Skin Rash?

  1. Itching.
  2. Skin redness.
  3. Flaking skin.
  4. Dry, scaly, or crusted skin that can become thick and leathery from scratching.
  5. Small, fluid-filled blisters that may ooze when scratched.
  6. Infection of the areas of broken skin.

Can I upload a picture of a rash for diagnosis?

You spot a rash, lesion or strange-looking mole on your skin, snap a few photos of it, upload those pictures to Derm Assist. Google’s artificial intelligence and machine-learning capabilities analyze the photos and look for a match in a database of 288 skin conditions.

How do you use the rash ID app?

Just aim your camera. Tap to confirm, and identify your skin condition in seconds. Rash ID uses your phone’s cameras to perform a comprehensive scan of your skin. By scanning your skin in real time, rather than using a single picture, Rash ID is able to gather more data producing a more accurate scan.

What is aysa app?

Because Aysa is powered by proven machine learning technology, it is able to quickly identify your lesion type from a range of possibilities. Take your health into your own hands and download the app today. Aysa is available for free for Android and iPhone. More information can be found at AskAysa.com.

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What does a bacterial rash look like?

Bacterial skin infections often begin as small, red bumps that slowly increase in size. Some bacterial infections are mild and easily treated with topical antibiotics, but other infections require an oral antibiotic.

What do allergy rashes look like?

What does a skin allergy look like? There are several different types of skin allergy reactions that allergists treat. Hives (also known as urticaria) are raised itchy bumps. Typically hives appear reddish, and will “blanch” (or turn white) in the center when pressed.