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MedinTux
Original author(s)Dr Roland Sevin
Stable release
2.16 / 19 June 2016; 6 years ago (19 June 2016)
Operating systemLinux, macOS, Microsoft Windows
Available inFrench
Typehealthcare management
LicenseCeCILL
Websitewww.medintux.org

MedinTux is a free healthcare software for managing consultations, written for the French environment.

Features

Originally written for the French emergency services, its modular conception allow it to be used in almost any area of medical or paramedical specialization.

The software works in a networked and multi-users environment. The following features are currently available:

Software architecture

The program is written in C++, using the Qt3 library and Mysql database for storage. A web enabled MedWebTux also exist, which allow access from a browser. It's been ported to various OS:

Awards

References

  1. ^ "Mediawiki et VideoLAN obtiennent leurs "Trophées du Libre"". clubic.