AsthmaTrack


Listed in: Asthma  Respiratory general  Medical records  
AsthmaTrack

Available on:



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Supported languages:

English / French / German / Italian / Spanish

Cost:

£1.49 [approximately €2.15, $2.32]

Allows a user with asthma to record event information (such as environmental conditions, symptoms, treatments, and vital signs) that may be relevant to asthma.

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Languages

English / French / German / Italian / Spanish

Countries of use

Any in which the user is familiar with one of these languages

Cost

£1.49 [approximately €2.15, $2.32]

Developer

dangerDown LLC, USA
(Based in United States)
http://dangerdown.com

Funder

Same as technical developer

Medical Adviser

Same as technical developer

Features

Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities
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Summary

Allows a user with asthma to record event information (such as environmental conditions, symptoms, treatments, and vital signs) that may be relevant to asthma. Pre-loaded event templates can be customised to log important information. Records can be saved, then emailed for archiving, printing, or sharing with a doctor. Multiple logs can be kept, perhaps for family members. Information is stored locally on the user’s phone (waiting to sync, upload, or login to a remote site is therefore unnecessary).


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Reviews

Reviewer: Asthma UK Forum, UK
Review: “I’m using asthmaTrack, which is a bit better than AsthmaMD. You can customise your zones, etc, but it does have an annoying quality—you have to put in ‘None’, ‘Light’, ‘Medium’, etc, for symptoms. I’d rather have a number rating, or something else, as, often, I don’t feel like this allows enough discrimination. I’d never put 'Severe’, unless I was having a full-on attack. But this leaves me with only ‘Light’ and ‘Medium’—not really enough for a proper description. Plus, you can’t add triggers (and it doesn’t have all of mine). But, otherwise, it is OK. It does have a proper chart that records your actual peak-flow (PF) readings, rather than weird estimates. Also, it has sections in which you can write what you like, so you can say more about symptoms, triggers, etc. I’ve not yet found an asthma app I’m really happy with, though. I wonder if any of the developers of the existing apps asked asthmatics what they wanted?”
Source: Source is no longer available
Usage: Not specified
Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/17AJs2T

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