The UK ITP Support Association is a UK registered charity which aims to promote and improve the general welfare of patients, and the families of patients, with Immune Thrombocytopenia (Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura – ITP).
The app enables people with ITP to:
. Use a symptom tracker to record symptoms from rashes to bleeds
. Graph their symptoms to track and show trends, for example to share with clinicians
. Record test results
. Manage their medication
. Keep in one place all contacts relating to their ITP.
The app includes a notes section to help people to:
. Prepare for consultations with clinicians, including preparing questions
. Record side effects of treatments
. Consider and identify possible triggers for bleeds.
As ITP is a rare bleeding disorder, gaining a diagnosis can be challenging, so there is an information section which includes:
. What is ITP?
. How is ITP diagnosed and treated
. Links to the ITP Support Association.
At timing of writing an android version is planned.
“**ITP Pocket Log – feedback required**
The IOS version of the ITP Pocket Log app has now been available for a number of weeks. The App is proving to be very popular with the ITP community, therefore now would be a good time to start gathering some feedback on how users are finding the app. If you have any comments about the app, have you found it easy to use, any recommendations for improvements please email email@example.com. We will gather all the feedback and pass it onto the developers.
With regards to the Android version, this is now in the final stage of development and we will post an update when it is available for download.”
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