Intended to help people with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) track and monitor their daily activity levels.
Assesses whether a user might be at risk of blackouts.
Tool to track bladder health in both men and women.
An app for medical professionals to purchase, and then to pass on to patients who are living with a mental health problem.
Password-protected personal health records app.
App to helps families of children with rare diseases to communicate with health professionals.
“OMJUNTOS is an app that helps families who have a child with a rare disease to deal the main communication situations with health professionals.
The common thread is 7 challenges that invite families to overcome some of these situations, such as the day they are notified of the diagnosis, when they have a medical visit, they are given a medical report, or they must perform a medical test.
Each challenge includes a video with real testimonies from affected families and health professionals. Text explains the situation and anticipates any doubts that may arise, and includes a basic dictionary of medical terms, and information on tips, resources and links…
… The app COMJUNTOS has involved linguists, psychologists and physicians of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, of the Open University of Catalonia and the Area of Clinical and Molecular Genetics and the Unit of rare diseases of the Hospital Vall d'Hebron, besides having the collaboration of our families.”FEDER: Federacion Espanola de Enfermedades Raras (Spanish Federation of Rare Disease Patient Groups), which advised on the app’s development | http://bit.ly/2PdolRC
Logs blood glucose, blood-fat and blood-pressure levels, calories, carbohydrates, HbA1c, insulin, ketones, and weight.
Designed to help the user manage medication compliance.
Diary that allows the user's epilepsy-relevant medical history to be logged.
Helps people with epilepsy manage and improve their own health via seizure-management tools.
Intended to help people with epilepsy manage their condition, together with relevant medical professionals.
Allows users to report their experiences in hospital.
Helps a user prepare for medical consultations and appointments by planning what should be said and asked, and by advising what sort of information should be brought to the consultation.
Offers answers to healthcare-related questions, according to condition, health concern, medication or symptom.
Helps people with diabetes to track and manage blood-sugar levels.
Headache diary that allows the number of headaches, their duration and severity, the degree of disability and impact, medication and usage, symptoms, and triggers to all be tracked.
Collection of over 2,500 medical terms, explained and cross-referenced.
Improves doctor-patient communication by helping the user answer questions that the healthcare provider wishes to put to them.
Aims to help people with asthma (aged over 12) to manage their condition.
The App was initiated, designed and developed by patients for patients. Dystonia Europe has the 100% ownership of the project, the database includes collected data from users of the MyDystonia diary.”European Patient Forum | European Patient Forum, Position paper on eHealth, Dec 2016, page 12, http://www.eu-patient.eu/whatwedo/Policy/eHealth/
Portable health record that can be shared with doctors or anyone else involved in a user’s healthcare.
Information on diagnosis and treatment guidelines for many cancers.
“NCCN Guidelines for Patients®, patient-friendly translations of the NCCN Guidelines®, are meant to help patients with cancer talk with their physicians about the best treatment options for their disease.
The NCCN Guidelines for Patients along with one- to two- page NCCN Quick Guide™ sheets summarising key points in the NCCN Guidelines for Patients are now available through the mobile app.”National Comprehensive Cancer Network, the not for profit organisation that developed the app. | http://bit.ly/2NnVpsX
Aims to help people on oral anticoagulant therapy (OAT) to monitor and control their medication routine.
Tool to help patients manage chronic pain or sports injuries.
Designed to help medical professionals recognise the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), and then diagnose and treat the condition.
Helps people with chronic kidney disease (CKD) or end-stage renal disease (ESRD) to record, track, and share their vital renal-health information.
Diabetes logbook for recording and tracking blood-glucose levels, blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, and medication.
Allows people with anxiety, brain injury, depression, post-traumatic stress, or stress to monitor their moods and their general well-being.
App and website for people with rheumatoid arthritis to identify how day-to-day activities affect their condition.
“Track what you do and how you feel on a daily basis – even when you’re on the go! The newly relaunched Track + React app can be used as a web tool on arthritis.org as well as on your smartphone via the app.
Track + React features a completely revamped free mobile app available for download for iPhone and Android devices that allows you to track key daily activities related to your rheumatoid arthritis (RA) wherever you are…
…Tracking certain activities throughout the day can be helpful for identifying health trends that may impact the severity of your rheumatoid arthritis.
This easy-to-use tool will reveal which daily activities are having an impact on you and your RA disease activity. You may discover that when you take a walk, you don’t feel as stiff the next day or when you are less stressed your mood is much happier.
You can track what you do and how you feel on a daily basis within six key categories:
The tool will calculate the information you provide and produce a graph so you can see overtime how your daily activities play into your health and arthritis impact.
There may be a connection between what you do and how you feel. You can also print your Arthritis Impact graph and share the results with your doctor, which may help get more out of your appointments.”Blog from the Arthritis Foundation, the non-profit organisation which develop the app and online tool. | http://bit.ly/2M17UcH
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