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Helps to track and record haemophilia-A factor-VIII infusions.

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Any in which the user is familiar with English




Anupam Godbole; Intouch Solutions, USA
(Based in United States)


Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc [USA-based pharmaceutical company]

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Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Inc [USA-based pharmaceutical company] plus, according to Bayer, “the hemophilia community, physical therapists and physical educators.”


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Helps to track and record haemophilia-A factor-VIII infusions. For users on a prophylaxis regimen. The app issues infusion reminders, making the task of remembering when to infuse easier. Allows the infusion schedule to be customised to the prescribed regimen. Doses, infusions, lot numbers, and notes related to the location of bleeds can be recorded and tracked. Infusion history may be viewed and filtered. Other facilities on the app include: ability to change from a prophylaxis to an on-demand user; ability to edit past infusions; alerts for missed infusions; and an optional news service from the developer.

Tags: Medical


Reviewer: Arizona Hemophilia Association, USA
Review: “Having a well-kept record of infusions can help the team at your haemophilia treatment centre get a better picture of how your clotting factor is working. For people on prophylaxis, being able to spot a trend of bleeds can help you and the team develop a plan to prevent them. If you’re using clotting factor on-demand, you might not realise how many bleeds you’ve had in a year, until you see all the data together. Having an infusion log in an electronic format has many benefits. Prophylactic users can log multiple infusions over a span of dates with a few simple clicks. Too busy to log onto your home computer? Record the infusion on your mobile infusion-log app while you’re on the bus (unless you’re the driver). The ‘FactorTrack’ app has an alarm feature that alerts people to take a dose. The alarm can be set for a certain time for each infusion needed. Options include: set days per week (such as Monday, Wednesday, Friday); once a week; every day; or every other day.”
Source: http://bit.ly/MSIHZQ
Usage: Not specified
Weblink of reviewer: https://www.hemophiliaz.org
Reviewer: Bloodline magazine, 2011, Cincinnati Children
Review: “The perks of the ‘FactorTrack’ app: you can enter existing preventative schedule (prophy), and unit amount. The down points: it doesn’t sync between devices; password security—none.”
Source: http://bit.ly/O6tZzT
Usage: Not specified
Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/1cH0wsw

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