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Supplied By Johannes Vegt, signs for communication    On Aug. 4, 2014    Comments(5)

FREE Coagu version3.0.1 Download

The Coagu-App is a program, that helps patients, who need to monitor their anticoagulant treatment. (anti coagulation) As the Coagu-App can be set for every patients individual needs, you and your medical specialist can easily enter specific data, such as an INR target or the sort and dose of medicine, into the application. The tablet intake and entered measurements will be saved and the tendency of the measured values can be displayed as a chart over a longer period. In case the values are too high or too low, the patient is asked to contact his doctor.
Several updates are planned. These are free of charge.

Johannes Vegt, signs for communication part of our Medical and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Aug. 4, 2014. Google play rating is 72.7027. Current verison is 3.0.1. Actual size 292.0 KB.

What's new

    The calendar shows the dose of medication that has been taken each day and in the previous week.
    There is now a two-level reminder function, with a daily reminder and then an extra reminder in the evening if the medication has not been taken.
Download coagu.apk 292.0 KB


Notification Really useful for me, but is there any way to change the notification sound? Maybe something continuous till I don't hit stop.

Very limited use One can only enter a max dose of 4mg. This is not rven half as much as needed. But maybe all these stupid limitations I have found only apply to free version. But I will not for sure spend the money to find out.

Rudimentary App Seems as though almost all anticoagulation tracking apps are developed by someone who most likely does not take anticoagulants themselves. This is not a very sophisticated app, and apart from the reminder, which is nothing more than an alarm clock, the app offers limited functionality. The app I use as a comparison is Oatbook on the Apple platform.

Dose max is 4mg? I take bet 8-12mg of Warfarin/Coumadin daily, depending on at home testing INR results. This app won't let you report more than 4mg daily. Kinda use less.

Niced idea but not really useable You can't enter doses above 4 mg, the entry is done via push buttopns which are badly spaced and need scrolling as well. A nice idea but needs recrafting to make it practical, Play description does not explain what is missing until paid.