Supplied By iMonitorMy On July 28, 2016 Comments(15)
FREE My INR version2.0.2 DownloadMy INR is designed to empower patients to better monitor their INR reading and prescribed Warfarin or Coumadin.
This is an easy to use app that allows you to manage, track and record your INR readings, prescribed anticoagulant medication and future appointments with your GP, anticoagulant clinic or physician.
During oral anticoagulant therapy it is important and highly recommended that you accurately monitoring your INR to ensure appropriate dosages are being prescribed and for a better health outcome.
My INR has been designed for patients who are using Warfarin or Coumadin and are required to self-test or would like to take a more active role in monitoring their treatment. There are many conditions which require INR monitoring such as atrial fibrillation, cardiomyopathy, pulmonary embolus, stroke and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) amongst many others. My INR is an ideal tool to be used along side treatment and recovery.
Summary of Features:
- Monitor and track your INR readings
- Set your Target INR range
- Add new INR readings
- Add prescribed Warfarin or Coumadin
- Add and set alternate dosages for each week day
- Backdate INR readings and Dosage entries
- Visual representation of tablets and dosage
- Add medication and appointment reminders
- Add new appointment
- View your INR history as a list or graph
- Step by step 'how to use' guide on start up
- About INR guide
- Easy to use design
- Export INR History as CSV file
Why is it important to monitor your INR?:
Your INR (International Normalised Ratio) reading is a way of measuring the time it takes for your blood to clot. This is achieved through a regular blood test called an INR test. This will be tested either by your GP, anticoagulant clinic or physician (or self-tested) to ensure that your prescribed dose is correct. If your INR reading is too high, you are at greater risk of bleeding, so your dose may need to be reduced. If its too low, your medication is not working sufficiently which may increase the risk of clots. Everyone dose of Warfarin or Coumadin is unique.
Frequent INR monitoring allows for a more accurate adjustment in your medication dose to achieve your 'Target INR'. Use My INR to help monitor your INR and treatment, minimising the risks of clots forming.
If you require any support or notice any bugs please feel free to email us at email@example.com or contact us through www.iMonitorMy.com.
Feedback and Suggestions:
We are continuously improving and adding new features to My INR based on user feedback, so please get in touch if you would like to make some suggestions.
Entering information into My INR is a manual process and must be carried out with accuracy. Please ensure that all information entered is correct and in line with the INR readings, prescribed medication and guidance that you receive from your GP, clinic or physician. This app is designed to be used only in conjunction with the support that you receive and should not be used as a method of self prescribing medication. By downloading this app you are agreeing to our terms and conditions, and our disclaimer of its use, which is found on our website - www.imonitormy.com.
Please consult your healthcare team if you have any hesitations about using this app or if you experience any medical problems during your self-monitoring.
My INR+ app has been developed by iMonitorMy. Our goal is to empower others to take better control of their prescribed medication and health through leveraging mobile technology.
iMonitorMy part of our Medical and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update July 28, 2016. Google play rating is 72.0. Current verison is 2.0.2. Actual size 38.0 MB.
- Editable past data (dosage, medication taken, INR readings, daily notes)
- Fixes to current date being refreshed bug
- Increase ceiling of INR Range
- Landscape view for Tablet
- Enable INR readings to be recorded at two decimal places
- Add notes at same time you enter INR reading
- Record and display time medication taken
- Added dosage of 2mg for Warfarin
- Calendar reflects medication taken, INR reading and appointment
- Design refresh of theme and icon