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August 15, 2010 / michael

INRTracker released

Just released is INRTracker, a natural continuation of “Heart”, whose aim is to help patients on anticoagulants to monitor their International Normalized Ratio (INR) / Prothrombin Time (PT), crucial for proper treatment. Very similar to Glucool and Heart, you can:

  • Track your INR, medication, weight, exercise, and weather
  • Browse custom reports;
  • Visualize your data graphically;
  • See stats and key figures;
  • Send your report by mail, e.g. to your doctor;
  • Set up target ranges for your INR values;
  • Setup reminders for futures readings;
  • Much more!

So far only the full version has been launched, but in the next few day, a free, “Demo” version will also make its way and let users try it out and get a little flavour of the app.

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  1. Brent Brown / Aug 22 2010 2:15 am

    I really like your INR tracker app. I know it was just released, but I hope you have plans soon to include a reminder alarm that I can set for every 2 weeks or whatever. I keep forgetting to take my reading and an alarm attached to this app would help immensely.

  2. Michael / Aug 22 2010 2:17 am

    Hi Brent,
    Thanks for your suggestion – will definitely include this in the next update, which should happen soon!


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