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This article describes how to built a medical tracker intended to gather weekly and monthly data to monitor the evolution of a patient with a chronic illness.

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SDK: Asha SDK 1.0, Asha SDK 1.1
Devices(s): Nokia Asha 501
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Created: luis.razo (05 Dec 2013)
Last edited: luis.razo (16 Dec 2013)

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Introduction

Periodical blood tests are the most common form of medical surveillance for patients with chronic and complex illness like AIDS, cancer, diabetes and immune related dysfunctions. The patient commonly needs to organize a lot of data for their medical records including blood tests. The blood test are prescribed by the doctors in order to follow and evaluate the effectiveness of their treatment and if required perform adjustments or modify the medication.

For patients that live far from the big cities where they usually go to consult the doctor it is common to have problems to get in touch with their specialists. Nowadays the connected mobile devices provide us with an opportunity to explore their potential and provide tools to assist the medical surveillance in order to reduce costs and make the life easy for the patients.

Therefore here is presented an example of a medical blood test manager that help the patients to keep the records of their results in order to easily transport and share them with their doctors. It enables the patient to quick store and display the results when he receives them. The application

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User Interface

Storing data

 

Displaying results

 

Sharing the data

 


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