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Discussion in 'iPad for Health Forum' started by prhanson, May 22, 2013.

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    I am looking for an app that will enable me or care givers to record by date and time my wife's vitals, glucose and INR tests results, carb intake and insulin dispensed.
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    Hi Prhanson - welcome to the forum! :)

    First, I'm assuming that you want to enter these medical records on your iPad? Do you want to enter the values yourself or let the care givers do that task? Regardless, I'm assuming that you need some type of columned form w/ the values across the top of the form and the dates down the left most column - would that work for you? If so, then some type of database or spreadsheet would be you best choice; just for a few 'starter' suggestions that are on my own iPad: 1) Bento - a database program that offers plenty of templates; and 2) Numbers - a spreadsheet that is part of iWork. I'm sure others will have suggestions. I don't believe that there is an app dedicated to the type of entry you need, so you'll have to setup the program yourself. Good luck and please let us know if you have additional questions.
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    Hi Carol - thanks for that link - if the app works out for the OP, then the price is certainly a bargain! Numbers & Bento would work but costs more and requires a setup - might even try the app for my own and spouse's needs - Dave :)
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    Hi Dave--You're welcome! Thought I'd throw it out there as well just for ease and use! Let us know if you do get a chance to buy and use it! --Carol :)
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    For the first time I'm hearing about this application and hope to try it once.
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    Oh ! WOW .. as i was not aware of such an app . this is really helpful to count health and fitness measures for a well being .. I'm going to grab it quickly ..
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    My Medical for Ipad looks decent

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