By Rob Cleaton
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OATBook helps patients prescribed warfarin monitor, track and record their medication and INR part of their daily routine. It’s simple, quick and easy to use taking out the chore to manage your health effectively. Being a dangerous and difficult drug to control its important its monitored correctly and self testing is often encouraged by the doctor.
• Monitor, record and track your INR
• INR Charting
• Export results as PDF, spreadsheet
• Email results to directly to your clinic
• Add appointment reminders
• Keep on top of your warfarin with daily dosages
• Add past readings and dosages
• Add alternate warfarin dosages
• Dosage alerts to never miss a dosage
• Dosage checkbox
• Add daily notes
• Add your warfarin total so you’ll never run out
Ideal for anyone using warfarin who have suffered a stroke, atrial fibrillation, deep vein thrombosis (dvt) or a heart valve replacement.
• Anticoagulation Europe
• Atrial Fibrillation Association
• NHS Choices Health Apps Library
• Any bugs, suggestions or comments email email@example.com or tweet @OATBook
• OATBook is to aid you with your medication, if you experience any medical problems you should contact your doctor or local clinic.
What's New in Version 3.0
– A new way of entering your dosages
– Bug fix for entering gender in settings
Thanks to everyone who offered feedback and support to help :)
With the recent update, it's much easier to set varying dosage amounts. The reminders still seem to be pushed in the original time zone. If I travel I don't get reminders in the new the zone, but rather the original. It would be great to have interactive notification or a today view widget to quickly check off the dosage.
Does Job But Not Refined
Generally a good app. Tracks total amount of medicine left. Allows for different amount of medication for different days and tracks INR over time.
Kind of hard to figure out and without documentation it's not user friendly. Icons don't match use. Needs some refinement but the nuts and bolts are there.
Reminders don't work for me and that's an attraction of this app. Want to know when to take meds and when my next appt is.
Overall, I still use the app but it could be a lot better.