According to a very recent study, the number of smartphone users has surpassed the number of non smartphone (dumb phone???) users. People are becoming to depend more and more on smartphones for their daily activities and why not? Why miss out on the convenience of having everything sorted out from your palm.
Their are very few medical apps on the android play store but the number is increasing day by day. I thought I should contribute too. So here is my first app, called DKA Assist.
The app is pretty straight forward. If you are a doctor or a nurse working in a ward, and if you have ever had to manage a patient with diabetic keto acidosis, you would know how important it is to keep checking the glucose levels of the patient and then acting accordingly. The seasoned care providers usually remember what to do but for the new comers, its a pain to keep going back to the book every few hours to check what to do. So this is where this app comes in handy. The user puts in the blood glucose level of the patient and the app then makes recommendations according to the blood glucose level of the patient.
I am working on refining the app as much as possible as I realize it is very basic and simple for now. Any feedback will be most welcomed.