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Additional Units

custom units, for protein, etc

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  • Crix. commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I think that this would be a relatively simple way of addressing the currently awkward (& confusing?) steps, when one is setting up or even modifying a medication regime. This would/could be a great help to us with failing memory or going to hospital, etc. The coding requirements in the "app", to merely include another choice of administration. e.g. a "Transdermal Patch" , should surely be as trivial as enabling one to choose "tablet". All the other "option coding" is already in the "app/program". Just a thought for the creators of this app. to consider.
    By the way - I was a bit daunted by the huge lack of information on what to do when I was starting out, so I used it as purely a reminder (like a calendar) until I was confident enough to expand its use; & it is a very good application! And I have tried a few. Remember that those of us who are older than others are not as tech-savvy as the younger ones in our society. Well done! :)

  • Anna R commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    In the Polish language version, there could be added the "globulka(i)" as a medicine form.

  • Leslie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I wear Fentanyl Patches and that type of dosage is not listed

  • Bill Humphreys commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    my home lung function. meter shows its results in fev1 fev6 or fvc values it would be nice if I could just enter those rather then in ml

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Some medications, for example medicated creams or nasal sprays, are dispensed in calibrated pumps. This unit should be another thing on your list of possible medication measurements.

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