It would be very useful to allow decimal measures of milileters, including those less than 1, rather than only integers.
Currently milileters measurements (at least for injectables) can only be whole numbers. Allowing values less than 1 would be very useful (as 0.5 ml, or even 0.25 ml, is not uncommon).
I take a liquid PRN pain relief medication. The dose is 2.5ml or 5ml depending on severity up to a maximum of 20ml per day. The dosing for tablets allows fractions to be recorded, but nothing else does.
Agree. My dog's dosage is .67mL and it's a pain to mark it as taken and then having to go back to the inventory to fix the amount.
Adding my voice. Needed for my dosages.
Absolutely agree with this, our doctor prescribed 4.2 ml, had to enter multiples of 10 of actual values to be able to use the app and it's very inconvenient.
Sophie Hope commented
I cannot use your app as my son's meds require less than whole doses e.g. 2.75ml
break down the increments from 1 mL to smaller. One medicine I have requires .25 mL to .5mL as needed.
Jacobo Hernández commented
I'm using this app to keep track of my daughters medicine intake and one dose is 2.5 ml.
Aman Bhalla commented
Decimal places not accepted in some measurement units
Some injectable meds require fractions of a mL instead of being rounded to a convienent whole number for each dose. I would like to use the app to accurately track dosage and remaining stock rather than having to remember that the dose in the app is actually wrong and I need to take a different amount with each dose. Allowing us to manually enter decimal values would be great.