There are a large amount of people in the world that are required to take multiple pills to manage an ailment or disease that is affecting their life. I know from personal experience how frustrating it can be to track the daily doses of these pills. Growing up my father had and still has to take a large amount of pills due to his medical condition. The day starts with 6 pills and a cup of coffee. He then has to take Pills with him to work as well as another dose when he gets home. Pops has been doing the same thing with his for as long as i can remember, so he has these 6 pills down to a rhythm, but as he ages at gets to senior age he may be riddled with additional pills which may lead to problems keeping track of everything. PillPad by Alade Designs eliminates this issue. Hit the break for full details.In the old days when you had multiple pills to take you had to use a pill carrier to track your dosage thru out the day. PillPad allows you to see what pills need to be taken during the day in a straight forward interface without any fancy bells and whistles to confuse the user.
In addition to the basic easy to use interface that the app provides to the end user, you have the ability to carry/track multiple patients and their personalized medication including dosage amounts. This is definitely useful for people who are caring for multiple family members or the traveling RN that has to track multiple patients in one day. The developer has also mentioned that in future builds there will be the ability to mark whether the particular dose has been administered or not.
As you can see from the image above; the interface for entering data is simple and perfectly built for quick access and incredible ease of use. In addition to the other features that have been packed into this app; users also have access to built-in reference material via a group of online sources such as WebMD, Mayo Clinic, RX List and many others. This will be able to give end users the ability to search or reference from the source of their choice or compare the opinions of the different sources. You can also search for any sort of medical interactions or side effects that would happen if the wrong pills were mixed together.
Finally, the last big thing that this application can do is give users a listing of well recognized pharmacies in the US, Canada, and the UK. You have the ability to get help from the pharmacists and even links to each of the respective websites and gives you the ability to place the refill requests thru the website.
The developer has made a very large list of improvements that have been slated for the future releases of the application and has said that they will continue to improve the application and increase the features available.
There are two different versions of the app available; the regular version and a version dedicated to CF or Cystic Fibrosis. The developer has a close relationship with the CF community and wants to raise awareness of the condition with the CF version of the app.
If you are interested in purchasing this app for only $.99 head over to App World and check it out.