The application provides support to individuals suffering from hyper- or hypotension in constant measurement of blood pressure.
Acquired data are presented in two ways:
- as a list of measurement results sorted by date, clearly indicating results exceeding the norm,
- graphically – as a line graph showing changes in blood pressure and heart rate.
The application provides functionality of printing data as a list or line graph in order to show the results to your doctor. The merits include also collecting measured results of your family: parents, spouse or children.
We can therefore assure you that with our application controlling of your blood pressure will be simple as never before!
Blood pressure can be tamed!
- Main Features -
The application allows data collecting for more than one person and there is no need of adding new user profile to the system. This functionality helps to control blood pressure of the individuals that are unable to do it themselves.
MEASUREMENTS LOGGING (TWO METHODS)
Enter and modify acquired measurement data either via modal window or fixed active window present under the measurements list.
MARKING OF MEASUREMENTS
Acquired measurement data are automatically analyzed by the application and properly marked, showing abnormal results in a clear way.
The collected data can be presented as a line graph, revealing changes of blood pressure and heart rate in a period of time.
Both measurement list and graphs can be printed and then shown to the doctor on your next visit.
MAX / MIN INFORMATION PANEL
The panel shows personal information and minimum / maximum values of measured blood pressure in the current month and the entire data collection.
FILTERING OF RESULTS
Easy filtering of results by year, month or blood pressure range (hypotension / optimal blood pressure / hypertension).
EXPORT DATA TO CSV FILE
Exporting of collected data into CSV files. This feature is very useful in case of data backup.
AN ATTRACTIVE AND INTUITIVE USER INTERFACE
- Contact -
We would like to keep our software quality on the very high level and we put a significant effort in quality and usability testing for every application we release. Please let us know if you find anything that can be improved even further.
E-mail: [email protected]
- Bug fixes
Most Helpful Reviews
Needs Many Changes - Does not display "AM" or "PM" correctly. The time is partially cut off below the viewing "tab" instead of appearing on one line. Does not print valuable time information of times BP was taken, (whether AM or PM) making information unusable for me. If printing in Black & White, the graph is pretty much unreadable. All the lines look basically the same, making a tangled difficult-to-follow mess. Would be better to have dashed, dotted, solid etc., for differentiating between Systolic, Diastolic, and Pulse when printed in B&W. The six colored "blob" (what is that symbol?) icons denoting high/low/good/bad BP readings are difficult to differentiate, or remember what they stand for, as they are not labeled on the interface except on mouse-over at top of App screen. "Birth Year" does not include a "Month" input. If you are born at the end of the year, you appear one year older for most of the year. Overall esthetics of the graphic design and interface look and feel awkward; not Mac-like. The icon for the app is unappealing and misleading (blood pressure involves many factors other than the heart).
More Reviews for Current Version
okay, but... - Preferences do not allow you to pick an alternate place to store data. Tried deleting one entry (line item) and wound up deleting two months worth of data. Still searching for a decent BP tracking system…
Better Date-Ranging Needed - I bought this in late November after my doctor noticed that there was a problem. The really valuable tool is the graph, since blood pressure does vary a lot. But in a week or so, it was December, and my only option was to choose "all" (months). So there were almost 11 months empty. Then came the New Year and there is no option at all that gives a graph from November through January. Since I submitted the first paragraph, there has been a new version, but the issue hasn't been addressed. In addition, I'll mention that my temperature was a bit elevated tonight, and so I decided to enter it (something I hadn't done before). The limit-checking made it impossible to enter a value in degrees Farenheit. I converted it to Celcius and was able to enter that just fine, but, of course, here in the U. S. of A., the number is meaningless.
Have to type in each blood pressure pair and date separately - Painful to add individual readings thru the interface, one at a time. Won't accept a text file.