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Ten Year Anniversary for Transplant Patient, Now Has a Multi Functional Medical APP “My Blood Works” to Track What Everybody Should be Watching Health Wise

February 15, 2012

Kidney transplant patient of ten years and nine years of dialysis has the expertise to come up with “My Blood Works” for a multi-functional health tracker APP. He knows what users should be tracking, such as blood pressure, blood tests and a whole lot more.

(PRWEB) February 15, 2012

Who better to come up with an APP for tracking health than one who´s had three kidney transplants and nine years of dialysis over a fourteen year period, and ten years out of third transplant and knows what you need to watch and track. With the first two transplants being perfect matches, only to find out new technology for the third transplant shows they were not perfect matches. Out of this has come an APP that the medical establishment will applaud.

“My Blood Works” APP tracks blood pressure, pulse, plus height weight which have corresponding graphs. Blood tests get entered then users are able compare them to previous tests with ability to track as many blood values a user could want . Medications are easy to enter with a field for any details. Add as many medications as needed. Track all users appointments in “My Blood Works” APP along with emergency phone numbers that dial from that screen and not mixed up in one´s contact which can be in the hundreds. Keep your medical events and statistics listed with detail for later reference such as surgery dates, allergies, blood type and any other information a user would want stored in “My Blood ” APP.

All values in “My BloodWorks” are date stamped.

All information on “My Blood Works” is very easy to add.

All information within “My BloodWorks” is stored in the APP only. The developer nor any third party have access to “My BloodWorks” APP. Always consult a physician.

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