A new application available at the App Store of Apple Inc. enables Multiple Sclerosis patients to better manage their care using an iPhone or iPod.
David Warden, owner of information technology consulting firm Elite Circle Computing in Mechanicsburg, Pa., and a Multiple Sclerosis patient, co-developed the application, called i-Inject. It enables patients to track their rotation of injection sites, set medication reminders, run reports on their medication inventories and use, and e-mail their physicians.
The application is available for $14.99. More information is available at i-inject.com.
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