INR Tracker

A web-based, mobile-friendly tool for patients to track their warfarin doses, INR, diet and activity, and manage appointments.

INR Tracker By INRTracker LLC
Features
  • Web-based, mobile friendly
  • INR recording
  • Vitamin K food database
  • Education and information
  • Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism calculators
  • Discussion forum (not monitored by a health professional)

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Security and privacy Does the app:
  • collect medical information? Yes
  • require a login? Yes
  • have password protection? Yes
  • have a privacy policy? Yes (read more)
  • require internet access? Yes
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Cost Free

What does the app do?

INR Tracker in a web-based, online tool for people taking warfarin to track their INR, medication and appointments. It includes a food database so users can record their daily foods and drinks to find out how much vitamin K they are consuming. The app also has provision for recording other information such as weight, blood pressure, wellness, exercise, menstruation and temperature. Users can generate reports of their warfarin dose and INR results.

While this app has many useful features, an area of concern is the discussion forum that is not monitored by a health professional. For the complete app description, go to the app website or, for a more detailed review, see Reviews

PROS CONS 

✔ Can keep track of INR and warfarin doses/missed doses, activity and check which foods are high in vitamin K.

✘  US-based so some things might not be relevant or easy to convert to NZ lifestyles.

✘ The discussion board is not monitored by a health professional. 

Review details

Date of review: January 2020
Platform reviewed: Online

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