What does the app do?
The app makes a digital voiding diary by recording drinks, pees and urine leaks. A digital diary overcomes many of the disadvantages of classical paper-based voiding diaries.
Who can use the app?
The app can be downloaded by consumers at home with an iPhone. Doctors can pre-install the app on a hospital-owned iPod-touch and lend that to their patients for 1 or more days.
What makes the app unique?
Data entry is a matter of a few clicks and can be done by anyone. The output is a spectacular infographics pdf-report, visualizing the user's water balance.
Invented by a professional urologist
Erich Taubert, urologist at the Slingeland Hospital (Doetinchem, The Netherlands), initiated the development of iP Voiding Diary. He felt that paper-based voiding diaries were difficult to handle for his patients and difficult to interpret for himself as a medical professional.
Built by a specialized app builder
Synappz Medical Apps (holding offices in Waardenburg, The Netherlands) translated the needs of doctor Taubert into an app that sets new standards in medical data collection and reporting. Synappz was recently nominated for eHealth Start-Up of the Year 2012 by the Doctors 2.0 Conference in Paris.
For consumers at home, iP Voiding Diary is their first aid in bladder problems.
For medical professionals, iP Voiding Diary is the new standard in voiding diaries.