- The app looks great and the developers have clearly spent time with the design of this app.
- It is intuitive but has a few nice extra touches with the graphics that makes it look particularly lovely.
- One of the most well thought-out medical app UI designs I’ve seen.
- Add photos of the wound
- Input patient demographic info and medical history
- Insert info about the wound itself – dressing, procedures, grading
- Handy reference library with info about wound staging and management
The detail really is endless – and you can choose which parts you want to fill in. Once it’s complete, the user can review a nice summary of the wound and the info they’ve entered.
For ED doctors, I can’t see the advantage to having all this documentation on your iPhone – clearly you will have to write this in the notes anyway so the next person can see it too. In fact, it is most useful if you are the only person seeing the patient, or you want to keep a log of patients that you have seen.
The most helpful part is the photo documentation – being able to look back at what a wound looked like last week and compare it is really helpful (although I can do this on my iPhone camera roll anyway).
- $20.99! Gulp. Although the design is great, I can’t see any particularly advanced features it offers to justify anywhere near this price.
Room for Improvement
- Reduce the price by at least 50%
- It crashed on me once when I tried to access the reference library (I’m sure this is a minor bug but should be repaired)