FluFlu! Is a simple and intuitive application used to monitor a flu or any kind of disease using the registration of body temperatures, the intensity of the symptoms and the medicines you take. It is possible to visualize the graphic of the temperatures (with the connected medicines you take) and send that graphic to your doctor, via e-mail.
FluFlu! allows you to add the disease you want to monitor to a list, adding it by tapping “+” below on the right and by writing the name of the disease and of the ill person.
Automatically, a detail line of the body temperature will be created, but it is possible to add new contacts by tapping the “+” below on the right and choosing a new Temperature, Symptom, Medicine.
By adding a new detail of Temperature, it is possible to specify the degrees (Celsius or Fahrenheit). If the added detail is a Symptom, you can later specify its intensity on a scale from 1 to 5 (i.e. when you have a strong headache). If the detail correspond to a Medicine you take, you can specify the quantity by indicating the unity of measurement in the notes (i.e. two pills of painkiller).
The chart referring to a disease shows the figures in chronological order: for each detail it is possible to indicate the date and the time to which it refers.
You can erase every detail of a disease by tapping “edit” up on the right. If you cancel an entire disease, all the details referring to that disease will be erased. The cancellation is irreversible.
Below, there is the button to visualize the graphic of the trend of the body temperatures and of the moments of medicine assumption. The graphic can be sent to the doctor, via e-mail.
In the Settings, (tap on the button with gear shape below on the left), it is possible to indicate the e-mail of you doctor, change the temperature scale (Celsius or Fahrenheit) and the decimal separator you prefer (comma or dot).
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The application has been developed by Davide Troise (apps.troise.net) starting from an idea of Laurinz Babuin (bubble.obidigital.net) that has realized also the graphical part, and it was translated into Spanish and English by Martina Lunardelli (email@example.com).