iMediCap app : an Android application for medication assistance
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This paper proposes an Android application, iMediCap, which would be a personal assistant on the patient’s smartphone. The application’s ecosystem can send discreet medication reminders, record logs and provide an alert if the medication has been exposed to extreme temperatures (e.g. a hot car) that could compromise the integrity of the medication and result in undesirable side effects or an ineffective treatment. In addition, if the treatment requires multiple medications, iMediCap-App can propose the optimum schedule. Furthermore, it provides drug related information and adherence related analytics on the app and through an interactive web-interface respectively.
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