Patients with rheumatism, rheumatologists and physiotherapists.
Tying shoelaces, brushing teeth, turning on a tap…..these everyday actions can be very problematic for those who suffer from rheumatism. Even taking medication and carrying out exercises can become a serious challenge. Certain patients opt to keep a diary but these are often rather incomplete.
Provide rheumatism sufferers with a tool to help them regain some control over their
- The patient can keep track of how he/she feels (happy, tired, pain, energy).
- The patient can indicate what made him/her feel proud (positive reinforcement) and what he/she felt less good about.
- Taken medicines can be recorded in a list and an overview of the medicines that need to be taken on a day-by-day basis is provided.
- An agenda function helps patients keep track of their important appointments.
- Findings are graphically reported; these can be easily shared with the healthcare provider.
- All results are displayed on one timeline, thereby providing a clear overview of the course of