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Medical Manager for Windows Mobile
Are you in some kind of treatment that requires you to take several medicines during the day? Then this application by XDA member deedee may be of your interest. Medical Manager will help you keep in order the bunch of pills you are taking to get better. It can log doctor’s appointments, option for multiple patients, surgeries, pharmacies and doctors. Once you place all the info on the app, it will be very easy to follow a long treatment or if you work as a nurse may be prove to be a good tool as well.
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Originally posted by deedee
[PROJ] Prescription Medicines Manager
This app is designed so that you can keep track of any medications you take on a regular basis.
When you last ordered a particular drug, how many you currently have to hand, which surgery the repeat was requested from and which pharmacy filled the prescription.
It is designed to be used for multiple patients, surgeries, pharmacies and doctors.
It was initially an Access database but I thought that migrating it to my PPC was a challenge I might be able to complete.
There will also be the ability to log doctor’s appointments as well, hopefully.
All data is currently stored in an SQL-CE database.
Attached is the v0.0.2 code that has the basics done and loads a dataset for patients and medications, surgeries and doctors to be done. For those without a dev environment but who want to see what is going on I have also attached the exe and a sample database. Screenshots to follow.
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