Blood Pressure - MyDiary

Blood Pressure - MyDiary


Track and analyse elevated blood pressure to reduce the risk of hypertension. The app does NOT measure the pressure.


You can easily store and analyse your blood pressure measurements. Use a blood pressure chart, statistics and summary to tackle hypertension. Results can be exported and printed or send directly to a doctor.


Import your existing data from the CSV format.


Top Features
 • Very easy to use
 • Save and edit your blood pressure measurements
 • See interactive charts and statistics
 • Filter the displayed data
 • Print reports or share the data by email
 • Define custom ranges for low and high blood pressure



Each Blood Pressure Record Contains
 • Systolic/Diastolic Pressure and Pulse
 • Date and Time
 • Comments / Description
 • Cuff location and body posture
 • Custom labels (tags) - track medicines, exercise and more



Export Data to a File or by Email
 • RTF report - like a PDF but can be edited in MS Word
 • XLS Excel Spreadsheet
 • Raw blood pressure data in CSV or XML



Default ranges for high blood pressure are consistent with the JNC-7 recommendations but can be customised.
User manual: http://bp.topappsfor.com/manual/



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Problems, ideas or questions? Contact: [email protected]

Recent changes:
Version 1.0.4
- Import existing data from CVS (even from other apps)
- Improved statistics (day of week, better graphs, trend lines and more)
- Better filters
- And more minor changes

Many thanks to everyone who commented or sent me an email with suggestions.

Version 1.0.3
- Filter for shown entries
- Weight tracking
- CSV and XML export

Version 1.0.2
- Allows move to SD card
- Translations
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About Blood Pressure - MyDiary
Track and analyse elevated blood pressure to reduce the risk of hypertension. The app does NOT measure the pressure.


You can easily store and analyse your blood pressure measurements. Use a blood pressure chart, statistics and summary to tackle hypertension. Results can be exported and printed or send directly to a doctor.


Import your existing data from the CSV format.


Top Features
 • Very easy to use
 • Save and edit your blood pressure measurements
 • See interactive charts and statistics
 • Filter the displayed data
 • Print reports or share the data by email
 • Define custom ranges for low and high blood pressure



Each Blood Pressure Record Contains
 • Systolic/Diastolic Pressure and Pulse
 • Date and Time
 • Comments / Description
 • Cuff location and body posture
 • Custom labels (tags) - track medicines, exercise and more



Export Data to a File or by Email
 • RTF report - like a PDF but can be edited in MS Word
 • XLS Excel Spreadsheet
 • Raw blood pressure data in CSV or XML



Default ranges for high blood pressure are consistent with the JNC-7 recommendations but can be customised.
User manual: http://bp.topappsfor.com/manual/



------------
Problems, ideas or questions? Contact: [email protected]

Recent changes:
Version 1.0.4
- Import existing data from CVS (even from other apps)
- Improved statistics (day of week, better graphs, trend lines and more)
- Better filters
- And more minor changes

Many thanks to everyone who commented or sent me an email with suggestions.

Version 1.0.3
- Filter for shown entries
- Weight tracking
- CSV and XML export

Version 1.0.2
- Allows move to SD card
- Translations

User reviews of Blood Pressure - MyDiary
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 2:38 PM
Great app Great for keeping on track.
A Google User
Saturday 12:50 AM
good App
A Google User
Thursday 3:33 PM
Confusing Morning readings get tallied as "afternoon". Night readings get tallied as "morning". (Category diagram) Also, the pressure 100/59 is considered hypotension even if it is in the green area (normal) of the reading distribution diagram (using default BP category ranges). If that's the case, the green area should just be a rectangle, not an inverted L ahape.
A Google User
Jan 25, 2015
Does what it says Very nice ap
A Google User
Jan 24, 2015
Super