Managing your Anticoagulants

By rob.cleaton Latest Reply 2012-04-29 22:53:40 -0500
Started 2012-04-25 10:25:15 -0500


I'm delighted to join the community. I'm 27 and had a Aortic valve replacement last summer and now on a prescription of warfarin lifelong.

From my experiences I have created an iPhone App to help others monitor and control their anticoagulants and would love to share it with you guys.

The app is called OATBook and I have a few promo codes to anyone who contacts me or tweets me @oatbook.


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rob.cleaton 2012-04-26 02:46:36 -0500 Report

Thanks HeartHawk,

As I mentioned I had a aortic valve replacement last summer and now to live on warfarin lifelong.

Initially I found it very difficult to keep on top of my meds, my INR was up and down, my dosages where different each day and irregular appointments were common. This is the reason for me developing the OATBook App, it helps me store all this information together in one place.

I am now self testing and using the App to not let this condition consumer more of my life and regain independence.

I have a few promo codes I would love to share and help people in a similar condition.


HeartHawk 2012-04-29 22:53:40 -0500 Report


Well, this would be the place place to post them as well as any instructions on use. Perhaps you could share the basic theory of operation for the ap with us.


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