MedTrakker Introduces Diabetes Trakker, A Personal Medical Record That Empowers Patients To Take Control Of Their Health And Treatment
Managing Diabetes is extremely important to avoid complications that can develop. If not properly monitored and regulated, Diabetes can cause blindness and glaucoma, severe nerve damage (neuropathy), kidney failure and in some cases, amputations of the toe, foot and leg. With MedTrakker personal medical record keeper for Diabetes, by Author Amber Bowden, a patient can have their complete medical history at their fingertips to help try and avoid complications.
Winchester, VA (PRWEB) June 29, 2012
MedTrakker has an easy to use personal medical record keeper to help manage Diabetes. Patients with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes can have everything pertaining to their medical care right at their fingertips. Not only can Diabetes Trakker help inform patients about potential health hazards associated with their disease but it can also explain many complications that can be a result of this disease such as severe nerve damage (neuropathy), glaucoma, blindness, kidney failure and in more severe cases, toe, foot and leg amputations. With this personal medical record keeper by MedTrakker patients with Diabetes can now take control over their care and treatment.
“I found there were so many things I should be monitoring that could make the effects of my husbands Diabetes worse, Diabetes Trakker made it easier for me to help him stay as healthy as possible” said Author Amber Bowden. The more informed a patient or a caregiver is, the more effective treatment becomes. With Diabetes Trakker there are sections for recording medical history, personal contacts, surgical histories, health and nutrition, medications, immunization dates, medical devices, blood pressure levels, appointments and so much more.
It’s important to learn about the risk factors associated with diabetes and how to avoid complications, when to start diabetes screening, and conditions that can develop as a result of diabetes and how to treat them. Diabetes Trakker personal medical record keeper has a section to keep a daily food diary, a weight record and a daily exercise log for patients to monitor physical condition and maintain the best possible health at all times.
Not only does Diabetes Trakker have a place to record appointments, information about medications, side effects and benefits, log tests and procedures, manage blood glucose testing and isulin records, dialysis regimens but it also has a section to record life matters. The last thing a husband or wife needs is to have to track down out all the personal information only the patient knows, such as the locations of bank accounts, safe deposit boxes, insurance policy info, automobile titles, birth and death certificates, power of attorney, divorce papers, last will and testament, and important contacts, such as lawyers, family physician, funeral home, cemetery plot information, executor, stock brokers, etc. All this information is crucial and if it’s all in one place, an already stressful situation can be lessened quite a bit especially when the number one focus should be care, not worrying about record keeping details.
In addition Diabetes Trakker provides a place for medical provider comments, and a large section to record insurance information. Anyone who has been involved with a chronic illness understands that insurance can be one of the most frustrating parts of medical care. There are so many variables when dis-ciphering covered and non-covered procedures. There are insurance tips and pages to record discussions with insurance agents and a place to take notes for future reference. This personal medical record keeper stands out among all the rest.
You can find Diabetes Medical Record Organizer exclusively online at MedTrakker.com. Author Amber Bowden is available for speaking events, book signings and expert quotes and can be reached at [Linkedin and on Twitter to answer further questions regarding the whole family of MedTrakker Personal Medical Record Organizers.
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