How to use Leten smartphone application to help you recover from an infection
An app for smartphones and tablets that lets users track their health status and get alerts when they’re sick or infected can be a lifesaver for people who don’t have access to medical care.
The app, Healow, is available in the Google Play store and Apple’s App Store.
It lets users log in to their smartphones, enter their health information and get a notification whenever they’re diagnosed with a condition called Leptospirosis.
The information, such as a patient’s age, gender and ethnicity, can then be linked to a physical diagnosis, and if it is correct, they’ll get an alert about their next step in treatment.
The application also shows a list of apps that offer preventive care to those who don, and alerts users when they are infected with Leptococcus aureus, or L. aureum, a type of bacteria that can cause severe infection.
“I’ve got the flu right now, I’m out of the hospital and I have a lot of anxiety,” said Scott McBride, a 41-year-old father of four who uses Healow to track his condition.
“It’s been the worst part of my day and my life right now.”
McBride is a physical therapist, but has been sick since last fall and is now in his final year of residency at a Colorado hospital.
He said he uses the app to track how much of his body he’s covered and how many times he’s been sick.
“There’s no way I would have had the time to do it without it,” he said.
“I don’t want to have to put myself through this again.
It’s definitely made a difference.”
McBearsons husband, a former employee of a medical facility, also uses the application.
He also said he’s not aware of anyone else using Healow.
“Healow is just great,” he told ESPN.
“It’s a great application.”
It can also be used to get alerts from health care workers or public health officials, McBride said.
The apps’ biggest problem, however, is the fact that it can’t be used on a smartphone.
That’s why the company says it plans to update the app with more advanced analytics capabilities next year.