Keeps a log of your current medications, dosages, frequencies and last taken. Easily add new medications, record a dosage and make sure you don’t take any medication too early with this invaluable shortcut. I have tried to build this shortcut to allow you to keep track of any medication you need to take and to record the last dosage date and time. For each medication MedLog will capture and store in iCloud: Med - the name of the medication Freq - Hourly / Daily / Weekly / Monthly Type - Pill / Cream / Liquid Dose - how many mg / ml you need to take Each - how many mg / ml each tablet is Start - Date & Time of first dose Last - Date & Time of last recorded dose Lapsed - the number of minutes that must elapse between doses I hope that makes sense and if you have any suggestions for improvements please do leave feedback this page.
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Log my Water!
With Log My Water you can log your consumed drinks and synchronize them through the Health-App! At first you get an overview of your last entry, about the amount you drunk as well as at the time of your last entry. You will also get an overview of the total amount of drunken water for the day. You can then enter the amount of water you have drunk freely and synchronize it with the health app. Only the unit of the liquid (e.g. ml or oz) must or can be adjusted. Much thanks to /u/chefchip1965 on reddit for helping me out on this one!
[Diabetes - mmol/d] Register glucose and insuline in the health app dynamically. With reminders!
Important Note -> We start from the normal range of glucose between 3.9 and 9.4 mmol/d (If you want to modify that range, change the values in the shortcut) Use cases If your glucose at less than 3.9 mmol/d, record the glucose in the health app and skip a suggestion for you to take some carbohydrate for fast absorption and a reminder will be created so that after 15 minutes you check again the glucose level. It also proposes the option to send a wahtsapp message with vital information in case something could happen If your glucose is between 3.9 and 9.4 mmol/d is a normal glucose and register the corresponding value, giving the option to add some insulin (asking if it is a bolus or basal), in which case if added is also recorded and asked if it is you want to add a reminder to measure the levels again after 2 hours or not. If your glucose is above 9.4 mmol/d, it will warn you that the value is high and that you need to administer some insulin (it will ask you the amount and it will be assumed that it is of the bolus type) and add a reminder at 2 o'clock to recheck the levels. All actions performed in the shortcut are reflected in the health app The shortcut is immeasurably better but for what I need, for now I will leave it as it is currently. I hope you can give me ideas or suggestions on how to improve the shortcut. 🙂 I'll be happy to hear them 🙂