PainCatcher provides a tool for the patient to follow their perceived pain, which improves the interaction between the patient and the doctor.
Included in the service is a mobile application to use whenever needed and the desktop version where patients can login and see their history of how the reported pain has changed over time. The patients can also add details to their reports such as pinpointing where the pain was felt and what type of pain that was perceived. It is also easy to share their data with the doctor for future appointments.
The service is using a built-from-scratch API for storing sessions between the database and client. Using SVG animations, body built models and line charts together with a flat design the result was an overall slick looking patient site, alltoghether with mobile applications for iOS, Windows Phone and Android.
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