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Hypermunes Pregnancy Wheel

Hypermunes Pregnancy Wheel
  • #: 201869
  • Price: free ($0.00) In Apple Store
  • Category: Medical
  • Updated: 2010-03-26
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • 1.0
  • Size: 1.10 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: iMed Studios
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
  • © 2010 Talecris Biotherapeutics
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The Hypermunes Pregnancy Wheel App is an interactive pregnancy calculator and resource designed to be a quick, easy-to-use reference for on-the-go healthcare providers. Based on user input, the Wheel provides numerous calculations: expected delivery date, key trimester milestone dates, and a running tally of expected fetal statistics such as age, length, and weight. The Wheel also includes information about routine tests that are given during pregnancy, when these tests commonly occur, along with descriptions of the tests and why they are performed.

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Rated 1/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


0/5 stars

Free and Beautiful but Worthless

This app is a beautiful work of art and an impressive demonstration of programming, that no healthcare professional over 30 will ever use. The "U" in UI seems to have been forgotten in favor of something pleasing to the eye at the expense of how it will actually be used in practice.

When picking dates with the wheel, the actual date is a gray-blue against a dark blue background which is barely readable, especially since it is almost microscopic. I counted, and of all the pixels in the screen, the date display accounts for only 1.3% of the screen. If you can't read the micro-dates (the entire point of the wheel in the first place), you might as well stick with the cardboard wheel in your pocket.

0/5 stars

Be very careful

In my opinion, this program has nice graphics but the info is not accurate.

Most OBs, and I am one, use the acronym LMP to represent 1st day of last period and not " last missed period". This can become confusing to someone not paying attention and may even cause nasty clinical errors.

The author also says cells from amniocentesis can detect NTD. WRONG. Cells are used for down syndrome detection and not NTD, although assessing the fluid from Amnio, not the cells, helps in NTD detection.

5/5 stars

Most like a physical wheel

This wheel is the most like a cardboard wheel I've seen so far. It actually spins like a physical wheel would, which is a nice touch. I like that. It also lists many common tests and provides descriptions of them, which will make it a handy reference to share with patients. Most wheels (cardboard or digital) do not provide those details. The mailing feature that allows me to mail status info from the wheel to myself or to someone else is a good add to a traditional wheel too. I can see using that on a regular basis. And finally, the fact that this app is free is wonderful.


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