Med Pal
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Med Pal

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Med Pal is the answer to people forgetting to take their medications and thus degrading their own health in this hectic life. People usually ignore the frequency and amount of medications prescribed by the doctors which eventually might cause more harm than good. It can be used by caregivers also to monitor their patients.

How to use it?

First of all add the medicine that you consume:

Adding of medicine to the schedule:
add <medicine-name>

Adding the amount of medicine to be taken:
I need to take 2 drops

Frequency of the medications:
i will be taking it every 3 dyas

Number of days for which it will be taken:
for 15 days

To check your today's schedule of meds:
what do i need to take today

To confirm that the medicine has been consumed:
took my <medicine name> today

To buy the amount of meds and list of meds on any date:
list off my meds for thirteenth august two thousand eighteen

To create a report of the missed meds and taken meds (Will help doctors and caregivers take precautions before taking any further steps):
give me a report for august 7 2018

To reset:
reset everything

DISCLAIMER: This tool does not provide medical advice, and is for informational and educational purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Call your doctor to receive medical advice. If you think you may have a medical emergency, please dial your local emergency response phone number.

UPDATE: Added API Gateway to serve data to lambda function from S3 for faster fetching of data.

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Supported Languages

English (AU), English (CA), English (GB), English (IN), English (US)

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Reviewed in Australia on 10 September 2018