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Pain Tracker & Diary

Pain Tracker & Diary by Nanolume®

Pain Tracker & Diary by Nanolume®

Pain Tracker & Diary

by Nanolume, LLC
Pain Tracker & Diary
Pain Tracker & Diary
Pain Tracker & Diary
FREE in the App Store

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Pain Tracker & Diary by Nanolume®

Pain Tracker & Diary

App Details

Medical Health & Fitness
Last updated
December 14, 2017
Release date
September 19, 2014
More info

Pain Tracker & Diary is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $2.99

    Unlimited Diary Entries

  • $1.99

    Copy and Edit a Previous Pain Entry

  • $1.99

    Custom Pain Types

  • $2.99


  • $3.99

    Interactive Summary & Animation

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Pain Tracker & Diary by Nanolume®
"Created for patients who want to show others the severe types of pain they are living with every day."

Now you can distinctly track, map, and monitor not only the intensity, but also the pattern and extent of spread, of at least 12 uniquely different types of pain on your mobile device, using PATENT-PENDING technology.

When you are suffering with severe pain, you want to enable others to see exactly what you are living with every day.

Tracking your pain is important in treating your pain. When your healthcare providers can see and understand exactly how your pain changes over time, trends can emerge that might otherwise go unnoticed.

Pain is a complex sensation that can constantly change with varying intensities, textures, locations, and patterns of spread. This is especially true for individuals who suffer with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), a/k/a Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD).

Nanolume®, the interactive pain-tracking diary, makes it easy for you to track, analyze, and map up to twelve individually distinct types of pain every day. By more completely knowing what types of pain a person is suffering with, such knowledge can be used to help develop a more accurate diagnosis and/or treatment plan.

Healthcare professionals consider pain to be the 5th vital sign, along with blood pressure, heart rate, ventilation rate, and temperature. While the first 4 vital signs are objective findings that can be easily measured with tools that don’t require patient-based descriptions or explanations, the 5th vital sign is different.

Pain is a subjective – not objective – vital sign; it cannot be directly measured. Its assessment relies on the ability of the sufferer to be able to understand and completely describe what he or she feels.

This pain diary allows you to better communicate your pain so your healthcare team can treat you and follow your progress based on the most accurate and complete pain-related information you can offer them.

- Create up to 10 pain diary entries for free with the demo.
- Choose up to at least 12 different pain types for each entry.
- Choose an intensity of each pain type.
- Map the location of each pain type.
- Show where each unique pain-type layer exists on your body.
- Show all layers at the same time to see how each layer contributes to complexity of what you feel every day.
- Add notes.
- Go back and recreate a record of the pain you remember from the past
- App estimates the percentage of body surface area covered with each type of pain.
- View a summary of trends in 'Charts'.
- Upgrade to include: 'Unlimited Pain Entries', 'Copy/Edit', Numbness', 'Custom Pain Types' and 'Interactive Summary & Animation'.

- Aching – A dull, heavy, hurting-type of soreness.
- Allodynia – An unusual skin-sensitivity to light-touch or vibrations that causes severe pain.
- Burning – A fiery, blistering, broiling, or searing pain.
- Cutting – A sharp, tearing or lacerating pain.
- Freezing – A shivering, bone-chilling or ice-cold sensation.
- Shooting – A flash of pain that travels across or down a body region.
- Squeezing – A cramping, gripping, spasms-type of pain.
- Stabbing – A sharp, penetrating, knife-like pain.
- Stiffness – An inability to move a joint or muscle due to tightness or poor flexibility.
- Stinging – A sharp, pinching, pins-and-needles pain.
- Stretching – A pulling, twisting, tugging pain.
- Throbbing – A beating, pounding or pulsing pain.
- Tingling – A bug-crawling or repetitive tapping sensation.

Data is stored locally on each device and is NOT collected or stored by Nanolume®, LLC.


Copyright © 2014-2017 Nanolume® LLC. All rights reserved. Patent Pending.