5 Best Apps for Kidney Health
There are many Health Applications available today, unfortunately there are not many Health Apps for Kidney in general. Below you find the 5 best Apps for Kidneys that help you to monitor, manage and track your health condition.
Whether you want to make sure you stay below your maximum nutrient budget or you want to record your blood pressure measurements over a certain period of time. There are great applications for you to do this in an easy way.
Even a sophisticated guide for Dialysis clinics is among our selection.
MY FOOD COACH
My Food Coach is specially designed for people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), Diabetes or High Blood Pressure. You can use the My Food Coach to search for nutrition values of foods and create a customized meal plan based on your diet. Find food that meets your unique, personal dietary needs and store them in a personal library.
Another favorite feature of the app is that it gives you access to the latest news on kidney health. My Food Coach is provided by the National Kidney Foundation. This is among one of the best apps for kidney health.
Overall a great app. You can see this app contains the knowledge of specialized doctors and dietitians.
Fluid Control for Heart-Kidney Health
H2Overload is designed for everyone who has to monitor their fluid intake. Patients with Kidney Disease such as Chronic Kidney Failure or patients with Heart Disease might need to limit their daily fluids. This app helps you with a fluid tracker and a blood pressure tracker. Nutritional Tips and an appointment calendar round up the experience.
This App was developed by the National Kidney Foundation, which is the leading kidney health organization in the U.S.
- Tool to track your daily fluid intake, weight, and blood pressure.
- Alerts you if your blood pressure or weight reaches a level that requires notifying your healthcare provider.
- Provides helpful medical information about hyponatremia and related risk factors, symptoms and treatments.
Sodium One is a user friendly Sodium Counter app. Patients with High Blood Pressure or Chronic Kidney Disease can benefit from this app a lot. The App allows you to track water intake as well as exercise and weight history. The main focus of Sodium One however, is to manage your daily sodium allowance. The tracking is actually very accurate when it comes to calorie counts. A great extra is that this app does not require an internet connection.
- Food Library with 65,000 items, easy search by category
- Guide including 77 restaurants
- 250 Exercises
Sodium Tracking with daily Sodium Budget
- Water, Exercise, Calorie and Weight Tracking
- Nutrition facts
- Nice graphs showing tracking records
KidneyAPPetite™ is especially designed for patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) on dialysis. Patients can track their fluid intake and nutritients ,based on their nutrition plan.
It allows you to view daily intake for six key nutritional values: phosphorus, calcium, potassium, sodium, protein, and fluids. Additionally, you can also record calories and carbohydrates.
One of the features I like most is the integrated food diary. You can select your food choices from a food library with nutrition values. What makes this App different from others is that it allows you to add customized food. You simply add a food item by manually adding nutrients based on food labels on packaging.
Dialysis Finder identifies your location and lets you choose the nearest Dialysis Clinic. This is our top choice for apps for kidney patients on dialysis. It is amazing for planning Holidays. You can choose the location for vacation and search for the nearest US Dialysis Clinic.
You have access to facility information, driving directions and contact information. With over 5,500 Dialysis Clinics throughout the US this makes for a must have app for all Hemodialysis patients. Currently this is the only app on the market that offers this service, and is limited to the US.
- Over 5500 Dialysis Centers in US
- Direct call to the clinic through the app
- Accurate driving directions